Hi everyone, The exclusive opening ceremony of the Hungarian Culture Days is open to the public this year!! If you are not volunteers of the event- you can make your donation here through eventbrite and you can join us! -30 e – tickets for 2. Folkdance, choir, delicious food. Can’t wait to see all of you there!
Hungarian Culture Days is an annual, vibrant 4-day cultural festival in Dublin, showcasing the very best in Hungarian culture, art and heritage and connecting with the Hungarian community in Ireland, while building valuable new connections with Irish people and communities.
The Opening Ceremony is in English/Hungarian. This is an exclusive event in an elegant venue at the same time the meeting point of Hungarian Businesses, traders.
Venue: Smock Alley Theatre Banquet Hall Temple Bar 6/7 Exchange Street Lower
Date: Thursday (17th September) Opening Ceremony Time: 7pm-11pm
Hungarian Ambassador’s Speech/Irish and Hungarian Representatives Speeches
Short film about Hungary
Performance of the Amica Voce Hungarian Chamber Choir and /Conductor: Anne Ralph
Knapweed Hungarian Folk Dance Group from Northern Ireland Omagh perform Czardas from Transdanubia and Dances from Sárköz
Zsuzsanna Kálló Bogdáné folksinger’s performance / Péter Sebestyén on the traditional Hungarian instrument ‘citera’
Máté Judit pianist and Nagy Gyula London National Studio educated bariton singer’s common performance
Speech by the Chairman of the IHBA-Irish Hungarian Business Association
Speech by the Manager at Carlow Dental Centre
Opening of the Exhibition “Friendship and Unity”
Local professional artists works on display
Brigitta Váradi feltmaker, László M István visual artist, Magdolna Tóth ceramist, Nicholas Benedict Robinson visual artist, Caitlyn Rooke visual artist, Nina Panagopoulou visual artist, Balázs Keresztury visual artist, Laura Petit visual artist, Beatrix Fekete visual artist, Gabriella Mc Grath feltmaker, Judit Szoták silk painter, Gergely Garamvölgyi photographer, Niko Tarka visual artist, Katalin Szűcs feltmaker
Photographic display on Győr City
Reception, light refreshment