Workshop for the Choir of No.4 Primary School of Shekou Yucai Education Group ShenZen (China)

A two-week course was held in Budapest for the Choir of No.4 Primary School of Shekou Yucai Education Group ShenZen (China). Eszter Murányi and Ottilia Dorner were teaching the choir about the Hungarian music heritage and songs using the world-famous Kodály-method.

Morning lectures were followed by leisure activities in the afternoons, the choir visited the Museum of Fine Arts, the Liszt Academy of Music where they sang in the Grand Hall and spent the last weekend in Vienna.

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus hosted the closing ceremony and concert.


Photos in the gallery were taken by members of the group.


Bach to the Future 2019

“Bach to the Future” a conference on the future of classical music took place  in MÜPA Budapest. We were happy to participate and hear lectures by experts from Hungary and abroad.

The conference was organised by the Hungarian Music Council and Papageno, and will be continued next year.

More about the event on

Bach to the Future 2019 – Galéria



Violin Travel at ACDA 2019 / Kansas City

The 60th Jubilee! – National Conference of the American Choral Directors Association took place in Kansas City 27th February – 02 March.

So many people, great concerts, busy exhibiton days – we were very happy to be part of it, thank you for everyone who visited our booth and special thanks for the organisers for the fantastic event!


The new Presidential board of MUISZ (Association of Hungarian Travel Agencies)

On January 10, the new Presidential Board was established. The new President is Judit Molnár (managing director of OTP Travel), who leads the alliance with three vice-presidents.

Judit Molnár emphasized that the main task of the Association is to strengthen the advocacy, to update lobbying activities and to contribute to the successful operation of MUISZ member offices by organizing study tours, professional trainings, presentations, consultations and networking events.

The new Presidential Board of MUISZ (from left to right): János Szvoboda, Jozef Zakar, Zsuzsa Tukacs, József Jakus, Péter Takács, Ágnes Drégely, Judit Molnár, Attila Hajdú, Bálint Erdei, Veronika Békefi, Bence Prónay, Erika Nyúl (Violin Travel Ltd.), Tamás Banó, János Falus (photo: MUISZ)

Award-winner Budapest

We are happy to announce that Budapest is voted as the best European destination in 2019. Thousands of travellers from all over the world have voted for our beautiful capital – Budapest is number one on their travel bucket list.

For more information about the European Best Destinations Award 2019, click here.


‘Audible paintings, visible music’ – New Tour in the Museum of Fine Arts

‘Audible paintings, visible music’

 Private guided tour, led by an art historian, around the highlights of the museum, also featuring a private concert, complementing the artistic experience. This excursion is offered exclusively by Violin Travel.

Every Saturday, at 3.00 p.m (other dates for groups are available upon request, please contact us at

Duration: 1 hour 30 min

Tickets available at Violin Travel Ticket Office (1052 Budapest, Haris köz 1.)


Christmas Concert in Kempinski Hotel Corvinus

Narihito Mukeda (piano) and Aiko Heidi Dillon gave a Christmas concert in Kempinski Hotel Corvinus on 22 December. In the programme they played works of Kreisler, Dvorák and Elgar. The concert was part of the Concertini series.

Next concert in Kempinski: 29 December (Sat), 5.00 pm with László Váradi (piano).



Cooperation with Kempinski Hotel Corvinus: Concertini

With the Concertini series Kempinski Hotels create memorable experiences for guests and generate unique opportunities to meet young musicians. On  a regular basis, Kempinski will have young musicians to perform an about 20 minutes concert in the Lobby of Kempinski Hotel Corvinus.

The concerts start at 5.00 pm every Saturday afternoon. We are looking forward to see you there!

Mikola Ivanovich Roman (violin), Narihito Mukeda (piano)