“The leaf that fell before your feet is just a sigh, and soon you will hear laughter from the bough.”
Music, literature, children's programs, exhibition, hospitality, barrel organ music, coach rides, chess, newspapers await visitors to the Krúdy Quarter
Host: Szilvia Becze
Programs at Óbudai Társaskör
11.00 Zoltán Fráter: "Joyful Times of Peace" in Krúdy's Oeuvre
15.00 Gábor Eckhardt's Students Play the Piano
Leila Mashaei, Arthur Coatalen – piano
Ballade in G minor
Ballade in F major
Scherzo in B minor
Scherzo in C-sharp minor
Scherzo in E major
Ballade in A flat major
Ballade in F minor
Leila Mashaei is a 15-year-old high school student born in the Netherlands to a Hungarian mother and a Persian father. She is a student of Gábor Eckhardt at the Aladár Tóth Music School. Results from the last three years: she won the Zoltán Kodály XII. National "solfege" and "song" category of the National Singing and Folk Singing Competition. She won the IV. International Piano Festival. She took third place at the III. Danubia Talents International Music Competition in piano. She won first prize at the 15th National Piano Competition in Nyíregyháza, with a Magda Veroszta Scholarship and was given the opportunity to perform at the Zene-Zug Festival of the Budapest Strings at Óbudai Társaskör.
Arthur Coatalen was born in 2004 in Paris, into a French-Hungarian family. He began playing the piano at the age of seven under Tamás Réti, and at the age of eight at the Schola Cantorum in Paris, where he continues to study with Mireille Phillips. Since 2016 he has also been studying at the Conservatoire à rayonnement régional in Paris under the guidance of Romain Descharmes. In the summers he takes part in several Hungarian master classes led by Gábor Eckhardt, Imre Hargitai and Péter Kiss.
He has won first place in the youth category at numerous French and international piano competitions: first place in Chatou close to Paris in 2015 and 20016, and at the Steinway Competition in Paris in 2016 and 2017. In 2018, he won the Opus Yvelines (Mainsons-Laffitte, Paris) international competition in the Supérieur category, then in 2019 he won the Broumov Key International (Czech Republic, age 14-15) and the Pietro Argento International competitions (Italy, 12 -15 year old).
17.00 Blue Danube Concert-Salon Orchestra
19.00 "So I'll tell everyone..." - Poet and Winemaker Tamás Dúzsi
Editor and director: Attila Szabó Zoltán
Special guest: actress Klári Varga
Music: Talány Akusztik (Recorded)
Here's a performance that is both a literary night and a show seasoned with stand-up elements, a theatrical game and a wine tasting.
About the Performer: Former winner of the Winemaker of the Year Award, father of the world-famous wine Görögszó, who has been performing for years events of the New West Literary Circle and the Serbian Theater in Hungary, but has not had a solo performance. The premiere will be held in Óbudai Társaskör on October 20, 2019.
Some of the classical and contemporary authors whose writings he will recite: Edmond Rostand, Mihály Babits, Frigyes Karinthy, Lajos Lőrinczy, István Kis Pál, József Gacsályi, Zoltán Schwalm.
Programs at the Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism
From 10am to 5pm in the museum building:
Games Trough Time
In the corner In our corner of the gentleman's salon, Mare Temporis's games invite you to travel through time into the exciting, amusing, and often startling world of card games.
School of Cheating Fingers
Anyone can learn exciting card tricks in minutes. Now you can taste the science that started with the first tricky player and nowadays has become masterful magic.
Cave of Cards
Game masters of the homoludens.hu Association await young and old alike. Modern card games, special mini and giant cards, card game, house of cards building and card throwing competitions.
Inspired by our card exhibition, we make a card-shaped biscuit and decorate it with chocolate writing after baking.
11 am and 3 pm: Guided tour of the permanent exhibition “I never had a home...” - The scenes of Gyula Krúdy's life in Budapest with Ádám Balogh, museologist.
1pm and 4pm: Guided Tour of the exhibition Lucky Cards – the First Hungarian Playing Card Factory turns 150 years-old with Ádám Németh Museum Teacher.
10am to 6pm Ride a horse-drawn carriage on the streets of the Krúdy Quarter
Sit in an elegant coach and see the magical streets of Óbuda from the velvet seat with the eyes of a turn-of-the-century citizen!
Coaches leave from the gate of the museum building.
Programs at the Óbuda Folk Music School
2pm-5pm Handicraft classes with Kata Czenthe - making husk dolls and children's toys from autumn grains
"It's autumn time, Dömötör's day is approaching” - concerts and dance house with students and teachers of Óbuda Folk Music School
3pm-3.30pm Instrumental concert, learning autumn songs
4.30pm-5pm Concert of Shepherds' Instruments
6pm String folk concert, dance house music
Kéhli Restaurant's menu at Óbudai Társaskör
Blueberry deer ragout: 1900 Ft
Grape pie: 500 Ft
Small spritzer: 300 Ft
Elderflower and grape lemonade: 550 Ft / 5 dl
Marc 400 Ft / 3 cl
Óbudai Társaskör Café's menu
Strudel variations 350 Ft
Hot chocolate 550 Ft
Grill sandwich 500 Ft
Mimosa cocktail 500 Ft
The programs and exhibitions of the museum are free of charge and the event will be held even in bad weather.
Organizer: Óbudai Társaskör, Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism, Óbuda Folk Music School
Sponsor: Municipality of Óbuda-Békásmegyer