Events

PAST EVENT: M. Mester Katalin Írónő Könyvbemutatója a Nagykövetségen - 2013. május 30-án, Csütörtörtökön

Publicated on: May 28, 2013

M. Mester Katalin a Veszprém megyei Devecserben élő szerző
"Drága kicsi Terkám! Édes Lackóm!" (Püski); "Sorsok Zalától a Mátráig" (Püski); "Eltaszítva a hazától" című könyveinek bemutatójára
2013. május 30-án, csütörtökön este 19.00 órától 21.00 óráig
Magyar Nagykövetség kerül sor, 2950 Spring of Freedom, 20008, Washington DC., NW

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PAST EVENT: Concert of Péter Bársony – Virtuoso Viola Player at the Embassy – May 6 (Monday) at 7:30

Publicated on: May 3, 2013

The Embassy of Hungary and the Embassy Series would like to invite you and your friends to our upcoming event: Concert of Barnabás Kelemen – violin; Péter Bársony – viola and Melvin Chen – piano. The concert is an event of the European Month of culture.
Tickets for the event cost: $75. For further information please check: www.embassyseries.org

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After Carnegie Hall, Cello – Piano Recital at the Embassy

Publicated on: April 3, 2013

Mr. János Lakatos, 2nd Place Winner of the AFAF Golden Strings of America Competition 2012, and Mrs. Ilona Kolbe delivered a sensational concert on March 26th 2013 to a full house, playing the pieces J. S. Bach, F. Chopin, D. Shostakovich, and Z. Kodály among other preeminent musicians.

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PAST EVENT: Concert of the Keller Quartet at the Library of Congress

Publicated on: April 2, 2013

Renowned Hungarian string quartet, the Keller Quartet is giving a concert at the Library of Congress on Thursday, April 18th, 2013 from 8:00 pm.
The concert is presented by the Library of Congress in cooperation with the Embassy of Hungary.
Free tickets can be reserved through the Embassy of Hungary while the tickets supplies last.

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PAST EVENT: 2nd V4 Film Series: Banned! by Communist Governments: Films They Didn't Want You To See

Publicated on: March 29, 2013

V4 presents its 2nd film series: Banned! by Communist Governments: Films They Didn't Want You To See.

Each V4 Embassy will present a film that was banned in its country under the communist regime. The films were finally publicly released following the collapse of communism after the Revolutions of 1989, which started in Poland with its Solidarity movement and continued in Hungary, the former Czechoslovakia and other Central and Eastern European countries.

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The First HATOG Conference Held on the West Coast Attracted Hungarian Americans from across the US

Publicated on: March 28, 2013

The conference report provides a comprehensive account of the proceedings, with links to all presentations, showing the challenges facing our diverse community. Read the press release and more here.

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Family Treasure Sword Returned to Hungarian Embassy after nearly 70 Years

Publicated on: March 19, 2013

David and Patricia Young and several of his relatives fulfilled Maj. Joseph A. Guiffre's request by giving back a ceremonial sword from the 19th century to Hungarian officials at the Hungarian Embassy. It is a good example of the excellent people-to-people relations between our countries.

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165th Anniversary of the Revolution and Freedom Fight of 1848

Publicated on: March 19, 2013

On March 15, 2013 Hungary celebrated the 165th Anniversary of the Revolution and Freedom Fight of 1848. At the Embassy Ambassador Szapáry hosted a reception and invited members of the Administration, the Diplomatic Corp and of course the Hungarian-American community.

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PAST EVENT: First Family Carnival and Masquerade Ball at the Embassy

Publicated on: February 19, 2013

The Embassy of Hungary and local Hungarian Scout Group (Bátori József Scout Group) jointly organized the first ever Family Carnival and Masquarade Ball at the Embassy.

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"Hungarian Americans Together" HATOG Conference

Publicated on: February 15, 2013

A conference dedicated to the exploration of the ways our community could preserve, promote, and transmit its cultural heritage for future generations.

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