HUNGARIAN EVENTS AROUND NEW YORK - Provided by the New York Hungarian House
(213 East 82nd Street, 212-249-9360).
Exhibitions: in Soho, in the Jack Tilton Gallery (47-49 Greene Street, (212)
941-1775) the opening of an exhibition by contemporary women artist. You
can see wok by Andrea Dezso, a Hungarian Artist living in New York.
Pictures of Istvan Farkas. Exhibition till the end of December at Janos Gat
Janos Gallery (1100 Madison Ave, Manhattan). Information: Miklos Bansaghi
November 5, Friday at 8 open meeting with dinner of the Hungarian Literary
Society of Ronkonkoma (2784. Ocean Ave. Ronkonkoma, NY 11779). Tel.:(516)
467-1539. Dinner at 7 ($ 8.00). Please let Tilda Marton know by November 4
if you want dinner (516) 737-1938. Information about the club: Istvan
Lakatos, President, (516) 434-9429 or Janos Winiczei Vice-President (888)
November 5 and 6, Friday and Satuday in New Brunswick at the meeting of the
Szechenyi Group, and at the Hungarian Heritage Center at 7 Kund Miklos Nagy,
Transylvanian writer, the editor of the Marosvasarhely Nepujsag,
correspondent of Duna television will give a lecture on "The Present and
Future of the Hungarians of Transylvania". Gyongyi Peterffy will recite
Albert Vass poems. Information: Gyorgy Mendel
November 6, Saturday, at 6pm, monthly meeting with dinner in the Scehectady
Hungarian House (933 Pleasant Street, Schenectady, NY). Information: (518)
November 7, Sunday, at 3 in the New York 82nd Street Reform Church Kund
Miklos Nagy, Transylvanian writer, the editor of the Marosvasarhely
Nepujsag, correspondent of Duna television will give a lecture on Sandor
Petofi, commemoration his 150th death anniversary, There will be some poems
recited by artists. Information: Gyorgy Mendel
November 7, at 3:00 there will be an organ concert at Saint Stephen's Romna
Catholic Hungarian Church, (223 Third Street, Passaic, NJ). Artists:
Rudolph (organ) and Claire (soprano) Vicente. Following the concert coffe
and cake reception in the adjacent Hungarian Cultural Center. Tickets: $10.
Information: (973) 779-0332 or at the door or .
November 12, Friday evening, the 40th Hungarian Protestant Ball in Wayne
Manor, (Wayne, NJ). Informatio Rev. Peter Toth (732) 541-5051, or Priscilla
Hunyadi (732) 381-6413.
November 13, Saturday, 5-7, Hungarian Dance Practice at Shetler Studio, (939
8th Avenue, between 55th & 56th Streets), Room 409. Information: Judy
Kropf (914) 739-8146 or Claire Bright (718) 263-1974,
November 13, Saturday, at 7, the Hereford Hungarian Farm will have a
Katherine Bal! Entrance with invitation only. Information: Joseph
Szodfridt, President (215) 855-1022.
November 14, Sunday at 3:30, in the Hall of Robert Wagner School (220 East
76th Street) a performance by the New York Hungarian Theater "Hana Honti,
Primadonna of the End of the Century". Information: Erzsebet Cserei (212)
November 14, Sunday, at 4, Tea Club at the New York Hungarian House (213
East 82nd Street, between 2. and 3. Avenues) with the Hamori-Marer Jazz Duo.
Tickets: $8. Information: (212) 249-9360 or .
November 14, Sunday, at 4 The Vers and Sound Literary Circle of New
Brunswick will give a recital of the most beautiful Hungarian fall poems and
will remember the poet Sandor Petofi. Guest:Gabor Gyukics poet from New
York. Director: Gyongyver Harko, Place: Hungarian Heritage Center, 300
Somerset St., New Brunswick, NJ. Information: Istvan Sohar,
Every Friday evening - International Folk Dancing at the Hungarian House
(213 East 82nd Street, between 2. and 3. Avenues). Information: