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"There is always one group of musicians designated as emissaries… that group is Muzsikás.”

Washington Post

Muzsikás

Hungarian folk music concert

“Muzsikás” is a name given to musicians playing traditional folk music in Hungarian villages.

After forty years of their unrivalled career, the Muzsikás group is one of the most renowned and popular Hungarian folk music ensembles worldwide and in their home-country as well. Due to their unique musical skills, instrumental knowledge and musical versatility, they can cope with playing on different music scenes, collaborating with various noted musicians and groups, from folk and world-music to classical, klezmer and jazz, and even to alternative rock music.

DATE

Wednesday, 7 September 2016, 8:00pm

Venue

Salle Pierre-Mercure, Centre Pierre-Péladeau, UQAM

300, boulevard de Maisonneuve Est, Montréal, QC H2X 3X6

Tickets ON SALE

855-790-1245

http://www.admission.com/event/semaine-de-la-hongrie-hungarian-cultural-week-muzsikas-billets/863751

$25 (adults) $17 (children and seniors)

Muzsikás

Hungarian folk music concert

“Muzsikás” is a name given to musicians playing traditional folk music in Hungarian villages.

After forty years of their unrivalled career, the Muzsikás group is one of the most renowned and popular Hungarian folk music ensembles worldwide and in their home-country as well. Due to their unique musical skills, instrumental knowledge and musical versatility, they can cope with playing on different music scenes, collaborating with various noted musicians and groups, from folk and world-music to classical, klezmer and jazz, and even to alternative rock music.

DATE

Wednesday, 7 September 2016, 8:00pm

Venue

Salle Pierre-Mercure, Centre Pierre-Péladeau, UQAM

300, boulevard de Maisonneuve Est, Montréal, QC H2X 3X6

Tickets ON SALE

855-790-1245

http://www.admission.com/event/semaine-de-la-hongrie-hungarian-cultural-week-muzsikas-billets/863751

$25 (adults) $17 (children and seniors)

"There is always one group of musicians designated as emissaries… that group is Muzsikás.”

Washington Post