The Hungarian Cultural Week in Ghana takes place in Hotel Kempinski, Rockstone's Office and the Alliance Francais between 10-18 March.
The Hungarian Embassy in Ghana has organised the Hungarian Cultural Week as part of its Independence Day celebration (March 15), and Hungary’s foreign policy strategy "Opening to the South", which led to the reopening of the Hungarian Embassy in Accra in April 2016.
The week involves a number of business and cultural events, including a children's cultural programme taking place at Rockstone’s Office from March 12-14. Each day from 4pm there will be children’s workshops, e.g. light painting, Hungarian children games, workshops with books by Hungarian authors, etc.
Also at Rockstone's on March 12, 13, and 14, will be a mini Hungarian Film Festival from 8pm where Hungarian movies "Liza the Fox-Fairy", "The Citizen" and "The Balaton Method" will be screened.
The week will culminate in the Connection Concert at Alliance Française on March 17 where Hungarian musicians will unite their forces with Accra’s music legends in order to create a totally unique musical experience.
Hungarian urban folk band Zuboly will perform alongside Wanlov; The Kubolor and Stevo, the Kologo player. Sena Dagadu and her band join forces with Ghanaian megastar VVIP, and she has also invited Worlasi, young rising star and Ghanaian horn and guitar players, to perform with her. Hungarian-Ghanaian band RedRed, comprising well known Ghanaian rapper-singer M3NSA and Hungarian music producer Márton Élo, will perform alongside popular Ghanaian musicians Gyedu Blay Amboley and Tumi Ansah. This exciting event is not to be missed!
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