Müpa Live Webcast

Watch Müpa Live Webcasts in HD quality. Müpa Budapest streams occasionally live broadcasts of its classical and popular music concerts on its website. Enjoy Müpa Budapest shows in the comfort of your own home.  

We would like, even during this extraordinary situation, for our fantastic audience to still be able to encounter the world's most outstanding and thrilling artists each evening – this time in their own homes. That's why, on 25 March, we launched Müpa Home. Join us inside Müpa Budapest's virtual concert hall and spend the coming weeks with us!

Receive notification about the next Müpa Live Webcast broadcast. Sign up for our notification email, and we will alert you on the day of the concert. Signing up is subject to registration. If you have already registered on our website, please log in.

System requirements

In order to view webcasts, a PC not older than 5 years or a smartphone not older than 2 years is required.

We recommend that you visit our website using a computer with the newest operation system installed, i.e. Microsoft (Windows), Apple (macOS) or the products of other manufacturers.

Minimum requirements for browsers:

  • Chrome (version: 65)
  • Edge (version: 16)
  • Firefox (version: 60)
  • Internet Explorer (version: 11)
  • Safari (version: 10)

Mobile versions:

  • Chrome (version: 63)
  • Safari (version: 10)

Optimally, a 5Mbps download bandwidth is required to view HD webcasts. Lower bandwidth may cause the webcast to switch to lower quality or even lag.

In case your computer or smartphone meets the above listed requirements and you encounter problems, we suggest that you should perform any of the following steps.

Restart your browser with addons/plugins disabled

In the browser menu, click on Help, then select the Restart with Add-ons Disabled option. The browser will now restart.

We recommend using an Incognito Window. You can open an Incognito Window by accessing the menu in the top right corner of the browser and clicking the New Incognito Window option.

You can disable addons/plugins one by one in the Options menu.

Update your built-in Flash player plugin

Copy and paste about:addons into your browser’s address bar, then press the ENTER key. A page will appear. On the left side, select the Add-ons option. Select Flash player from the listed Plugins (usually Shockwave Flash is installed). Now click on the gear icon and select the Search for updates option.

Copy and paste chrome://components/ into your browser’s address bar, then press the ENTER key. Locate the Adobe Flash Player component and click on the Search for updates button below.

In this browser, Windows updates will automatically update Flash player. Internet Explorer In this browser, Windows updates will automatically update Flash player.

Flash player will be updated automatically if it is enabled. You will find the Enable option in the Preferences menu on the Websites tab in the Plug-ins section. Locate the Adobe Flash Player entry, and enable the Plug-in.