"Hungarian Melodies" will perform in Uzhgorod (PREVIEW)

21 March 2014 10:15  3264230 065051
"Hungarian Melodies" will perform in Uzhgorod (PREVIEW)

Our multi-ethnic region is an example of the peaceful coexistence of many minorities and people of different philosophies and religions. Throughout its history, the Silver Land has been part of the various countries, so that we have the unique sights of Celtic and Dacian periods, 800 years of Hungarian rule, medieval religious buildings and unique wooden churches, castle ruins and Western architecture. And most importantly, we can not imagine our life without this cultural diversity and especially cherish peace and harmony in our common home.

These are the principles professed in their art by the chamber-instrumental ensemble "Hungarian Melodies" of Transcarpathian Regional Philharmonic. Although the group is focused on popularizing primarily Hungarian composers' music and local Hungarian folklore, in their new program, the ensemble want to show the richness of multicultural life in Transcarpathia and honor all those who defended the independence of their people.

So, on March 27, 2014 at 18:30

the chamber and instrumental ensemble

         "Hungarian Melodies" (MAGYAR MELÓDIÁK)

                invites you to the program

        "In harmony and in peace"


The concert will include works by Z.Koday, D.Zador, I.Marton, M.Popenko, J.Williams, P.Kocho, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Slovak folk songs and melodies, excerpts from operetta. With their new program, artists of the ensemble intend to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Taras Shevchenko and the heroes of the Heaven's Hundred and all those who at various times fought for freedom and independence. Let us remember what our heroes died for, let us appreciate and preserve peace in our land! 

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