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Hungarian extravaganza

Hungarian extravaganza
From exhibitions to music and dance shows and from book clubs to heritage walks,   The Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre (HICC) will be hosting a whole list of cultural events in the month of November.

Commemorating the 58th Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and the 25thAnniversary of the fall of the 'Iron Curtain', and Hungary becoming a democratic republic, an Photo Documentary Exhibition  tiltled 1956 - The  Hope Of  Freedom The Hungarian Revolution will be held on HICC until 7 November.

Live Concert of  clarinet / saxophone and piano recital by hungarian musicians, Péter Horváth and Beáta Gincsai will be held from 31  October to 2 November. Beáta and Péter have been playing together for the past two years.

Péter Horváth is a professional saxophonist and clarinetist. He has won numerous competitions and has been performing at various concert halls in Hungary and abroad, like The Palace of Arts in Budapest and The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. Beáta has been bestowed with numerous prizes at various music competitions and had graduated from the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music as a Master of Piano and Teaching in 2010. She accompanies other instrumentalists and singers.

From 11-28 November a painting Exhibition from Yamuna to Babba-Myths and Legends from India and Hungary by Rozália Hummel will be on display at the HICC. Rozália's ideology is to introduce the cosmic body of the Great River Yamuna, Goddess of North India, and Babba Mária, the Mother Goddess of Central Europe.

Another Live Concert will be held at HICC on 13 November . The concert,  Thank you for the music  by the Capital City Minstrels (CCM) will be the 20th anniversary celebration of Delhi’s leading choir.
CCM will be performing songs taken from their music repertoire of the past 20 years, including Hungarian song.

Open day for Schools an exclusive programme for school children introduces Hungary in terms of its history, geography, people, art and culture will be held at HICC on 18 November.

Apart from this there will be literary evenings and feature film screening which will be held throughout the month of November on different dates.

The stream of events will come to an end with The Second world Percussion Festival and India Tour from 21 - 28 November. Folk Music Concert and Tour will involve the participation of Kákics Ensemble from Hungary.

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