The following information was provided by “Magyar Folklor – Hungarian Folklore” group, about a cultural concert event in Maryland this coming weekend. Please check out the links and information; it sounds like a fabulous event!
TÜKRÖS – HUNGARIAN FOLK CONCERT & EXHIBITION
The famous and popular Tükrös is coming to the United States!
Enjoy touching Hungarian melodies and breathtaking dances from the Carpathian Basin. The musicians will be accompanied by two award winner soloist dancers; Zsuzsanna & Norbert Busai. Enjoy a wonderful exhibition of traditional Hungarian Folk Costumes and photographs of towns in the Carpathian Basin. Fun folk games and dances for children after the concert, followed by dance party and dance teaching for adults. This event will be fun for the whole family! Tickets include drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
June 15, 2013 Saturday at 3:00 P.M.
Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church
9601 Cedar Lane
Bethesda, MD 20814-4099
Admissions: Adults $15, Children: $5 Purchase tickets with credit card online at: http://www.rozsafaensemble.org/
Purchase tickets with cash or check at the door before the concert.
Tükrös Orchestra won the ‘Young Masters of Folk Arts’ Award in 2001. Their latest album “Our Transylvanian Heath” won the “Fonogram” Award for Authentic Hungarian Folk Music in 2010. The musicians will be accompanied by two award winner soloist dancers; Zsuzsanna & Norbert Busai. This music will transport you into the village lives of the films Gadjo Dilo and Latcho Drom. Perhaps Béla Bartók described it best; “beautiful to the ear, beautiful to the eye.”
Musicians: Attila Halmos – first violinist, voice. Péter Árendás – viola. Gergely Koncz – violin and viola. Endre Liber – cimbalom (dulcimer), viola, vocals. András Lelkes – double bass