Public lecture by Agnes Kory, Bela Bartok Centre for Musicianship (UK)   Hungarian musical history was strongly marked by Jewish participation
The lecture explains musicological, cultural and health-philosophical aspects of the Turkish-Arabic microtonal system (maqam), the raga of India and
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
Me As Us is a lecture of CM von Hausswolff presented at the Central Europen as part of the Shape program. The lecture will cover Hausswolff's work
Public lecture and discussion with Judit Frigyesi Andrea Sturovics will introduce Judit Frigyesi and moderate discussion    The aim of
From Cold Pin to ArchwayLecture and talk by Eli Keszler (USA) Eli Keszler is a composer, percussionist and artist based in New York City. He is the
UH Fest at CEU UH Fest is one of the rare events dedicated to adventurous modern music in Hungary. Since 2001 they have staged more than 400
David Chioni Moore (cultural theorist, International Studies, English, and African Studies, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA): Sarajevo,