Hungarian-language commemoration in the Westwood Abbey Mausoleum at 1:00 pm, English reading of the names and salute at 2:00 pm.
Come learn traditional Hungarian dance from the region of Délalföld from professional Hungarian folk dance instructors, Tóka Noémi and Szûcs János! This event is an immersive dance workshop with tickets available at the door for a $10 donation.
Délalföld is located in the south-eastern most region of Hungary which shares regions with the Northern Great Planes and Southern Transdanubia.
Szûcs János is a decorated Hungarian dancer, winning the Vásárhelyi László prize for Hungarian folk dancer and also recieved the title of “The Golden Spurred Dancer” at the Békéscsaba Dance Competition. He is leader of the Hajdúböszörményi Dance Troupe in Hungary.
Tóka Noémi is the Director of the Borozda Dance Troupe in Chicago, IL.
Szekely Gulyas (pork and sauerkraut stew) & baked chicken with mashed potatoes, apricot linzer slice and coffee or tea.
The Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra is very excited for the opportunity to perform Bela Bartok’s Dance Suite, written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the union of the cities Buda and Pest, on June 19, 2019 at the MOM Cultural Centre in Budapest. This performance will be the final concert on its upcoming European tour. Click this link to hear COYO music director Vinay Parameswaran describe his love for this piece and why he chose to program it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbM_LsosR8E&feature=youtu.be
We would like to invite you and members of Cleveland’s Hungarian Community to join us here at Severance Hall for a FREE Tour Send-Off concert on Friday, June 7 at 8:00 PM. Please join us to wish our young musicians “Bon Voyage”. The free tickets can be reserved here: https://www.clevelandorchestra.com/1819-concerts-pdps/1819—coyo-concerts/youth-orchestra-2019-06-07/?performanceNumber=17630 or at 216-231- 1111
BENEFIT DINNER AT ST. EMERIC CHURCH HALL to help the parish of the Hungarian St. Joseph Church in Nagyvárad,(Romania) purchase a used but in good condition digital organ for their church. Dinner at 1PM. Menu: Cream of asparagus soup, chicken paprikash with traditional dumplings (nokedli), and green salad. Dessert is a Hungarian style fruit filled pastry. Cost: For adults $20., for students $10., and children under 10 free. Additional donations for this cause are also most welcome. For dinner reservations, please call Marika Zsula 216-676-5863 or Maria Meszaros 440-331-0391 by June 5.
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