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Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum
From Broadway to Hollywood exhibit
Opening Recpetion July 26, 2013

The Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum presents its new exhibit "From Broadway to Hollywood" - Hungarian songwriters in the early days of the Musical.

The Exhibit features the life and works of well known Hungarian composers Imre Kalman, Ferenc Lehar, Sigmond Romberg, as well as lesser known composers Henri Bereny, Victor Jacobi, George Jarno, Aladar Renyi, Jeno Schwartz, Albert Szirmai and Armand Vecsey - all composers whose works were produced on Broadway or were adapted to Hollywood musicals.

The Museum is located in the Galleria at Erieview, at E. 9th and St. Clair. It is open to the public, everyone is welcome.

For more information call the Museum at 216-523-3900.

Hungarian Museum exhibit


The Opening Reception was held on Friday, July 26th and featured a presentation about the history of musicals by Dr. Mike Miller from the Ohio Light Opera, Wooster, Oh.

Opening Recpetion

Opening Reception


Andrew Lazar, Curator of the Hungarian Heritage Museum

Andrew Lazar, Curator of the Hungarian Heritage Museum


Dr. Michael Miller, Board Chair of Ohio Light Opera

Dr. Michael Miller, Board Chair of Ohio Light Opera


Eva Szabo, President of Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society

Eva Szabo, President of Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society


Dr. Michael Miller, Board Chair of Ohio Light Opera

Dr. Michael Miller



Thanks to Andrea Lazar from the Hungarian Museum,and co-host of Kapossy Hungarian program on WCPN, for the photos and info on the recpetion.

For more information call the Museum at 216-523-3900.


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