Beethoven Project for the Hearing-Impaired

On the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven, Danubia Orchestra Óbuda wants to lead the way to music for those who can identify with the composer’s struggles in particular: the hearing-impaired.

We will bring up any physical tool we have in order to deliver the fantastic experience music provides to those people who live their lives hearing loss. During these exclusive performances, conductor Máté Hámori will speak about the secrets of Beethoven’s music supported by a sign interpreter, and we strive to make the music perceivable for the deaf by physical medial devices and contact speakers. Participants wearing hearing-aid may try out how music sounds via the world’s most powerful and most innovative assistive listening technology. (Please indicate your intention to attend in an e-mail sent to the address

Performances are free and requires preliminary registration.

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Friday, February 7, 2020 10:00 AM
Hosted and conducted by: Máté Hámori

Friday, March 27, 2020 10:00 AM
Hosted and conducted by: Máté Hámori

Friday, May 15, 2020 10:00 AM
Featuring: Bernát Tószegi – clarinet, Endre Tekula – horn, Kristóf Szilágyi – bassoon,

Tamás Major – violin, Veronika Halmay – viola, Krisztián Kurucz – violoncello,

Norbert Mohácsi – contrabass, New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir
Hosted and conducted by: Máté Hámori

Venue: BUDAPEST MUSIC CENTER, 9th District Mátyás u. 8.


(Your providing of the level of your hearing impairment will help our work in order to choose the best device for you so that the concert will be an actual adventure.)
Should you have any questions, please write to us at (available as of 8 January 2020).
Our partners in making the concerts actual adventures are Audiopont Hearing Centers and 90 Decibel Project.