Indonesian choir holds concerts in Hungary

01 May, 2013

The Jakarta based Exaudia choir will visit Hungary in part of their European tour. They will hold concerts in Szekszárd, Pécs and Szeged.

Szekszárd (7 May)

University of Pécs, Illyés Gyula Faculty (Szekszárd, Rákóczi street 1.)

Time: 15:00

Pécs (8 May)

Pécs Art School (Pécs, Radnics street 9.)

Time: 18:30

Szeged  (9 May)

AGÓRA cultural center (Szeged, Kálvária avenue 23.)

Time: 18:30

 

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