MÁTÉ HÁMORI, conductor (Hungary)



Nina Perović (1985) | Gousle, for string orchestra

Franz Liszt (1811–1886) | Les préludes Symphonic Poem

Béla Bartók (1881–1945) |  Hungarian Sketches

An Evening in the Village

Bear Dance


Slightly Tipsy

Swineherd’s Dance

Ferenc Erkel (1810–1893) | Hunyadi László – Opera Overture


KotorArt International Festival, a festival of national importance for the culture of Montenegro, is one of the greatest and most important festivals in the country and region. Every summer KotorArt gathers an impressive number of international artists and with over 200 programs at numerous venues in Kotor and throughout the Bay, attracts tens of thousands of visitors, which makes it one of the most visited festivals of this type in the region.

The event The Week of Hungarian Culture in Montenegro will be held from the June 20th until end of September. During that time 24 events will be organized and the main event, a guest performance by Danubia Symphony Orchestra will be organized as a part of the KotorArt Festival Don Branko’s Music Days in front of the St Tryphon Cathedral on July 21st. All programs regarding The Week of Hungarian Culture in Montenegro are organized under patronage of Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. All additional information about the whole project and its programs can be found under the tab “Hungarian Weeks”.

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