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The Center for Arts and Culture (CAC) at the Central European University (CEU) was established in 2003 with the aim to stimulate research and curricula development in the field of arts & culture and cultural policy, to stir culture-related debate within the university, and to provide the CEU community with an inspiring artistic program that would bring together students from all disciplines, academic staff and Budapest citizens.

'Your touch is tender and exciting. We join in an amorous embrace, but are enveloped in a maddening solitude. We wish to appear and to be together,
Lecture Recital of Lorenzo Coppola (Italy-Spain) on chalumeau and clarinetto d'amore   Lorenzo Coppola and the invited musicians will perform
Bharatnatyam: A South Indian Classical Dance by Padmashri Pratibha Prahlad & Prasiddha Dance Repertory   Padmashri Prathibha Prahlad is a
Etnorom Ensemble was founded in 2005 by Jozsef Balog and Agnes Kunstler, the world- famous ex-soloists of 'Kalyi Jag' Hungarian Roma folk group. The
Public lecture by Agnes Kory, Bela Bartok Centre for Musicianship (UK)   Hungarian musical history was strongly marked by Jewish participation
Brahms: Trio in B major, op. 8 (Urfassung [Early version])--Szabó Ferenc: VonóshármasBartók: 2nd String QuartetKruppa Bálint – violinZétényi Tamás –
During the last eleven years Árpád Tóth built up a special method on how conductors can lead their choirs to improvisation, and how they can help
This evening two audiovisual improvisations frame some contemporary music for flute. Gergely Ittzés flutist and Jenő Lévay visual artist have been