‘Hungarian folk art passes messages from spirit to spirit, and although it has various ramifications, ultimately its unity is unbreakable,’ the chief curator of the folk arts and crafts exhibition titled SoulShapes Mihály Vetró says.
In addition to her work at the Bethesda Children’s Hospital, Hungarian psychologist and singer Klára Korzenszky gives fairy tale concerts based on children’s psychodrama and fairy tale therapy with her ensemble Klárisok. For her, being a singer and being a clinical psychologist are inseparable.
She came from the small Slovakian town of Somorja, then the ‘splendid statelessness’ took her far away. With her dreamfolk-style songs about the stories of our ancestors, Upper Hungarian singer Rebeka Méry wants to convey what she has brought from home.