1st concert announced for House of Hungarian Music

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The House of Hungarian Music, built as part of the Liget Budapest project, will be open from January 23 with classical, jazz, light, world, traditional and electronic music concerts, workshops, music pedagogical classes, and discussions, as well as an interactive music history exhibition, according to profitline.hu.

In the days after the opening, music academies will give free concerts.

The institution's formal concert program will start on January 28, for which ticket sales will start on magyarzenehaza.com on Friday, operative director Márton Horn said.

As he explained, the building is open every day, with the permanent exhibition open all week except Monday, while the programs will take place in the second half of the week for the first two months and then gradually cover the entire week.

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