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BudapestThe Nutcracker

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
Wayne Eagling; Tamás Solymosi; Hungarian National Ballet; Gusztáv Oláh; Nóra Rományi; Hungarian State Opera Orchestra; Hungarian State Opera Children's Chorus

BudapestLes contes d’HoffmannNew production

Offenbach: Les Contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann)
Gergely Kesselyák; Kriszta Székely; Hungarian State Opera; Nelli Pallós; Dóra Pattantyus; Sándor Baumgartner; Ármin Szabó-Székely


Puccini: Edgar
Kálmán Szennai; Ádám Tulassay; Hungarian State Opera; Balázs Cziegler; Mónika Szelei; Judit Kenesey; Attila Fekete

BudapestThe Gold and the Woman / The Tót Family

Kenessey, Tóth
Zsolt Jankó; Csaba Káel; Hungarian State Opera; Éva Szendrényi; Anikó Németh; Ferenc Stadler; Eszter Orbán

BudapestLes Enfants TerriblesNew production

Glass: Les Enfants terribles
Péter Dobszay; Dóra Barta; Hungarian State Opera; Ildikó Tihanyi; Andrea Kovács; Zoltán Katonka; András Almási-Toth
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A faltering Lucrezia Borgia in Budapest

A performance of highs and lows with a stellar step-in from Lidia Fridman as Lucrezia Borgia and a confused production by Ferenc Anger plays at the Palace of Arts.
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Budapest welcomes its Enfants Terribles

Jean Cocteau meets Philip Glass at Hungarian State Opera in the new setting of the Eiffel Art Studios. Les Enfants Terribles unfolds at an infernal pace!
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Bánk bán evokes the loneliness of the Magyars at the Erkel Theatre

Considered Hungary's national opera, Ferenc Erkel's Bánk bán rarely travels beyond its borders, but is given a rousing performance by the Hungarian State Opera. 
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Love's reign: an entertaining Poppea in Budapest

Conducted by Iván Fischer, a strong cast delivers an entertaining performance of Monteverdi's opera in a production that amuses, but does not quite thrill.
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Pictures at an exhibition: Ballet Pécs premieres Vasarely Etudes

The paintings of Victor Vasarely are brought to life in dance at the Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks festival.   
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