Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks across the country21 April - 28 May, 2022

Bartók SpringPhoto: Anett Kállai-Tóth

 

 

Dear Visitors,

 

Please be advised that the events and programmes announced on the website will be held depending on the severity of the prevailing pandemic situation. As such, the information in the article serves information purposes only. The organisers reserve the right to cancel or postpone such events and programmes. Make sure to visit the events’ official website for the latest news.

Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks across the country

Now the authentic festival atmosphere of the Bartók Spring events can be enjoyed all across the country!

Between April the 21st and May the 5th, Miskolc and Győr will join the line-up of hosts for the Bartók Spring, one of the most anticipated event series of the season. Beginning on the first day of April, it will feature special concerts and performances, unusual public events, and a lively festival atmosphere throughout.

 

Already confirmed for the countrywide event of the Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks: Latin jazz legend, Arturo Sandoval; brilliant Mexican tenor, Ramón Vargas; the American pioneers of vertical dance, BANDALOOP; world-famous musical comedy duo, Igudesman & Joo; the most exciting singer-songwriters of the Hungarian popular music scene, including Ohnody, Дeva, Noé Saya, and Cristina Drimba; the Ballet Company of Győr, the Szeged Contemporary Dance Company, the Ballet Pécs, and the Hungarian National Dance Ensemble; and the Ritmo Piknik, featuring the Bohemian Betyars, Los Orangutanes, Napfonat, Romengo, and others.

 

“It goes without saying that Bartók’s spirit, and the unmistakable atmosphere of the festival bearing his name, shouldn’t be limited only to Budapest, as the artist himself drew inspiration from across the entirety of Hungarian culture. When we launched Bartók Spring, one of our most important objectives was to gradually expand the programme series to a national scale, inspiring both Hungarian audiences and visitors from abroad to join our outstanding artists in exploring Hungary’s beautiful cities outside of Budapest,” says Csaba Káel, CEO of Müpa Budapest and founder of the Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks.

 

For more details and information about the Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks in Budapest and across the country, visit our website at www.bartoktavasz.hu.