Budapest Festival Orchestra 'Music Fair & Family Day', 12 June

  • 3 Jun 2021 5:30 PM
Budapest Festival Orchestra 'Music Fair & Family Day', 12 June
The all-day event will include chamber concerts, concerts and games for children, craft activities and folk dance, and tickets for the concerts of the 2021–22 season will be also available for purchase.

The concerts will take place in different venues of the museum – please see below the detailed program. 

Admission to the events is subject to the presentation of an immunity card and an ID. At the indoor concerts, the organisers kindly ask everyone to wear a mask.

The two chamber concerts are subject to registration, which can be done on the relevant event's page.

The season brochure for the new season can be found here, and season tickets here.

For more information about our tickets, season passes and prices, please visit click  here page.

Program: 

11:00 - Music Castle
12:00 - Folk Music Trio  
13:00 - Percussion Concert
14:00 - Cocoa Concert
15:00 - 'Choose Your Instrument'
16:00 - Chamber Concert
17:00 - Baroque Concert
18:00 -  Wind Concert

Venue: 
Budapest History Museum – Aquincum Museum and Archeological Park, Porch, Budapest
1135 Szentendrei út, 1031 Budapest

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