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24th European Convivial Winesong Festival and 10th Villány Premium Wine Muster

25-26 September 2020

Pécs-Villány

 

25th September (Friday)
 

17:00 Wine-songs all over the world, @Diófás square, Villány 

With the festival participants and soloists.

 

18:00 Cellar concerts
 

Crocus Gere Wine Hotel (Villány, Diófás tér 4-12.)

Szélkiáltó Ensemble – Pécs, Hungary
 

Blum Winery (Villánykövesd, Pincesor 4-5.)

Béla Bartók Male Choir – Pécs, Hungary
 

Polgár Winery (Villány, Hunyadi J. u. 19.)

Zengő Ensemble – Pécs, Hungary
 

Szende Winery (Villány, Baross G. u. 85-87.)

Vivat Bacchus – Pécs, Hungary
 

Lelovits Winery (Villány, Baross G. u. 101.)

Demeniv Mihály accordion virtuoso – Budapest, Hungary
 

19:30 Gala concert

Bock Winery (Villány, Batthyány utca 15.)
 

Szabolcs Bognár bariton – Pécs, Hungary

Mihály Demeniv accordion virtuoso – Budapest, Hungary

Béla Bartók Male Choir – Pécs, Hungary

Vivat Bacchus – Pécs, Hungary

Szélkiáltó Ensemble – Pécs, Hungary

Zengő Ensemble – Pécs, Hungary

 

26th September (Saturday)
 

15.30 10th Villány Premium Wine Muster

Wine tasting: in advance 3990 HUF /on the spot 4990 HUF
Ticket presale is available at Zsolnay Cultural Quartter Ticket Office and on jegymester.hu.

 

18.00 Feast of Wine and Song

Participants:

Béla Bartók Male Choir – Pécs, Hungary
Mecsek Choir – Pécs, Hungary
UP University Choir – Pécs, Hungary
Zengő Ensemble – Pécs, Hungary
Szélkiáltó Ensemble – Pécs, Hungary
Misina Folk Dance Ensemble – Pécs, Hungary
Somogy Band – Kaposvár, Hungary
Mihály Demeniv accordion virtuoso – Budapest, Hungary
Szabolcs Bognár bariton – Pécs, Hungary
Szabolcs Csajághy tenor – Pécs, Hungary

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24th European Convivial Winesong Festival Day 1
25. September 2020. - 17:00
Villány-Siklós Wine Route
24th European Convivial Winesong Festival Day 2
26. September 2020. - 15:30
Zsolnay Cultural Quarter| 7626 Pécs, Felsővámház u. 52.

Wine goes hand in hand with songs
in every culture, but only the hungarians
have “winesongs” – you would think so.