September 9 - October 15, 2005 - Passaic, NJ

American Hungarian Museum, Passaic, NJ
presents:

NEW JERSEY FESTIVAL OF HUNGARIAN CULTURE

Popular Hungarian Music by:

GYPSY JOE - CIGÁNY JÓSKA

Sunday, October 2, 2005 - Lambert Castle, Paterson, NJ

Click here for details of the Festival - September 9 - October 15, 2005:
movies, lectures, jazz, operetta, classical, popular
music concerts, folk and sacred songs, gulyás party...

Photos: László Kerkay

Gypsy Joe is a popular entertainer in the Passaic Hungarian community. He keeps the soul of the community alive by playing the popular and often romanticized tunes. It is the music and song which forms one of the most important underlying fabrics in preserving community pride and cultural identity. Gypsy Joe is admired by everyone in the Hungarian neighborhood, since he knows everyone's favorite song and will be glad to play it and get rewarded by a smile or may be a tear-drop in the eyes.

Gypsy Joe was introduced by Kálmán Magyar,
Director of American Hungarian Museum, Passaic, NJ


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Click here for details of the Festival: movies, lectures,
jazz, operetta, classical, popular music concerts,
folk and sacred songs, gulyás party...

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