Szent Efrém Napok

Saint Ephraim male Choir organized a unique event from 24 to 26 January at the ‘capital’ of the Hungarian Greek Catholic population: Nyiregyhaza, in Eastern Hungary. The three-day programme focused on the various branches and fields of Byzantine rite church art, including music, graphic arts, church history and liturgical philosophy.


Students and trainee priests of the Szent Atanáz Theology Institute performed Ludus Danielis, a well-known but rarely presented mystery play from 13th century France, Saint Ephraim Male Choir gave a concert with the famous Hungarian folk singer MARTA SEBESTYEN and NEKTARIA KARANTZI, an excellent and most authentic performer of Greek Byzantine liturgical music.

The event that is called ‘Saint Ephraim Days’ is planned to be an annual event that represents the most important cultural achievements of the Byzantine rite.

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