Interkultur Hungária

Gábor Hollerung is artistic director of the company established in 1998, which organizes national and international musical events worldwide, including the Budapest International Choir Competition, the Choir Olympics and the Zemplén Festival.

Interkultur Hungaria Kht. (Public Benefit Company) was founded in 1998. Its chief objective is to foster and promote Hungarian musical culture and to organise and manage national and international choir and music competitions and festivals both in Hungary and abroad, as well as the organisation and management of concerts and tours for the Budapest Academic Choral Society.
Their activity also covers the production and release of CD recordings, temporary publications and the organisation of choir camps, musical trainings and master classes.
The members of Interkultur Hungaria are the founders and organisers of the Budapest International Choir Competition, established in 1988. The public benefit company has been managing the event as a legal entity since 1999.
The company is a member of the Interkultur International Music Competitions’ and Festivals’ Association. Its dedicated staff manages events of the Musica Mundi international series all over the world (e.g.: Italy: Riva del Garda, Grado, Germany: Zwickau, Wernigerode, Pohlheim, Israel: Netanya, the United States: Fort Lauderdale FL).
They have been managing the Zoltán Kodály National Choir Competition since its first edition in December 1997 by the request of KÓTA – Hungarian Choir and Orchestras Association. In 2000 the Hungarian Ambassador to UNESCO and the Office for the French – Hungarian Cultural Year contracted them to organise a French – Hungarian Gala.
Since June 2003 the company is organising the Zemplén Arts Days (Zemplén Festival).

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