The Hungarian Embassy gave home to the 24th annual Mikulás Dinner of the Hungarian American Coalition. This year's guest of honor Zsolt Németh, Chairman of the Hungarian Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee, gave the keynote speech.
Ambassador Szemerkényi's invitation to the dedication of the Hungarian Chapel at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington.
The world-renowned Muzsikás Folk Ensemble joins Glass House Orchestra for a double bill at the Sixth&I Synagogue in Washington, D.C.
The Embassy of Hungary in Washington DC, in cooperation with the Hungarian American Cultural Association presents a special Jazz night honoring Béla Bartók with the Daniel Szabo Quartet featuring Grammy Award winner Chris Potter.
The Embassy of Hungary in collaboration with Alliance Française de Washington DC is pleased to present French pianist Claude Bessmann the evening of February 8.
Being Hungarian and international at the same time are the trademarks of the half Hungarian and half Moroccan singer. Meshi is trying to express the artistic concept of ”originally good” by using the treasure of authentic folk music of different nations and cultures as a source.
We have had over 100 children and 150 adults at the Embassy for our now traditional children’s Mikulás day celebration.
The Hungarian community in Louisiana is pleased to invite all those interested to a Hungarian Christmas get-together this Sunday, December 14. The event, traditionally held every year will take place from 4pm to 7pm at the Party Room -- 800 Rue Rampart "De Limon Place" Metairie, Louisiana 70005.
The Hungarian Embassy hosted a reading by Helen M. Szablya from her latest book, My Only Choice: Hungary 1942-1956 on December 5.
Now in its 26th year, the AFI European Union Film Showcase continues its tradition of bringing the best in European cinema to Washington audiences. Hungarian Director Péter Bergendy won Best New Director at the 2012 Chicago Film Festival for "The Exam" and was an Official Selection, 2012 Karlovy Vary Film Festival.
This year’s selection of more than 50 films includes award-winners, international festival favorites, local box-office hits and debut works by promising new talents, plus many countries’ official Oscar® submissions for Best Foreign Language Film.