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Schedule

2018 SCHEDULE TO BE ANNOUNCED


 

Saturday May 13, 2017 Belmont, CA

 

Main Stage

Time Event Performers
11:30am Introduction to Hungarian Music A Beautiful Violin
12:30pm Folk Music Vadalma
1:00pm Opening Ceremony American and Hungarian Anthem by Soprano Diana Pray
accompanied by Bálint Sapszon - Keyboard
Welcome Speech by Szilvia Gilbert, President of the Hungarian Heritage Foundation
Speech by Mrs. Éva E.Voisin, Honorary Consul General of San Francisco
and by Mr. Tamás Széles, Consul General of Hungary
Hungarian Music with Orsolya Sapszon accompanied by Bálint Sapszon - Keyboard
2:00pm

Lakodalmas
Hungarian Wedding Traditions

Folk Program

Dűvő Zenekar
Forrás Band
István Berecz and Réka Bures – Folk Dance
Eszterlánc Hungarian Folk Ensemble
Mazsola Hungarian Children Folk Ensemble
Zina Bozzay
3:30pm Gypsy and Nota music A Beautiful Violin
4:00pm Music and Folk Program Corvinus Hungarian Chamber Chorus
Dűvő Zenekar
Forrás Band
Istvan Berecz and Reka Bures – Folk Dance
Laszlo Tihanyi and Viktoria Szabo – Folk Dance
4:45pm Gypsy and Nota music A Beautiful Violin
5:30pm

Lakodalmas
Hungarian Wedding Traditions

Folk Program

Dűvő Zenekar
Forrás Band
István Berecz and Réka Bures – Folk Dance
Eszterlánc Hungarian Folk Ensemble
Mazsola Hungarian Children Folk Ensemble
Zina Bozzay
7:00pm Closing Ceremony Flag Ceremony/ First California Hussar Regiment

 

Senior Center

Time Event Performers
12:00pm Children Singing and Music Circle Harangvirág Playhouse and Attila Egyedi
2:00pm "Kodály módszer" Presentation Maree Hennessy
2:30pm Hungarian Choral Music Corvinus Hungarian Chamber Chorus
3:30pm Story Time
and Introduction to Hungarian Instruments
Harangvirág Playhouse
4:30pm Hungarian Choral Music Corvinus Hungarian Chamber Chorus
7:30pm Traditional Folk Dance Party with singing circles and dance teaching Dűvő Zenekar, Forrás Band, Zina Bozzay
István Berecz and Réka Bures
László Tihanyi and Viktória Szabó

 

Hungarian Heritage Festival

Hungarian Heritage Festival strives to keep the Hungarian culture alive in San Francisco Bay Area.