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      New Brunswick Press Release
    New Brunswick, NJ
    Posted on: 16th January, 2004, By: Webmaster

    New Brunswick, NJ--Hungary's national dance takes center stage at the State Theatre in Csárdás-The Tango of the East, a colorful extravaganza of living history. Set to fiery gypsy music, the performers and musicians of the Budapest Ensemble bring centuries of tradition to life...
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      Imagine ´Riverdance´ Via the Danube
    By JENNIFER DUNNING
    Posted on: 16th January, 2004, By: Webmaster

    The Budapest Ensemble calls its touring folk dance program "Csardas: The Tango of the East." A producer of the show readily volunteers comparisons with the popular Irish revue "Riverdance."
    Clearly, a few bets are being hedged here. But scratch the surface of the marketing campaign and genuine...
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      PLAIN DEALER DANCE CRITIC
    By WILMA SALISBURY
    Posted on: 16th January, 2004, By: Webmaster

    The national dance of Hungary would never be mistaken for a sexy Argentine tango. Yet, the Budapest Ensemble made a case for calling its touring show "Csárdás: Tango of the East." The rousing folk production, which was presented by Belkin Productions last night at Lakewood Civic...
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      PRIDE OF PLACE HUNGARY'S NATIONAL DANCE INSPIRES LATEST REVUE
    By Judy Hevrdejs
    Posted on: 16th January, 2004, By: Webmaster

    http://chicagotribune.com/ Chicagoans have found a place on their dance floors for the swing, the polka, Irish step dancing and the tango Now Kalman Magyar hopes we fall in love with the ...
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      CSARDAS! in Sarasota, FL
    By Erika Borsos
    Posted on: 16th January, 2004, By: Webmaster

    "CSARDAS! Tango of the East" folk-dance and music production played for an audience of 1,300 (filled to capacity) large circus tent on the Sarasota Bayfront. The "tanc-haz" theme which opened and ended the show . . . was a folk-enthusiast's "dream-come-true"! Highly energetic and fresh 20+...
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      Csárdás: The Tango of the East' at the Chicago Theatre
    BY HEDY WEISS SUN-TIMES DANCE CRITIC
    Posted on: 16th January, 2004, By: Webmaster

    The audience, grown giddy from all the sleek mustaches, boot-slapping and gypsy rhythms, followed the dancers and musicians of "Csardas" up the aisles and out into the lobby of the Chicago Theatre as the company brough its rollicking performance to an end ...
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      Bringing Hungarian Village Music to the World Stage
    By Peter Anick
    Posted on: 16th January, 2004, By: Webmaster

    A Conversation with Members of the Budapest Folk Ensemble Orchestra This interview appears courtesy of Fiddler Magazine, a quarterly publication covering all aspects of fiddle music. Upcoming issues feature the Budapest Ensemble (Summer 2000) and Gypsy fiddling (Fall 2000). For...
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