Budapest Advent and Christmas Fair in Vörösmarty Square

12th  November 19h  singer: Sturch Noémi
26th November 19h  singer: Sturch Noémi
11th  December 19h   singer: Navratil Andrea

 

Masters of Folk Art – Awards Ceremony

Festival of Folk Arts
Buda Castle – Savoyai terasz

Népművészet Mesterei díjátadó

Valley of Arts Festival – KAPOLCS

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Barn-Fest, Kiscsősz

“Melegföldvár” Concert in Kiscsősz (Somló region), in Gyöngyi’s Barn

Singers : Szilágyi Anna, Navratil Andrea, Sturcz Noémi
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Carpathian Basin Hungarian Folk Music Festival

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Shows in april

Göd, Búzaszem School – 18 h.
Budapest, Fonó Budai Zeneház (Stregova u. 3.) – 19h
Tihany, Bencés Iskola – 18 h.
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Music of Melegföldvár – National Táncház Festival and Fair

Papp László Budapest Sport Arena – Lajtha Chamber hall
Singers: SZILÁGYI Anna, LAPOHOS Róza, KOSZTA Enikő (from Melegföldvár)
NAVRATIL Andrea, STURCZ Noémi
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Concerts in January

Piliscsaba town
27th January 2017.  18h
Páduai Szent Antal Iskola.  2081 Piliscsaba, Béla király út 72.

Keszthely city
28th January 2017.  18h
Helyőrségi Művelődési Központ (HEMO) Keszthely, Kossuth L. u. 69.

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Concert in Tihany

Tihanyi Bencés Iskola
Tihany, Csokonai street. 73.
Singers: Navratil Andrea, Sturcz Noémi
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Eszterlánc Ensemble feat. Mihály Dresch – Liszt Academy of music

The Liszt Academy of Music, Concert Centre
H-1061 Budapest
Liszt Ferenc tér 8.

Mihály Dresch (fuhun, saxophone); Anna Szilágyi, Andrea Navratil, Noémi Sturcz (vocals)Eszterlánc Ensemble: Attila Mihó (violin); Dénes Juhász (violin, recorder); Attila Császár (viola); Róbert Liber (double bass)

Eszterlánc is a string group that developed along the lines of old peasant bands. Its repertoire mainly draws on traditional folk music of the Transylvanian Plain (Mezőség). Mezőség singers and musicians are frequently invited to join them in concerts and recordings. The driving force and permanent member of the formation (established: 1998) is Attila Császár, who always has a good ear for selecting his companions from those who are most intimate with the musical traditions of this part of the world. Recorder player and saxophonist Mihály Dresch is a regular guest musician of the band and has featured on several Eszterlánc albums already. Through his instruments Dresch takes hold of the music of the Transylvanian landscape with such naturalness that, based on these recordings, music ethnographers of the next century may ponder deeply before making hard and fast statements about musical authenticity.

Organizer:Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets: HUF 1 900, 2 500

 http://zeneakademia.jegy.hu/program/eszterlanc-egyuttes-feat-dresch-mihaly-akusztikus-autentikus-64134/311326?lang=en