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Lufthansa City Center International GmbH

Lufthansa City Center

Telephone: +49 (69) 66075 300
+49 (69) 66075 310

Lyonerstraße 36,
60528 Frankfurt am Main
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Hungarian State Opera House

Hungary celebrates famous operas or classical ballets. The Hungarian State Opera House remained virtually unchanged in the 130 years since and continues to attract admirers of opera and ballet alike. Each year, thousands of tourists visit the building to take in one of Budapest’s most impressive 19th century national monuments. You can now do it all on your own to admire the beauty of silence and history alike.

Liszt Academy of Music

The Liszt Academy of Music is our famous concert hall in Budapest, home to the Liszt Collection, which features several valuable books and manuscripts donated by Franz Liszt upon his death. Liszt Academy is broadcasting outstanding recordings from their archives three nights a week, on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, on the Liszt Academy's Facebook page

The MÜPA Budapest

The MÜPA Budapest is one of Hungary's best known cultural brands and one of its most modern cultural institutions. It brings together the many and varied disciplines of the arts in unique fashion by providing a home for classical, contemporary, popular and world music, not to mention jazz and opera, as well as contemporary circus, dance, literature and film. 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.

Maradj Otthon! (Stay at Home!) Festival:

This festival has been set up by a wide collaboration of Hungarian musicians, festivals, venues and organisations. It has already gained more than 60,000 viewers, tuning in to watch and listen, with more joining every day. The aim of Maradj Otthon! is to bring a little light into everyone’s living rooms during these upcoming weeks, urging all to stay at home. Viewers can watch live performances from the comfort of their own sofas. This virtual event runs exclusively on Facebook, and is backed by a whole gamut of Hungarian festival and concert organisers. They have asked more than 100 local bands and artists to share regularly on their own platforms, which will be broadcast through Maradj Otthon! Home and studio concerts are live-streamed here.