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Ferenc Kiss is the inaugural winner of the Imre Makovecz Prize!

Photo report on events staged for the 80th anniversary of Imre Makovecz’s birth

Conference at the Vigadó’s Makovecz Hall

Memorial concert to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Imre Makovecz’s birth

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Ferenc Kiss is the inaugural winner of the Imre Makovecz Prize!

The very first award ceremony for the Imre Makovecz Prize was held at the Music Academy as part of a memorial concert on 20 November 2015. As per the deed of foundation for the prize, “The person worthy of the prize shall be one that progresses in the footsteps of the country building spirit of Imre Makovecz with conviction, strong faith and consistent endurance; Cherishes the culture of Hungarians living in the Carpathian Basin; Safeguards relationships between Hungarian minorities living in different countries there; Cultivates all tangible forms of cohabitation with neighbouring nations; Further, this approach should be present in his or her day-to-day activities in an uncompromising manner along with the determination to pass it on to future generations …”

The six-member award committee unanimously awarded the price to “sound architect” Ferenc Kiss.

Conference at the Vigadó’s Makovecz Hall

A memorial conference will be held on 23 November to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Imre Makovecz’s birth. Titled “Understanding may lead to respect, to pride and to complete inclusion”, the event will be organized jointly by the Hungarian Academy of Arts and the Imre Makovecz Foundation.

Programme

Unveiling of an Imre Makovecz bust (sculptor: Márta Csikai), and a relief of

Dr. Flórián Kováts (sculptor: Róza Pató).

The international impact and appreciation of Imre Makovecz’s work

Presenters: Martin Drahovsky (Slovakia), Markku Komonen (Finland) and Jonathan Glancey (United Kingdom)

Current status of the design of the Church of Saint Michael; implementation opportunities

Presenters: Ervin Nagy (Hungary), Kelf Treuner (Germany) and Jordi Bonet (Spain, Catalonia)

Piano performance: Gábor Monostori

Memorial concert to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Imre Makovecz’s birth

In 2015, the final gala concert of the Seven Towers Festival will be staged as a joint production of the Festival and the Zugló Philharmonic Orchestra.
The concert programme will include Lamentate by Arvo Pärt and Songs of the Moon Manor House (Holdudvarház dalai) by Ferenc Kiss, a piece arranged by Csaba Vedres and staged as an Etnofon Zenei Társulás and Zugló Philharmonic Orchestra co-production.
Conductor: Pál Makovecz
The very first Imre Makovecz Prize will be awarded at the concert. The prize was founded on the initiative of the Imre Makovecz foundation and is awarded in cooperation with the Károly Kós association and the Hungarian Academy of Arts.

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