Central programs of “The Week of Hungarian Culture in Montenegro” at the KotorArt Festival

The event The Week of Hungarian Culture in Montenegro will be held from the June 20th until end of September. During that time 24 events will be organized and the main event, a guest performance by Danubia Symphony Orchestra will be organized as a part of the KotorArt Festival Don Branko’s Music Days in front of the St Tryphon Cathedral on July 21st. All programs regarding The Week of Hungarian Culture in Montenegro are organized under patronage of Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. All additional information about the whole project and its programs can be found under the tab “Hungarian Weeks.
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First event on KotorArt is the introductory concert of KotorArt International Klapa Festival, on St Nicolas Square in Perast on June 27th with the performance of a capella group Fool Moon. A special play Dream of Emese will be organized as a part of the Kotor Festival of Theatre for Children. It is based on the animation by the world-famous Hungarian artist and director of animated films, Cako Ferenc. Dream of Emese takes us through centuries of Hungarian history with a unique artistic expression giving the audience a chance to enjoy a picturesque, impressive, sand animation which is live, quick as a film and taking place in front of their eyes.
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Within KotorArt Don Branko’s Music Days several events are expected. The famous jazz singer Myrtill Micheller will perform in Porto Montenegro on July 30th, while the highly regarded Hungarian pop-rock star, Ildiko Keresztes, also known as "Hungarian Tina Tarner" will perform in Porto Montenegro on August 1st. The previously announced central event is the concert of the Danubia Symphony Orchestra, at the concert entitled Zenehíd (Bridge of Music).
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It is our great pleasure to be partners with the Hungarian Embassy in organizing the event of The Week of Hungarian Culture in Montenegro. It is extremely important that the audience has the opportunity to get to know the Hungarian history and culture through various events and that their performers will also get to know ours. The central even is the concert of the Danubia Symphony Orchestra with their conductor Mate Hamori. Apart from captivating compositions from Hungarian music literature, the orchestra will also perform the music piece Gusle, written by the Montenegrin composer Nina Perovic.
We believe that such artistic bridges are important both for bilateral cooperation and for our European perspective in the field of culture and we are proud that we are able to achieve such high-quality and versatile projects with partners from Hungary. - stated the Festival’s PR service.