Music Against Racism Christmas 2009 and Hanukkah 5770 in Budapest

15 December on the A38 ship (Petőfi bridge, Buda side) ZARE and Jewish Meeting Point organized Christmas 2009 & Hanukkah 5770 celebration.

The program included:

19:30 Balogh Kálmán and the Gipsy Cimbalom band
21:00 Fellegini KlezmerGipsy & Said & Polnauer Flóra

The concert is a part of the campaign of ZARE. Music Against Racism – ZARE is a Hungarian movement following the footsteps of British Rock Against Racism (RAR) and Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR). ZARE was established by the British Embassy Budapest, and it is now operated by Hungarian NGO Foundation of Subjective Values.

The aim of the movement is to take a stand against dangerous extremist ideas such as racism. Using the language of music, we hope to join people and stand up together for the rights and equality of all people, and support tolerance.

Christmas 2009 & Hanukkah 5770

Celebrate together!

15 December on the A38 ship (Petőfi bridge, Buda side)

19:30 Balogh Kálmán and the Gipsy Cimbalom band
21:00 Fellegini KlezmerGipsy & Said & Polnauer Flóra

Organised by ZARE and Jewish Meeting Point.

Tickets available on the day for HUF 1500 or for HUF 1200 bought in advance.

The concerts are parts of the campaign of ZARE. Music Against Racism – ZARE is a Hungarian movement following the footsteps of British Rock Against Racism (RAR) and Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR). ZARE was established by the British Embassy Budapest, and it is now operated by Hungarian NGO Foundation of Subjective Values.

The aim of the movement is to take a stand against dangerous extremist ideas such as racism. Using the language of music, we hope to join people and stand up together for the rights and equality of all people, and support tolerance.

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