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POSTPONED Hungarian Folk Singing Workshop

Social Event
Folk Singing Workshop
Thursday, March 12, 2020, 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Hungarian Folk Singing Workshop

(held in English)
with Zina Bozzay - singer and teacher of Hungarian folk singing, collector, performer
featuring Helga Debreczeni-Kis instrumentalist - zither, koboz, violin, and more

“Join us for a workshop in traditional Hungarian village folk singing, open to participants of all musical and language backgrounds.
The workshop will include village source recordings, pronunciation support, printed song lyrics, English translations, and background information on the songs and regions. The workshop is led by Zina Bozzay, active performer, collector, and teacher of Hungarian folk singing in the US and Hungary, known for her friendly, accessible teaching style, academic rigor, and contagious enthusiasm. Acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Helga Debreczeni-Kis will provide accompaniment on traditional Hungarian folk instruments.”

Entrance for the workshop is free.

Please register at the following link:

More information:



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