Posts Tagged ‘Poland’

ACMA India delegation visited Hungary 2019.

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“A delegation of Automotive Component Manufacturer’s Association (ACMA) visited Hungary on 5th February 2019. During their stay they had a meeting with H.E. Ambassador Kumar Tuhin at the Embassy of India. Then the delegation visited the Hungarian Parliament and had a meeting with Mr. Péter Cseresnyés, President of the Hungarian-Indian Parliamentary Friendship Group, followed by a guided tour in the building. Thereafter, they had a B2B Meeting organized at the Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency. On this occasion the delegation also signed a Letter of Intent with the Hungarian Automotive Component Manufacturers Association.” (Embassy News)

A “Networking Seminar” took place at the Budapest’s Marriott Hotel organized by the India Embassy ended the day with the presence of H.E. Ambassador Kumar Tuhin –  Embassy of India, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Ministry for Innovation and Technology – Péter Cseresnyés, Dénes Szabó -Major of Nagykanizsa and a body of 10 professional leaders from Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA). The auto component leaders of tomorrow said the automotive market is witnessing rapid technological transformation, therefore to fulfill further required needs,  their visit is looking for technological whereabouts, where both countries can implement. At the meeting was present the major of Nagykanizsa, who talked about the possibilities and the intellectual capacities of the region.  It was also said by president of ACMA Mr.Ram Venkataramami their study visit to Hungary is mainly collecting market data and the whereabouts in the territory of Hungary to assess the possibilities to establish a base for ACMA here in Central Europe where in the future production of the required components are feasible. Also added that in Hungary, Poland and Slovakia gaining overall information will be forward to the 633 members to the association and they will evaluate and decide on the future. It was also said to keep in mind that in a little over a decade or two from now digital technologies will make up hold the value of an automobile. Mechanical complements will give way to electrical, electronic and digital systems presenting new opportunities to both incumbents firms and new entrants. The consumer will ultimately benefit with a range of choices hitherto unseen in the industry…Exciting times are ahead.

Beside visiting Hungary, the group had visited in the same theme Poland and will head from Hungary to Slovakia to assess the opportunities.

Update and snaps Aggie Reiter

Royal Moscow Ballet – „Swan Lake” – Erkel Theater – Budapest

Erkel Theater

District, VIII., 30. Pope John Paul II. Square – Budapest (II. János Pál pápa tér 30.)

The most popular of all Classical Ballets – „Swan Lake” will be drifting to Budapest on  Monday, December, 3. 2018 by the well-known superb Royal Moscow Ballet dancers, demonstrating their continuing quality of dance and performances in dramatic production of this timeless favorite set of Tchaikovsky’s superb score. Tchaikovsky’s world-famous piece was directed by Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov and Anatoly Emelianov. Originally presented, with choreography by Julius Reisinger – Bolshoi Theater, Moscow – March, 4. 1877 but superseded by a new choreographic version by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov  – Maryinsky Theater, St. Petersburg – February, 8. 1895 and subsequently established as one of the masterpieces of ballet.

The famous Act II of Swan Lake, choreographed by Lev Ivanov as part of a memorial tribute to Tchaikovsky who had went ahead the year before.

This legendary piece is a dream to come true to the ballet dancers to perform on stage and almost every ballet company in the world it in their in repertoire.

The famous Moscow Ballet of Classical Choreography was founded in 1990, with ballet dancers from the leading theaters of the CIS Countries and the Bolshoi, Kirov and Ballet Theater of Kiev and Odessa.

The company developed by Anatoly Emelianov and their first performance was held on August 12, 2002 – the show was attended by illustrious guests.  On their 10th anniversary of the dance group was already over 20 modern and 15 classical ballet performances on stage, which Anatoly Emelianov choreographed.

Since its establishment, the company has toured around the world to countries, such as: France, Switzerland, Poland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Ireland, Germany, but also performed in Israel, in the Canary Islands, China, Korea, Japan, Malta and Sri Lanka where the audience greeted the performances with huge ovation.

Tickets Theater’s Box Office.

Update: Aggie Reiter

Central Market Hall – National Days – Poland – Budapest

Guest Poland

September, 25 – 27. 2018

Tuesday-Thursday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Central Market Hall has traditionally held the “National Days” of many nations over the years

Local and foreigner visitors will be introduced customs and traditions, also can see the products of the famous Polish handicraft, introduced by Cepelia, the folk art association of Poland. Products made of leather, fur, amber, silver jewellery, handmade Boleslawiec ceramic products, wooden toys, special Polish children shoes, textiles for kids’ room and cotton bedding will be introduced, as well. A real Polish 3 days atmosphere with folk music.

Within the 3days planning your trip to Poland, get information about the coming season …  wintry journey as it brings you close to the warm heart of Poland’s long-standing customs.

At the venue taste of Poland cold cuts, extraordinary honey products and special types of wheat brought by the Rol-Apis-Bud company.

Update Aggie Reiter

First Hungarian and International Craft Breweries on the Spot – Beer Week Budapest 2018.

We are talking about one of the most popular drinks today!

Mark the date and roll over to the tasting days…

May, 25-26. 2018.

Dürer Kert (Durer Garden)

District, XIV., 19-21  Ajtósi Dürer sor (lane)

Though Hungary was/is rather a vine-producing than a beer brewer country, but for some time the growing of craft breweries open the door for  beer lovers and soon at  the 1st. International  Beer Festival with local breweries as well they personally will tap the visitors their craft beers. The craft beers are becoming more-and-more popular and  especially reaching the warmth  of the season the heights will grow and coming up somewhere and often at beer festival will be ready to ease the thirst.

On the 25th and 26th of May the atmosphere of high-edge beer festival comes to Budapest for the tasting at the BPBW Beer Week in Budapest 2018. What makes this event special is not only the rare and hard to get these beers to shop, but also a unique occasion where the brewers from all around the globe coming over on the spot to Budapest.

In the Scandinavian countries similar festivals are being held for many years now while the UK and the Baltic regions are busy to join in but in this area this will be the first of its kind. MBCC, Brewskival, Beavertown, Tallinn Craft Beer Week just to name a few of these names that say a lot for many, but nothing for most of the Budapest beer drinkers. For them it’s described an event somewhere to be in between a rock’n’roll show and a beer fest. The visitors get the chance to meet with the stars of the scene, then have a beer with them. The craft beer brewers are the new rock stars anyway as many say … “We’d like to think that the Hungarian craft beer has grown up and we would like the international spotlight to shine on it, to make sure people are not only visiting Beer Week in Budapest because the previously mentioned festivals are being almost immediately sold out, but also for the beauty of our beloved the city and also its vivid beer scene.”

BPBW Beer Week In Budapest means the largest craft beer event ever held in the region, unlimited tasting sessions for 6 hours of 160 different craft beers of more than 40 international breweries from 16 countries for 2 days at Dürer Kert (Durer Garden) in Budapest . Join personally the groove  and enjoy the Hungarian  and International line of craft beers, as the brewers tap your pint.  The so-called “liquid bread”  officially will blow after parties with 2 live music stages on both nights, plus additional events all week-long (tap takeovers, meet the brewer events, industry meetings) all across the city.

“Come for the tastings sessions, stay for the week!” – join us in Budapest with our favorite international and beloved Hungarian craft beer breweries, let’s make a hell of a party in the name of quality beers!

The list of international breweries to participate: 18th STREET BREWING United States, AF BREW Russia, AMAGER BRYGHUS Denmark, BAKUNIN BREWERY Russia, BEVOG Austria, BIRRIFICIO DEL DUCATO Italy, BREWDOG Scotland, BREWDOG OVERWORKS Scotland, BROUWERIJ DE MOLEN The Netherlands, BROWAR GOLEM Poland, CERVESES LA PIRATA Catalonia, EDGE BREWING CO. Catalonia, JESTER KING BREWERY United States, LERVIG Norway, MAGIC ROCK BREWING CO United Kingdom, MALMÖ BREWING CO Sweden, MIKROFONBRYGGERIET Sweden, MOOR BEER United Kingdom, MYKONOS BREWING COMPANY Greece, PIPEWORKS BREWING United States, PÕHJALA Estonia, POPPELS BRYGGERI Sweden, POST SCRIPTUM BREWERY Portugal, PYYNIKIN Finland, SIGNATURE BREW United Kingdom, TEMPEST BREWING CO. Scotland, THE GARDEN BREWERY Croatia, TO ØL Denmark, UILTJE BREWING COMPANY, The Netherlands, WILD BEER CO. United Kingdom

The list of Hungarian breweries to discover: ARMANDO_OTCHOA, BALKEZES, GÓLEM SÖR, HOPTOP BREWERY, HORIZONT BREWING, MAD SCIENTIST, MONYO BREWING CO., REKETYE BREWING CO., TUFFBUZZ.

Press release by the BPBW

Update Aggie Reiter

The 33rd International Palace Games at Visegrád – 2017.

International Palace Games at Visegrád – 2017.

July, 7 – 9. 2017.

Hungary’s largest celebration event at the unique and credible historical environment indeed will be showing a slice of Hungary’s medieval history, commemorating for 33 years. Replaying the 1335 Visegrád kings meeting, when Róbert Károly called the Czech and Polish rulers to the courthouse where was held a huge celebration with medieval dances for the guests and their entourage. This was one of the most important events of medieval Europe.

Calling Hungarians and foreigners to travel back in time for almost 700 years, as around 1,000 people from almost 10 countries in Europe dressed in traditional costumes appear at Visegrád. During the three days kings, battlefields, street comedians and dancers overwhelming the streets. The event also holds three different international tournaments, which will be held 10 times during the festival’s 3 days in the original course of the Royal Palace. On horseback tournaments, Europe’s best traditions show battle scenes, horse and pedestrian battles, falconer and archery shows, dance shows, and also traditional canals such as costume archery and live racing. In addition to the knights tournaments, there are more than 100 programs in the city that await visitors during the event. On the open-air stage, era’s music concerts, medieval dance shows, comedy shows and a children’s puppet theater are waiting for the audience between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. every day, and handicraft fair with more than 100 merchants ont he spot. Throughout the day, street enthusiasts and comedians entertain the guests all day, and as in the past, they will also be able to showcase craftsmen’s shows. On Friday and Saturday, after the evening torch tournaments, the Royal Wine Yard will host a party at 2 p.m., where concerts and dancing parties await guests. The V4 street, where the countries of the Visegrád Co-operation are presenting themselves, promise to be a specialty in the cozy piano line.

Visitors with only one ticket can enter and view the exhibitions at the Royal Palace and the Solomon’s Tower, the colorful programs taking place there, and the programs of the Wine Yard’s open-air stage, the fair and the city park. To the knights tournaments need to have a special entry ticket.

Visitors can enjoy a number of ticket discounts: ticket sales and tickets for knight tournaments as well as pre-announced group ticket purchasers are provided free of charge by day-ticket organizers. The same is true of those who wish to travel by on boat to Visegrád can take an excursion boat on the River  Danube to the International Palace Games of Visegrád (any three days). During the festival there will be free parking in the city area, but keep in mind those interested to visit the venue better to arrive early.

The International Visegrád Palace Games were held for the first time in 1985. Today, the festival has become to be a massive performance, attracting international attention to the most important historical sites of Hungarian culture and European culture. In the history of the festival, it is an important milestone that the Royal Heritage of Visegrád was awarded the European Heritage title in 2009 as one of the most important historical monuments. The prize is a priority in European history that has played a prominent role in the European dimension of buildings, memorials and cultural goods. In 2015, the International Festival of Visegráds won the EFFE (Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe) award for the best festivals in the European Union’s most important cultural and artistic event. Performers from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Germany, Serbia, Slovenia, Austria, Transylvania and Russia will attend the event. According to surveys for tourism, the festival is the second best known attraction in Visegrád. The Visegrád International Fireworks is organized by Pro Visegrád Cultural Service Provider Nonprofit Ltd. The main sponsors of the event are: International Visegrad Fund, National cultural Fund, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Affairs, OTP Bank Ltd., Gambling Nonprofit Kft.

For a detailed program of Visegrád International Palace Games and ticket information,  visit http://www.palotajatekok.hu

Update Aggie Reiter

Scott Bradlee’s – Post Modern Jukebox in Budapest – 2016.

images PJB May, 27 Budapest 1

Ready for a musical tour?

Get into the mood … get into feeling PMJ retro music.

Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox – British team is on a European tour and after Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany coming to Hungary on Friday, May, 27. at 8 p.mMoM Culture Center – District, XII.,  14-16 Csörsz Street – Budapest. From Hungary off to Romania and Bulgaria to give the audience their magical show.

The American musician, pianist, composer and arranger Scott Bradlee already is known for his viral videos. Postmodern Jukebox are a rotating group of musicians producing alternate variations of pop songs in a blend of cool jazz, soul songs, ragtime and within their program will bring alive swing, classics tunes from the ’20s and ’50s all delivered in a „groovy swingin style”. Their music blurs the boundaries between the generations and will catch those ears who are not too comfy within the pop forms.

Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox group are bringing an excellent set of tunes mixed in their own way of idiom. The PMJ are still relatively somehow unknown, this will be their first European tour and most probably will gain more-and-more fans.

During their show an overall of 40 musicians will exchange the stage and a small big band will join them on stage and audience will feel the spell of being at the end of the last century.

A stellar performance will be on stage and if you are lucky enough… get yourself to their show!

Tickets are already on sale on the spot or through reservation at:

http://www.eventim.hu/en/tickets/scott-bradlees-postmodern-jukebox-budapest-mom-sport-422829/event.html?

Update by  Aggie Reiter

Imaging Korea – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts – 2016.

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Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

District, VI., 103. Andrássy Road – Budapest

May, 6. –August, 28. 2016.

The sculptures are made by sculptors hand figment … these photos are taken seen by the eye, which are creations of places, people, buildings to be seen at the garden and inside the Ferenc Hopp Museums by the visitors.

The first station to the traveling exhibition arrived in Budapest.  The press representatives were to see the exhibition before the official opening welcomed  by SEOK Jaehyun – Curator – Professor of Daegu Future College, and the Korean photographers KANG Woongu,  KWON Taegyun, KIM Jungman, PARK Jongwoo, LEE Gapchul, CHO Daeyeon, SEO Heunkang telling the story of Korea.  The touring exhibition begins at Budapest – Hungary, also will be presented in six other European countries, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Kazakhstan, Spain, and  naturally in Korea.

The Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts was founded by Ferenc Hopp (1833-1919). He was a former wealthy optician, world traveller, art patron and art collector. The museum displays his own Oriental collection, which numbered 4000 items, containing Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Tiberian and Mongolian statues, paintings, ceramics, sculptures, embroideries. To-day, there are over 20000 items out on display, with an emphasis on medieval Japanese arts and Chinese bronze and porcelain items. Ferenc Hopp’s mansion is used as a temporary exhibition hall for Eastern arts.

Enjoy the „IMAGING KOREA -Beyond the People, Land and Time” snaps taken at the venue and having interest, mark a date in your calender to hit the road to  the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts.

Opening hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Ticket prices:

1000HUF – Full price (adult)

500HUF – Student ticket (age 6-26), pensioner’s ticket (age 62-70

2300HUF – Family ticket (2 adults and their children)

500HUF – Photo ticket

3000HUF – Video ticket

Update and snaps by Aggie Reiter