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  • Choral Tour by KamaraMuhely from Szeged to St Catharine’s College Girls’ Choir

    The immediate past has seen a very successful choral tour by St Catharine’s College girls’ choir, (directed by Dr Edward Wickham)  – with performances in Budapest (attended by the British Deputy Ambassadress & husband), in Kecskemet – including a tour & introduction to Kodaly technique at the Institute (organised by Dr. Mihail Ittzes) and 4 wonderful days in Szeged.

    There they worked & performed with the Piarist school (organised by Tunde Fabri-Ivanovics & Geza Fabri and with kind permission of the headmaster, Attila Papp).  In Szeged they gave 3 concerts, including a Gala performance with both choirs together and a final concert at the Konig Kiraly school (arranged & hosted by Judit Katona).

    Delmagyar reported on the events 2 days running (7th & 8th April) & DUNA TV filmed the Budapest event.  This can be accessed on their DUNA website

    The address of the website: http://www.mediaklikk.hu/musor/kultikon/

    Click on the “383. rész”

    We also have a DVD of the final Szeged Concert & many photographs of the trip.

    Plans are already afoot for a return and exchange visit – watch out for 17-24 March 2015!

    Traditional Hungarian Folk Music comes to Cambridge

    Come and hear the unique sound of the Mentés Máshként Trio,

    performing traditional Hungarian folk music in their ‘Love Letter’ tour of Cambridge.


    Musicians: Géza Fábri: koboz/ folk lute & vocals
    Dániel Lipták: violin & vocals

    Tűndé Fábri-Ivánovics: vocals & percussion

    Tunde Geza & Daniel 1 856246_506093109430090_490405678_o

     

    2 May, at 7.45 pm at the Cambridge Folk Club, Golden Hind, Milton Road
    Tickets enquiries: marion.treby@ntlworld.com
    3 May, at 1.30 pm at the Lee Hall, Wolfson College, Barton Road
    Retiring Collection.   Contact; Julia Boyd: email: jmseiberboyd@virginmedia.com

    or Andrew Goldman:  andrewpgoldman@gmail.com

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