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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.

Sofia Labropoulou (kanun) and Theodora Athanasiou (vocals, guitar) present a crossover through rebetiko music, “Cafe Aman” and contemporary personal
MIHÁLY BORBÉLY POLYGON – with Miklós Lukács & András DésMihály Borbély’s newest formation is equally talented in the folk, world, jazz and
Interactive concert of the Classicus Ensemble with the contribution of CEU Music Club   "Terry" Riley is an American composer and performing
Folk eDéNy (Nyé->Nyéky, De->Deák) For the ancients, a vessel used to fulfill more functions. It wasn’t only used for cooking, baking, storing
„The world is not so bad as we perceive it from the media. They just manipulate us and burn pictures into our head about a war far away. So why is
  Screenings of documentaries made by CEU students, and discussion with them, moderated by Jeremy Braverman, Visual & Media Education
A special, best of screening of the Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival. Symphony no. 42 (dir. Réka Bucsi, 2014, 10', animation)
Haydn: Piano Sonata in E major Hob.XVI: 31 Kurtag: Hommage a Mihály András (12 microludes for string quartet) Haydn: Piano Sonata in G major, Hob.