Twenty uniquely exciting works multi-layered in cultural identity by photographer György Czabán are exhibited at the gallery Studio BaseArt and Photography in Utrecht.
"Why does the world need a Piano Day? For many reasons. But first off all because its good to celebrate the piano and all around it: the peformers, the composers, the builders, the tuners, and first of all the listeners" - with this sentence the Piano Day was started in 2015 by Nils Frahm, one of the most influential pianists of classical music in the world today. The 88th day of each year (88 is the number of keys) which is usually March 29th bevomes the piano say when everywhere around the world people celebrate with concerts the the most influential instrument of the world. After last year's debut this year the Piano Day in Budapest continues with two great musicians supporting classic modern style the pianists vaghy and iamyank on a night that will feature also a very well-know foreign pianist and a very special unique instrument a very rare piano.
The Seattle-based funeral-doom duo Bell Witch finally comes to Budapest with their latest album titled Mirror Reaper. The band will be performing in April within their European tour where they will performe two songs from their new album released in October that will last longer than eighty minutes accompanied by a special projection. Their support will be Aerial Ruin at the A38 Ship exhibition room.