HAA – 10th anniversary

HAA is celebrating - 10 years ago, on 5 November 2011 HAA was founded. The establishment of the public body is the result of a decision of decisive cultural and political importance. HAA has become the most prestigious and representative body of art life in Hungary and has achieved great many results in its first decade.
November 12, 2021

István Szőcs passed away

István Szőcs, a Transylvanian writer, editor, cultural historian and regular member of HAA passed away at the age of 93. HAA regards his passing as losing one of its own.
The defining genre of his life work was literary journalism and essay with scientific accuracy, but with a readable, subjective tone. 

September 29, 2020

Memorial exhibition of István Püspöky

The unique display of István Püspöky (1950–2018), graphic artist and painter, can be seen  between 16 September 2020 and18 October 2020 at Vigadó, centre of HAA. The display has been organized by the Fine Art Section of HAA. István Püspöky was a major member of the Hungarian graphic artist generation which started his work in the early1970's.

September 29, 2020

Salome, a world premiere

One of the most famous operas by Richard Strauss, Salome was performed by the Hungarian State Opera at the Erkel Theatre on 15 September 2020. The new production - directed by Zoltán Rátóti, regular member as well as board member of HAA, starring Sera Gösch, Jürgen Sacher, Gyöngyi Lukács and Károly Szemerédy under the baton of Balázs Kocsár, general music director of the Hungarian State Opera - could only be seen once due to the epidemic is a world premiere, due to its unique set.

September 29, 2020

Exhibition of Márton Barabás

The Hungarian painter and sculptor, Márton Barabás, a corresponding member of HAA, is exhibiting his sculptures in the inner courtyard of the House of Music (Haus der Musik) in Vienna made from components of historical pianos on the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven. The display is entitled Hommage à Beethoven and can be seen between 10 September 2020 and spring 2021.

September 24, 2020
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