A conference dedicated to the exploration of the ways our community could preserve, promote, and transmit its cultural heritage for future generations.
Tristan Pfaff, the young, award-winning pianist of the Long Thibaud Crespin International piano, violin and voice competion delivered a sensational piano concert on February 8 2013 to a full house, playing the works of one of the preeminent Hungarian musicians of the 19th century, Ferenc Liszt.
A Q & A on the simplified naturalization process with dr. Tamás Wetzel, Commissioner for Simplified Naturalization of the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice of Hungary.
The Embassy hosted a traditional folk dance party with live music on December 1.
The Embassy of Hungary cordially invites you to its annual
Embassy Mikulás Party.
Ms. Neslény studied at the Béla Bartók Conservatory and at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. Since 1990 she is the co-director of the Los Angeles International Liszt Competition for Pianists, Vocalists and Organists. Ms Judith Nesleny plays the music of Ferenc Liszt at her Concert.
An exquisite folk costume from the Hungarian town of Kalocsa was gifted to the Embassy yesterday by Mrs. Zsuzsanna K. Zaffere in memory of her parents. The folk costume will be exhibited in the Embassy ballroom.
The Central and Eastern European Network (CEENET) organized its 2nd annual trade visit on November 8-9 at the Stamford Marriott.
On the evening of November 13th several friends came to the book party hosted by HE György Szapáry, Ambassador of Hungary, Mrs. Debbie Dingell, wife of Congressman John Dingell, Michigan Democrat, Honorable Alan Greenspan, Former Federal Reserve Chairman and his wife Mrs. Andrea Mitchell, NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for their friend Dr. Marina von Neumann Whitman, who recently released her memoir, „The Martian’s Daughter”.
The Boys of Paul Street (Hungarian: A Pál-utcai fiúk) is a 1969 American-Hungarian co-production film directed by Zoltán Fábri and based on the youth novel The Paul Street Boys (1906) by the Hungarian writer Ferenc Molnár. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.