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Partitúra Live – Pannonhalma

Partitúra Live – Pannonhalma

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2023/01/17
19:00 - 20:30
Lecture hall
Type:
Educational
Program series
Special programs
Genre:
Junior/family
Classical/Contemporary
House of Music Hungary production

lecturer
András Batta
lecturer
Erika Miklósa
lecturer
Péter Novák
GUESTS:
Konrád Dejcsics
Zsolt Liptai
piano
Fülöp Ránki
jazz guitar
Mátyás Papp Mukunda

Partitúra Live – Pannonhalma

It is a bridge between East and West, where they believe in the power of common thinking, and are on a mission to represent unity and keep culture alive: they also organise an arts festival where contemporary art, literature, music and spirituality go hand in hand. Dialogue, faith, and a vibrant community life: the spirit that makes Pannonhalma Benedictine High School one of the best high schools to date, and Pannonhalma one of the most open 'closed' communities of Benedictine monks. For one evening, the magical spirit of Pannonhalma will move to the Hungarian House of Music. The language of the event is Hungarian.

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3 000 Ft
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The popular Duna TV show "Partitúra" has been running for five years, with seventy-five broadcasts from at least a hundred locations to its credit. For the creators: presenters Erika Miklósa and András Batta, director Peter Novák and chief cameraman András Horváth, the goal from the outset was to discover the cultural world of Hungary outside the capital. Music, sport, spirituality, environment, equal opportunities... were just some of the keywords of the series: All the things that make us human. Meanwhile, the crew got to know some fascinating personalities without whom the spiritual life of Hungarian villages and regions would be empty and poor. Renowned or anonymous heroes who have shaped and inspired communities with goals and values that stand out among the average of the day. Meeting them was heart warming. In our series, we would like to share our memories and enrich our experiences with new encounters in the form of informal conversations and music. The language of the event is Hungarian.

2023/01/17 - 2023/04/11

According to current regulations, from March 7, 2022, it is no longer obligatory to wear a mask when visiting the House of Music Hungary. Concerts, programs and exhibitions can be attended without a vaccination certificate or card.

Nevertheless we still encourage you to wear a mask during concerts. All current rules are subject to change based on the all-time rules and regulations of the government. We kindly ask you to check all current regulations for your event on our website before your visit in each case.