VERITAS Research Institute for History and Archives

Conference on pop music history

21 June 2017

The Subprogram for the Preservation of the Legacy of Hungarian Pop Music is organizing a music history conference as part of CSTP Feszt, which endeavors to present the last three years’ work of the NKA (National Cultural Fund of Hungary) Tamás Cseh Program. The title of the conference – “Looked upon from the Big Screen” – has been taken from Tamás Cseh himself, and refers to the influence of film and music upon each other during the Kádár Era. Eszter Zsófia Tóth, Senior Research Fellow at the VERITAS Research Institute for History, will be participating in the conference. The title of her presentation is “The Emblematic Clubs of the 1980’s and the Movies: An Analysis of the films Árnyékszázad (Shadow Company) and Rám Csaj Még Nem Volt Ilyen Hatással (No Girl Has Ever Had This Effect On Me)”.  

Location: A38 Ship (Buda side of the Petőfi Bridge), Budapest

Date: 10 AM on (Wednesday) June 21st, 2017


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