Rebekka Bakken, Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita, along with the Gurdjieff Ensemble, Gergő Borlai, Stefano Bollani and Mörk – we have some new names coming up at Müpa Budapest in November and December!
Magical Northern European jazz, contemporary circus, an amazing world music duo, a versatile Italian piano virtuoso in the mould of György Cziffra, treats of Armenian folk music and an encounter with Bartók, afrobeat intertwined with traditional Gypsy music, and of course, the traditional anticipation of the miracle of Christmas with music and dance – Müpa Budapest will have plenty of remarkable programmes prepared for the audience in both November and December.
Among those coming to visit us in Budapest will be the Norwegian jazz diva Rebekka Bakken, who fills concert halls with both her presence and her radiant voice, and the duo of Welsh harpist Catrin Finch and Senegalese kora player Seckou Keitam, who are simply something to hear, and that's not even to mention the unforgettable concert guaranteed from the Gurjieff Ensemble, a group formed in 2008 by outstanding Armenian folk musicians. Percussion phenomenon Gergő Borlai, who nowadays splits his time between Los Angeles and Barcelona, will at last be returning home to Hungary for a show, while the crew of the Mabon Dawud Republic will this time be joined on stage by Mónika Lakatos, Jenő Lisztes and Saïd Tichiti.
A complete list of the programmes being announced here can be found on the consolidated page on our website, but it's also worth checking out our online programme calendar, where you will find all of the performances we have coming up in the autumn and winter.
Ticket sales for these newly announced November and December performances will take place in several stages. Starting from 10 am on Wednesday, 22 September 2021, Platinum-level cardholders of the Müpa+ membership programme will get the first chance to make advance purchases, followed by Gold-level cardholders at 10 am on Thursday, 23 September 2021. Sales will open for Silver-level cardholders later that same day, at 3 pm. The basic-level members of the programme and the general public will be able to purchase tickets for these performances from 10 am on Friday, 24 September 2021.
Come and join us in November and December! Choose your favourites from every genre!