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Holiday opening hours

We would like to inform our visitors that during during the holiday the Müpa Budapest building, the ticket offices and the shops in the building will be expecting visitors with changed opening hours.

Online ticket sales will of course be uninterrupted on these days as well.


 

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Special exhibition of sound sculptures by Müpa Budapest and the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta to enhance the festive ambiance

Melodies are transient, but experiences stay with us forever. This is the message conveyed by the unique sound sculptures created as part of the festive cooperation of Müpa Budapest and the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta. Based on designs by sculptor Gyula Baditz and inspired by the melodies of iconic compositions performed at Müpa Budapest this year, the 23 wooden statuettes were made at the carpenter’s workshop of the charity by the disadvantaged people employed there. What makes these sound sculptures even more special is that they are signed by the world-famous artists the selected musical pieces were rendered by, such as Diana Krall, Marcus Miller, Charlotte Gainsbourg, José Cura, Ádám Fischer and Péter Eötvös.

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Exciting and unique gift sets from Müpa Budapest

Arts, travels, everyday items? Treat your loved ones to a perfect gift set, available at a 15% discount until 23 December at the Vince Bookshop located at Müpa Budapest.

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Limited tickets for Jonas Kaufmann’s recital available from 6 December, 10 am

Considered to be one of the finest classical/operatic singers of our times, Jonas Kaufmann is giving a concert on 10 January in the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall. The programme, entitled Mein Wien, features pieces by Strauss, Stolz, Kálmán, Lehár and Sieczyński.

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Update on the 28 January 2020 concert of the Purcell Choir and Orfeo Orchestra

Please note that the third subscription concert of the Purcell Choir and Orfeo Orchestra, originally scheduled for Tuesday, 28 January 2020 (featuring pieces by Mozart, Werner, and Albrechtsberger) will take place one day earlier, on Monday, 27 January 2020, at 7.30 pm due to technical reasons.

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9 December opening hours

We would like to inform our visitors that on 9 December the Müpa Budapest building will be expecting visitors with changed opening hours.

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6 December opening hours

We would like to inform our visitors that on 6 December the Müpa Budapest building will be expecting visitors with changed opening hours.

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20 November opening hours

We would like to inform our visitors that on 20 November the Müpa Budapest building will be expecting visitors with changed opening hours.

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7 November opening hours

We would like to inform our visitors that on 7 November the Müpa Budapest building will be expecting visitors with changed opening hours.

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Ticket sales for the Beethoven Marathon open on 30 October

On 2 February 2020, Müpa, the Budapest Festival Orchestra, together with the most prominent Hungarian musicians will celebrate one of the greatest superstars of classical music with in an ecstatic marathon production. Commemorating the legendary composer born 250 years ago, the Beethoven marathon boasts illustrious orchestras including the Danubia Orchestra Óbuda, the MÁV Symphony Orchestra, the Győr Philharmonic Orchestra, the Budapest Strings Chamber Orchestra and the Pannon Philharmonic. In a line-up featuring Júlia Pusker, Miklós Perényi, and Dénes Várjon, Zoltán Fejérvári will play two piano sonatas, while Kristóf Baráti and Klára Würtz will treat the audience to the Kreutzer Sonata. Musicians of the BFO will also give a chamber concert, while the youngest visitors will have a chance to get to know Beethoven better — thanks to a concert for children by György Lakatos.

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