Zoltan Maga: From Budapest with Love | WVIA

Zoltan Maga: From Budapest with Love

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Airs Monday, August 27th at 9:30p, Tuesday, August 28th at 1:30a & 3:30p, Saturday, September 1st at 2:30p, Sunday, September 2nd at 12a, Tuesday, September 18th at 2p on WVIA-TV

Zoltán Mága: From Budapest with Love is a beautiful music and dance program introducing Hungary’s foremost violin virtuoso to PBS audiences. Zoltán Mága has performed in concert halls throughout Europe, and arenas on five continents before audiences who embrace his classical crossover style and endearing personality. Taped live in Budapest, November 2014, at the historic Vigadó Concert Hall located on the Eastern bank of the Danube River, Zoltán and his guest ensemble perform a heart-rending and exhilarating selection of familiar waltzes, wonderful arias and light classical pieces. Zoltán’s special guests include world-renown Albinian opera tenor Saimir Pirgu, Romanian soprano Valentina Nafornita, Russian soprano Natalia Ushakova, the 30-member Hungarian National Dance Ensemble, the Savaria Ballroom Dancers, the Szilver Ballroom Dance Group of Hungary, singers from the Budapest Operetta Theater, a 14-piece Budapest Gypsy Band and the Budapest Primarius Symphony Orchestra.

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