Jewish Cultural Festival In Budapest, 1 – 9 September

  • 22 Aug 2019 10:03 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Jewish Cultural Festival In Budapest, 1 – 9 September
The 22nd Jewish Cultural Festival will be held between Sept. 1 and 9 in seven venues in downtown Budapest.

The festival offers a variety of events in several genres of music.

Artists such as the Budapest Klezmer Band, pop singer János Bródy, jazz musician Edina “Mókus” Szirtes, singer Kati Rák and violinist Orsolya Korcsolán, will perform.

The festival will close with an operetta gala featuring Bálint Bársony and his orchestra, organisers said.

Detailed program in English available here.

More: 
zsidokulturalisfesztival.hu

Photo courtesy of organisers

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