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CONDEMNED TO LIVE film screening

On the occasion of the Hungarian National Day for the Victims of Communism (February 25th) the Balassi Institute – Hungarian Cultural Center in New York, together with the Owner Organizations of the Hungarian House of New York: the American Hungarian Library and Historical Society, the Hungarian Scout Associations in Exteris, and the Széchenyi István Society organized…

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Bóbita Santa Claus Celebration 2017

Dear Parents! The Hungarian House of New York, together with the Arany János Hungarian School and the Hungarian Scout Troops, would like to invite all children to the Bóbita Santa Celebration! Besides exciting arts and craft activities and Hungarian folk dances for kids, Santa Claus will visit us! Please, register…

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Kaláka concert

On 21 October, 2017 the famous Hungarian folk music band, Kaláka visited the Hungarian House of New York and gave two concerts in one day. First, they performed for school children at the end of the Hungarian School located in the Hungarian House, then came back for a longer concert…

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II. Hungarian Heritage Festival

Twenty three artists were traveling from Hungary to help create a festive traditional market atmosphere at the Hungarian House of New York in September during the 3 day long festival with many interactive workshops based on Hungarian traditional arts and crafts. The street fair was located on 82nd street between 2nd…

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Screening of Oscar-winning Son of Saul

The Balassi Institute – Hungarian Cultural Center, the Hungarian House of New York, and the American Hungarian Library and Historical Society screened first in Hungarian Son of Saul, Golden Globe- and Oscar winning Hungarian movie about the Holocaust. The screening was followed by public discussion with leading actor Géza Röhrig….

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Good Friday: Traditional Easter Egg Decoration

The Hungarian House of New York organized a traditional Easter egg decorating workshop on Good Friday. Dyeing and decorating eggs have a long history in the Hungarian tradition. Techniques and motifs show the same regional variety as Hungarian embroideries do. The wax-resist egg dyeing technique was presented and thought according…

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Four-hands Piano Concert for Children

Two Hungarian pianists, Zsolt Farkas and Andrea Várnagy played in the Hungarian House of New York on 28th January, 2017. The children’s concert at 12 am was an interactive, playful piano concert. The program included pieces by Grieg, Dvorak, Liszt, Ravel, Weiner Leo as well as poems by contemporary Hungarian…

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