Events

09/21/2017
This is a continuation of COLLECTIVITY/RESPONSIBILITY/PERFORMATIVITY – Symposium on Performative Arts held at Central European University in
01/19/2016
  J. S. Bach: C minor partita, BWV 826 (Sinfonia, Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Rondeaux, Capriccio) transcribed by Marcell Dargay Péter
01/14/2016
  ndrea Manzoni – piano Marcel Zaes – electronics What happens when a contemporary sound artist and a jazz pianist remain shut indoors in a
01/12/2016
John Sutherland Earle performs a recital of piano music evoking themes of place, nature, and emotional states.  The program begins with Ives'
12/11/2015
Tolstoy: The Kreutzer Sonata (part one) Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.9 in A, Op.47 (“Kreutzer”) – Tolstoy: The Kreutzer Sonata (part two) Janácek:
12/09/2015
Margery Amdur, artist-in-residence co-hosted by IAS and VSP will use the Monument Building’s smart classroom as a laboratory to interactively present
12/09/2015
The exhibition presented by Richárd Róbert Rácz research fellow of the Roma Initiatives Office, Open Society Foundation    Parallel to the
12/05/2015
The Budapest Sirens, a multi-cultural ensemble of ladies, are an all-girl a capella group with a wide repertoire of songs ranging from American pop
12/04/2015
12 – 5.30 PM: Christmas Fair with handmade marmalades, chuckneys, chocolates, knitted items, jewelries, unique design objects, and leather bags (