Ticket Sales for Müpa’s 2023 Programs Have Started


Next year, the Müpa, which starts selling tickets on October 26th, will welcome the audience with outstanding performers from the international classical and light music scene, as well as Hungarian cultural life.

In the first months of 2023, the audience can welcome several old acquaintances back to the Müpa stage. Among the performers will be the Portuguese singer Mariza, who stood on the stage of the concert hall for the first time 12 years ago, single-handedly putting the genre of fado on the palette of Hungarian music fans. Five years after her last concert, the singer will now take the stage at Müpa with material from her new album, Müpa told MTI on Tuesday. It is also not the first time that the inevitable figure of Balkan gypsy music, Goran Bregovic, composer of emblematic music for films and plays, is visiting Müpa, and this time he will give a concert in Budapest accompanied by the Budapest Dohnányi Orchestra.

Next year, Beck Zoli and Krisztián Grecsó, as well as László Kollár-Klemencz, will present their new album at Müpa, while Attila László will celebrate his anniversary with the audience. As it was written, Attila László, one of the most versatile artists of the Hungarian jazz scene, on the occasion of his seventieth birthday, will recall a half-time piece from his instrumental and vocal music. Members of the Müpa+ loyalty program can redeem their tickets for the performances from October 26th, while the general public can redeem their tickets for the performances from October 27th. At the Müpa New Year’s concert on January 1st, Haydn’s oratorio, The Seasons, one of the basic works of the classical repertoire, will be performed, this time interpreted by the Düsseldorf Symphony Orchestra.

In the latest edition of the Jazz Showcase, Lőrinc Barabás, Krisztián Csapó (KRIZ) and Jazzbois will take the stage. From dance hall to world music, the folk music festival presents a diverse range of genres. The gala program of the all-day program will include performances by Branka Básits, Sára Tímár and their band, as well as Mihály Borbély, also known from the Vujicsics group. Kanizsa Csillagai, MORDÁI and Magyar Banda, playing Beás gypsy music, will also arrive.

In the new year, the Literárium series will continue, this time focusing on Edina Szvoren and her short stories, the poetry evenings of László Nagy will be interpreted by the artists of the National Theater, while in the Literárium Extra, Pál Mácsai and Miklós Lukács will examine the legendary one-minute plays of István Örkény. With the Müpa Film Club, viewers can continue their adventure in the world of Fellini’s director. The country’s leading dance groups, the Győr Ballet, the Szeged Contemporary Ballet and the Hungarian National Dance Group, will return with their most successful performances, and the audience can also see Recirquel’s most popular new circus productions, Müpa announced.


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