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Ticket sale for season 2022/23 is now on!

As in previous seasons, 2022/23 at Müpa Budapest has legendary orchestras and the world's best known conductors and soloists in store for viewers. In recent weeks, purchasers have been able to choose from a number of season tickets. However, it is now time to close season ticket sales and instead buy tickets for next season's performances individually. 

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No more masks at Müpa Budapest

We wish to inform you that, in accordance with the current legal regulations, the wearing of masks is not longer mandatory in the Müpa Budapest building as of 7 March 2022. We leave it at the discretion of our guests to decide whether they feel comfortable wearing or not wearing a mask. It is not necessary to show an immunity certificate to attend our performances.

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Müpa Budapest is coming out with the first dance season ticket in its history for the 2022/23 season!

Although dance has always played an important role in life at Müpa Budapest, in recent years many of our visitors have been delighted to see more emphasis placed on the programme offering, allowing fans to choose from more and more performances each year, from contemporary ballet to folk dance.

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Bartók Spring countrywide organised by Müpa Budapest: exceptional programme in Miskolc, Győr and Debrecen

Ramón Vargas and the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra, Arturo Sandoval, Maxim Vengerov and the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra, BANDALOOP, Igudesman & Joo, Sergey Krilov and the Kodály Philharmonic Orchestra Debrecen, the Győr Ballet, the Szeged Contemporary Ballet, the Pécs Ballet and the Hungarian National Dance Ensemble, and the Ritmo Picnic will feature Sena, the Bohemian Betyars, Los Orangutanes, Mónika Lakatos and Romengo, among others, Julcsi Paár, MORDÁI, Mihály Dresch Ballance Trio, Napfonat and Odd ID - from 21 April, the Bartók Spring International Art Weeks organised by Müpa Budapest will continue with more and more exciting concerts and performances, the American pioneers of vertical dance on the walls, free world music events and a lively festival atmosphere all over the country.

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Temporary disruptions when purchasing season tickets online

We wish to inform our visitors that, due to the outstanding interest, there may be temporary technical difficulties when purchasing our 22/23 season tickets online.

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Season tickets for 2022/23 are now on sale!

Philippe Herreweghe and his ensembles, Riccardo Chailly and the Filarmonica della Scala, Daniele Gatti and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Andris Nelsons and the Vienna Philharmonic, Nina Stemme, Yuja Wang, John Eliot Gardiner, Martin Grubinger, along with artist of the season Gábor Boldoczki and composer of the season Judit Varga: for 2022/23, we at Müpa Budapest are ready to welcome you with top international orchestras, legendary conductors and world-class soloists, along with continuations of popular series and festivals, as well as with our diverse season tickets, which we are delighted to resume offering after being forced to suspend them last year.

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Wearing of masks in the Müpa Budapest building.

We wish to inform you that, in line with feedback from our audience and with the sense of safety of our visitors, performers and colleagues in mind, it is compulsory to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth in all areas of the Müpa Budapest building.

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Jazz Showcase 2022 – Here are the favourites of the jury and the audience

The Jazz Showcase held last weekend was a great success. Throughout the three-day festival, six jazz bands were competing for further opportunities to perform both in Hungary and abroad.

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Jacob Collier postponed his European tour

We regret to inform you that Jacob Collier has been forced to postpone his European tour showcasing his latest album, Djesse. His Hungarian concert, originally scheduled for 2 February, will therefore take place at a later date. 

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Changes in the line-up for Charles Lloyd's concert for 12 January

We regret to inform you that, due to illness, cimbalist Miklós Lukács  will be unable to participate in the world-famous saxophonist Charles Lloyd's Wild Man Dance concert on 12 January. In addition, Kendrick Scott will be replaced on drums by Greg Hutchinson, one of the outstanding talents of his generation.

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