Closed Exhibitions in the Museum of Music History


Hungarian violin makers - The Legacy of the Reményi Familyremenyi

Exhibition in the 5th room of the Museum of Music History

Curator: Anna BARANYI

The exhibition is open: From 19 April 2018 to 24 November 2019

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The Beginnings of Ethnomusicological Research in Hungary - Zoltán Kodály and Béla BartókA nepzenekutatas kezdetei magyarorszagon

Exhibition in the 1st room of the Museum of Music History

Curator: István Pávai

The exhibition is open: From 23 November 2017

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A Hungarian Master on the Road of Modernity and TraditionEgy magyar mester a modernitas es hagyomany utjan

Exhibition in the 2nd room of the Museum of Music History

Curator: Anna Dalos

The exhibition is open: From 23 November 2017

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The Heyday of Hungarian Piano Manufacturing - An Exhibition Commemorating Lajos BeregszászyBeregszaszy Lajos

Exhibition in the 7th room of the Museum of Music History

Curator: Anna BARANYI, József BRAUER-BENKE

The exhibition is open: From 28 September 2017 to 17 February 2018

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Witnesses of an Extraordinary Path of Life Pasztory Ditta

The legacy of Ditta Pásztory-Bartók at the Museum of Music History

Curators: Anna Baranyi, Katalin F. Dózsa

The exhibition is open: From 8 December 2016 to 17 September 2017  

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Bartók the Pianist - Bartók and his ContemporariesBartok kiallitasok 2016

Temporary exhibition in the 1st and 2nd room of the Museum of Music History

Curators: Anna Dalos, László Vikárius

Open: From 31 March 2016

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Hungarian Violin Makers. The Kónya Family and the Disciples Konya cat cover

Temporary exhibition in the 7th room of the Museum of Music History

Curator: Anna Baranyi

The exhibition is open: From 1 October 2015

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40 Years of the Institute for Musicology located for 30 Years in the Erdődy-Hatvany Palace40 30 exhib

Jubilee Exhibition in the 1st room of the Museum of Music History

Open: From 1 October 2014

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Finally at home - Dohnányi in the United States40 30 exhib

(40 Years of the Institute for Musicology located for 30 Years in the Erdődy-Hatvany Palace)

Jubilee Exhibition in the 1st room of the Museum of Music History

Curator: Veronika Kusz

Open: From 1 October 2014

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HubayBösendorfer piano of the famous Hungarian violinist and composer, Jenő Hubay

Part of the Musical Instruments in Hungary exhibition in the Museum of Music History

Open: From 24 January 2014

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Bartók the folkloristBartok folklorist photoS

Exhibition of the Bartók Archives and the Museum of Music History, Budapest, in the 1st room of the Museum of Music History

Curator: László Vikárius

Open: From 30 October 2012

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