September 9 - October 15, 2005 - Passaic, NJ

American Hungarian Museum, Passaic, NJ
presents:

NEW JERSEY FESTIVAL OF HUNGARIAN CULTURE

KODÁLY STRING QUARTET IN CONCERT

after the concert

HUNGARIAN GULYÁS PARTY AND CLOSING RECEPTION

Sunday, October 15, 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

Catholina Lambert's daughter on a beautiful window of the Lambert Castle

Attila Falvay and János Fejérvári...

...János Fejérvári and György Éder, members of Kodály Quartet
with Kerkay Emese at the Exhibition

Greetings and introduction by Kálmán Magyar,
Director of American Hungarian Museum, Passaic, NJ

Kodály String Quartet

Introduction to the second part of the concert

The concert was followed by:
HUNGARIAN GULYÁS PARTY AND CLOSING RECEPTION

The famous and delicious Gulyás Soup is ready

Levente Koller, Judit Magyar and Maria Koller are serving the Gulyás Soup

Dr. Miklós Érdy orientalist and Miklós Sebek sculptor

Directors of the two museums:
Richard A. Sgritta, Director of Lambert Castle Museum, Paterson, NJ
Kálmán Magyar, Director of American Hungarian Museum, Passaic, NJ

Members of the Kodály String Quartet:
György Éder, Attila Falvay, Zoltán Tuska and János Fejérvári...

 

...with Edward Smyk Passaic
County Historian and Maryjane Proctor, Board of Trustees President


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jazz, operetta, classical, popular music concerts,
folk and sacred songs, gulyás party...

The Kodály Quartet

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