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Hungary Hearts


Even native Hungarians will notice something different at tonight’s performance by the traditional Hungarian State Folk Ensemble. “It’s another take on the folklore,” says Mària Ferencz, the group’s managing director. Unlike many ethnic performance groups, the 30 dancers and eight musicians in the ensemble strive for continuity in their work. Rather than present a string of regional dances, one after another, the troupe links pieces together with a narrative. “These are dances of the people,” says Ferencz, “but there’s a flow.”
Thu., March 1, 7:30 p.m.

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