EAST – WEST PASSAGE

2017-10-21

January 3., 2012.
NYITOTT MŰHELY

Address: Hungary, H-1123, Budapest, XII., Ráth György u. 4.

6.30 PM: EAST-WEST PASSAGES: BOOKSHOW

Host: Zsófia Lóránd (Central-European University)
Participants: Kristóf Fenyvesi (University of Jyväskylä), Veronika Katalin Kasznár and Jolán Orbán (University of Pécs), editors of the book series / Gábor Csordás, director of Jelenkor Publishing House / Éva Karádi, editor of Lettre Journal / József Takáts (University of Pécs) and Attila Koszits (music and art critic).

The East-West Passage project from 2007 to 2010 was aiming to extend an ever-broadening perspective of the many-faceted culture of the Balkans. The full textual material of the Meeting at the Balkan Gateway International Interdisciplinary Conference is under publication in Hungarian language by the Jelenkor Publishing House. The first volume came out in December, 2011.

8 PM: AFTER THE BOOKSHOW: MIKLÓS BORBÉLY QUARTET CONCERT

Borbély Fenyvesi Márton

Kiss Benedek S. Kovacs Zsolt

Zsolt S. Kovács – drums
Benedek Kiss – bass
Márton Fenyvesi – guitar (2011 Prima Primissima Junior Award)
Miklós Borbély – sax (2011 Lakatos "Ablakos" Dezső Fellow)


Entrance fee: 500 HUF (you support the Nyitott Műhely with this Entrance Fee)

EAST-WEST PASSAGE

Balkan World Music Festival
&
Meeting at the Balkan Gateway
International Interdisciplinary Conference
2007-2010

International coordination, information: Kristóf Fenyvesi

 The East-West Passage project from 2007 to 2010 was aiming year by year to extend an ever-broadening perspective of the many-faceted culture of the Balkans.

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The two striking arches of this intercultural patchwork of world music concerts, art exhibitions, conference lectures and discussions were formed by the Balkan World Music Festival and Kelet-Nyugati Átjáró logothe Meeting at the Balkan Gateway International Interdisciplinary Conference.

 

The East-West Passage invited philosophers, literary and cultural critics, anthropologists, artists, poets and writers to encourage innovative transdisciplinary dialogues, reinforcing the 'gateway' role of Pécs, the organizing city which serves as a passage between Europe and the Balkans, between North and South, East and West.

The full textual material of the Meeting at the Balkan Gateway International Interdisciplinary Conference is under publishing in three volumes by the Jelenkor Publishing House (Hungary), editors: Kristóf FENYVESI, Katalin Veronika KASZNÁR and Jolán ORBÁN.

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East-West Passage 2010

Performers of Balkan World Music Festival 2007-2010

AJDE BRACO (HU) / BALKAN FANATIK (HU) / BALOGH KÁLMÁN GIPSY CIMBALOM BAND (HU) / BESH O DROM (HU) / BOBAN & MARKO MARKOVIĆ ORKESTAR (SRB) / BORIS KOVAC AND LA CAMPANELLA (SRB) / CIMBALIBAND (HU) / DUTAR (HU) / ESMA REDZEPOVA (MK) / FANFARE SHAVALE (RO) / ITHIKON AKMEOTATON (GR) / IVO PAPASOV & HIS WEDDING BAND (BG) / FABULA RASA (HU) / FANFARE CIOCÂRLIA (RO) / KING FERUS MUSTAFOV (MK) és a SÖNDÖRGŐ (HU) & HERCZKU ÁGNES & KING NAAT VELIOV (H-RO) / LAJKÓ Félix (HU) / LĀSZLŌ HORTOBĀGYI - GĀYAN UTTEJAK ORCHESTRA (HU) / MERCAN DEDE & SECRET TRIBE (TR) / MOSTAR SEVDAH REUNION - CAFE SEVDAH (BIH) / MYDROS (HU) / NAPLEGENDA (HU) / NEOFOLK (HU) / PAIZS-CSEREPES IPOMEA (HU) / SAMARIA VERSES (SK) / SERGENT GARCIA ACOUSTIC (FR) / VIZIN (HU) / VUJICSICS (HU) / YAKAZA ENSEMBLE (TR)

Participants of Meeting at the Balkan Gateway International Interdisciplinary Conference 2007-2010

Hiroshi ABE (Kyoto University, Japan) / ÁGOSTON Zoltán (Jelenkor, Hungary) / Oruç ARUOBA (Metis Yayınları Publishing House, Turkey) / Gabriela BABNIK (Slovenia, Mali) / BEKE Ottó (DNS) / BALÁZS Attila (Hungary) / BÉNYEI Tamás (Debrecen University, Hungary) / Carol L. BERNSTEIN (Bryn Mawr College, USA) / Richard J. BERNSTEIN (New School of Social Research, New York, USA) / BERSZÁN István (Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania) / BESZÉDES István (zEtna Publishing House, Serbia) / BICZÓ Gábor (Miskolc University, Hungary) /  BÍRÓ Eszter (Hungary) /  Blazsetin István (University of Pécs) / BÓKAY Antal (Pécs University, Hungary) / BOGDÁN Mária (Pécs University, Hungary) / BOGDÁN Jolán (Goldsmiths, University of London, Great Britain)/ BOROS János (Pécs University, Hungary) / BÖHM Gábor (Pécs University, Hungary) / Igor BRLEK (Slovenia) / Mitja ČANDER (Slovenia) / Artur CELINSKI / Ruxandra CESEREANU (Romania) / Marcel COBUSSEN (Leiden University, Hollandia) / CSORDÁS Gábor (Hungary) / Aleš DEBELJAK (CCRS, University of Ljubljana - Slovenia) / Nedjeljko Fabrio / Erica JOHNSON DEBELJAK (USA - Slovenia) / Daša DRNDIĆ (University of Rijeka, Horvátország) / György DRAGOMÁN / Wilhelm DROSTE / DUPCSIK Csaba (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) / DURST György (Hungary) / Panos ELIOPOULOS (Olympic Center of Philosophy and Culture, Athens, Greece) / FABÉNYI Júlia (Hungary) / FEISCHMIDT Margit (Pécs University, Hungary) /  FENYVESI Kristóf (Pécs University, Hungary - Jyväskylä University, Finland) / Maurizio FERRARIS (Univeristy of Turin, Italy) / FOGARASI György (University of Szeged, Hungary) / GÁLLOS Orsolya (Hungary) / GARAI Zsolt (Pécs University) / GÉCZI János (Pannon University, Veszprém) / GYÖRGY Péter (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) / Éva CS. GYIMESI (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania) / HAÁSZ Katalin (Hungary) / HADAS Miklós (Corvinus University, Hungary) / Rainer J. HANSHE (CUNY Graduate Center, USA) / HALMAI Tamás (Hungary) / HASANOVIĆ-KOLUTÁCZ Andrea (Pécs University, Hungary) / HAVASRÉTI József (Pécs University, Hungary) / HÁZAS Nikoletta (ELTE) / HELLER Ágnes (Hungarian Academy of Sciences - New School of Social Research, New York - USA) / HETESI Ildikó (Belgium, Hungary, Germany) / HORVÁTH Györgyi (ELTE) / HORVÁTH Viktor / KÁLMÁN C. György (Institute for Literary Studies of Hungarian Academy of Sciences) / KARÁDI Éva (Lettre International, Hungary) / KISFALUDY András  (Hungary) / KISS Attila (Szeged University, Hungary) / KORODI Luca (Hungary) /  KOVÁCS Balázs  (Pécs University, Hungary) / KOVÁCS Éva Judit (University of Pécs) / KOZMA György (University of Jewish Studies, Hungary) / KUKORELLY Endre / Tuuli LÄHDESMÄKI (University of Jyväskylä, Finland) / LÁNGH Júlia (Hungary) / LÓRÁND Zsófia (Central European University, Hungary) / LOSONCZ Alpár (University of Novi Sad, Serbia - University of Szeged) / LOVAS Ildikó (Hungary, Serbia) / Jasmina LUKIĆ (Central European University, Hungary) / M. CSÁSZÁR Zsuzsa (Pécs University, Hungary) / MÁRTON László / MEDVE A. Zoltán (Eötvös József College, Hungary) / MEKIS D. János (Pécs University, Hungary) / MÉSZÁROS Sándor (Kalligram) / NÉMETH Gábor (Hungary) / Irina NOVIKOVA (Center for Gender Studies, Latvia) / NYÍRŐ Miklós (Miskolc University) / Mirja OKSANEN (Jyväskylä University, Finland) / ORBÁN Jolán (Pécs University, Hungary) / ORCSIK Roland (Hungary) / Dramaneo OUTTARA (Slovenia, Mali) / P. MÜLLER Péter (Pécs University, Hungary) / PAP Norbert (Pécs University, Hungary) / Soo Young PARK (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South-Korea) / Vladislava Gordić PETKOVIĆ (University of Novi Sad, Szerbia) / PÓLYA Tamás (Pécs University, Hungary) / Nenad POPOVIC (Croatia) / RADÁK Eszter (Hungary) / RADICS Viktória (Hungary) / RAJSLI Emese (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) / Veera RAUTAVUOMA (Jyväskylä University, Finland) / RUDAS Jutka (Slovenia) /  Ivana SAJKO (Croatia) / SAMU János Vilmos (DNS) / SÁNDORFI Edina (Hungary) / SÁRVÁRI Zita (Hungary) / SELYEM Zsuzsa (Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania) / Lutz SEILER / Gary SHAPIRO (University of Richmond, USA) / SIPOS Júlia (Hungary) / Gayatri Chakravorty SPIVAK (Columbia University, USA) / Aleš STEGER (Slovenia) / SZABÓ T. Anna / SZABÓ T. Levente (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania) / TAKÁCS Judit (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) / Zsófia Szilágyi (ELTE-Pannon University) / SZOLLÁTH Dávid (Jelenkor) / TARNAY László (Pécs University, Hungary) / Luigi TASSONI (University of Pécs) / Ivan Hristov TCHALAKOV (University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria) / Stephan TEICHGRÄBER (Universität Wien, Ausztria) / THOMKA Beáta (Pécs University, Hungary) / TOLNAI Ottó / TOLNAI Szabolcs (Hungary) / TÓTH Krisztina (Hungary) / TÖRÖK Erna (DNS) / TÖRZSÖK Erika (ECMSF/European Comparative Minority Studies Foundation) / V. GILBERT Edit (Pécs University, Hungary) / VAJDA Mihály (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) / Jarmo VALKOLA (University of Jyväskylä, Finland - University of Tallinn, Estonia) / VIRÁG Zoltán (Szeged University, Hungary) / Ugo VLAJSAVLJEVIC (Sarajevo University, Bosnia-Hercegovina) / VÖŐ Gabriella (Pécs University, Hungary) / HORVÁTH László Xavér (Xaver Gallery) / ZALÁN Vince (Pécs University, Hungary) / ZOMBORY Máté / ZSIGMOND Dezső (Hungary)

In 2008 the East-West Passage was an official event of the European Year for Dialogue Between Cultures, in 2009 an official event of the European Year for Creativity and Innovation announced by the European Union. From 2007-2010 the East-West Passage is an official event of the Pécs 2010 - European Capital of Culture.

East-West Passage 2010

International Coordination, information: Kristóf FENYVESI

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