Christmas in Europe
We regret to inform you that, pursuant to the decision of the Hungarian government and in light of the pandemic situation, all of our performances until 31 January 2021 have been cancelled. We will refund the price of tickets for programmes organised by Müpa Budapest itself: you can claim refunds for individual tickets by clicking here, and for tickets that are part of season tickets on this page.
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Owing to the coronavirus pandemic, England's Tenebrae Choir, the planned vocal ensemble for this joint Christmas organ concert with Gyula Szilágyi, is unfortunately unable to journey to Hungary. Compensating lovers of organ music instead as the Hungarian musician takes the console of Müpa Budapest's world-famous instrument will be a diverse programme rich in interesting bits of music history featuring countrymen of his - both vocalists and the trumpeter Tamás Pálfalvi. Their programme will take us from the 16th century to the 20th as we venture through many different lands: Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, England and Hungary.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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sopranoEmília Albert, Anna Varga
the Boróka Vocal Ensemble of the University of Nyíregyháza's Institute of Music:
folk singingEmília Albert, Kinga Gaál, Erika Juhász, Anna Varga
artistic directorErika Juhász