'Music Day', A Celebration of Music, French Institute Budapest, 21 June

  • 19 Jun 2024 5:25 PM
'Music Day',  A Celebration of Music, French Institute Budapest, 21  June
Music Day has been a hugely popular event in France since 1982, the first year when musicians were given the opportunity to take over public spaces for the day.

This year, the French Institute in Budapest would like to evoke the spirit and atmosphere of this celebration by providing a space for ten bands, singers, musicians and DJs.

From rock music to traditional French folk music to afro-beat, from ethno-jazz to classical music, ska/punk and Indian music, visitors will be able to discover a wide variety of musical genres on 21 June in front of the French Institute, in the Auditorium, the Library and the Troquet bistro.


16:00 - Les Alouettes - in front of the building
Traditional French dance music (flute, violin, mandolin, accordion, guitar and singing).

16:45 - AdAstria - in front of the building
Afrobeat, ethno-jazz and other Balkan tunes (tenor saxophone, guembri and guitar)

17:30 - Parkside Boys and Panna - in front of the building
Rock, blues and reggae

18:10 - Éva Bekő – Library
Early and modern classical music (guitar)

18:10 - Burns Kati - in front of the building and in the lobby
Indian classical music and singing

18:40 - Francia fuvallat (Andrea Pünkösti, Katalin Zentai and Bálint Földesi) – Auditorium
Romantic songs and arias (piano, trombone, vocals)

19:00 - Nézőpont Kérdése - in front of the building

19:25 - Charmey – Auditorium
Soft, melancholic piano playing

19:45 - FabMix – Troquet

20:00 - Juhász Viktória Panna – Auditorium
French chansons

The event is free of charge.

Information on the French Institute website: In Hungarian  / In French 

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