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Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary

Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary
Bartok's Hungarian Folk Songs, St. Elizabeth Dancers
and Kis Magyar Korus
July 20, 2013


The celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland continued as Vera Holczer, Director of the Aurora School of Music, introduced Chiara Fasani on violin and Andris Koh on cello.

Vera Holczer, Director of the Aurora School of Music

Vera Holczer, Director of the Aurora School of Music



The ladies performed several Hungarian songs beginning with the familiar Hungarian Folk Song by Bartok.

Andris Koh on cello and Chiara Fasani on Violiin

Andris Koh on cello and Chiara Fasani on Violiin





Andris Koh on cello and Chiara Fasani on Violiin


Watch more of the Hungarian Folk Songs by Andris Koh and Chiara Fasani

The St. Elizabeth Dancers performed at the 1938 dedication that opened the Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland. The group was restarted in 1990 and performed at the 75th anniversary celebration of the Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.

St. Elizabeth Dancers

St. Elizabeth Dancers





St. Elizabeth Dancers


Watch more of the St. Elizabeth Dancers performance

Next to perform was the Kis Magyar Korus from Westside Hungarian Lutheran Church. The group was founded in 2004 by director Rev. Zoltan Tamasy.

Kis Magyar Korus from Westside Hungarian Lutheran Church

Kis Magyar Korus from Westside Hungarian Lutheran Church





Kis Magyar Korus from Westside Hungarian Lutheran Church


Istvan Hargitai went onstage with the Kis Magyar Korus and read a poem, first in Hungarian and then in English, called Kovek (Stones) by Attila Jozsef.

Istvan Hargitai

Istvan Hargitai




Watch more of the Kis Magyar Korus performance


Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 1
Main Page

Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 2
History of the Garden and Girl Scouts songs

Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 3 (This Page)
Hungarian Folk Songs, St. Elizabeth Dancers and Kis Magyar Korus

Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 4
Hungarian Scouts Folk Ensemble and Closing

Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 5
Faces in the Crowd


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