Hungarian Folk Singing Workshop
with guest teacher Ágnes Enyedi from Hungary and Transylvania


Hosted by Zina Bozzay and the Népdalkör

Sunday, October 2, 2016, 3-5pm
Hungarian pronunciation for non-speakers 2:30-3pm
San Francisco
Address given upon registration
$20 in advance, $25 drop-in


REGISTRATION:
Please register for the workshop ASAP, because we may adjust the location based on the number of participants.
Sign up: RSVP on the Facebook event page, send a message here, or email zinabozzay@gmail.com
Thank you!

Everyone is welcome! No previous experience in the style required, and we also welcome experienced singers. If you are not a Hungarian speaker, please come at 2:30 for an introduction to pronunciation.


ABOUT ÁGNES:
Ágnes Enyedi spent most of her childhood in the Transylvanian village of Bonchida. She is a well-known singer in the Hungarian “dance-house movement”: a member of multiple ensembles (including Magos and Tázló bands), guest singer of the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble and Duna Art Ensemble, teacher at Hermann László Conservatory of Székesfehérvár, and participant in various music projects and albums. She frequently travels to Transylvania to collect folk music and folk songs from peasant masters. She has been awarded the Young Master of Folk Arts and Junior Prima awards, and selected into the 50 Talented Young Hungarians program. She toured the US with Magos in 2012, with the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble in 2013, and this year is touring with the Enyedi-Salamon Quartet.

 

Watch Ágnes sing below - and you can see many more videos of Ágnes on YouTube!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



* If you are interested in learning and singing these songs on an ongoing basis, please check out our Wednesday night class in Berkeley, starting September 21!
 

Contact:

Zina Bozzay

c/o Intersection for the Arts

1446 Market Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

zinabozzay@gmail.com

US: +1-415-226-8782

Hungary: +36-70-603-7011

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