ImPulzus Weekend 1-2 April 2023 - ImPulzus

ImPulzus Weekend

1-2 April 2023

During the first ImPulzus Weekend, we are waiting for you with a variety of programs:

  • Children’s programs in Hungarian and English

  • Contemporary music performance with Viktor Magyaróvári (Kayamar)

  • Open day in English

  • Student concerts


The weekend programs can be visited free of charge, prior registration is required for children’s programs and open day classes.


1st April 2023

10.00 Musicery at ImPulzus – children’s activity with Lolita Berényi

Let’s form a children’s orchestra!

Musicery, designed for the 6-9-year-old age group, aims to develop children’s musical skills by learning to play instruments together.
The program is held in Hungarian, so registration is only available in Hungarian.

13.00 Contemporary music performance with Viktor Magyaróvári (Kayamar)

Let’s tune in to Őrségi Contemporary Music Days at ImPulzus

Viktor Magyaróvári got in the spotlight first in 2011 when he won the T-com’s advertising music-composing competition, the ReZene. When he was asked about who had sung the winning choir expanding more than 5 octaves from the soprans to the deep bass everybody was astonished. His answer was short: ‘Me. Alone.’

Since he graduated, he has been active both as composer and singer. At the very end of 2012 he finished his first self-composed and -sung CD, Music from the Wind based on the English lyrics of the Dutch poet, Robert Keder. His genre as a stage performer is the ‘multipart improvisation’ – with existing/ temporary choirs or with a looper pedal ( looper pedal: ‘allows the performer to record and later replay a phrase or passage from a song’). He teaches/sings 4-8 improvised parts from bass to soprano creating fully accompanied songs sometimes making even the audience sing.   

His ars poetica is ‘just to compose and sing and make people smile’ with his phrases without phrases.

17.00 Student concert

2nd April 2023

Open day in English

10.00-12.00 Children’s Play with Joyce Lau 

Joyce Lau offers a truly unique program that focuses on developing musical skills through vocal and instrumental games.
Depending on the number of applicants, you can apply for two groups, we are preparing separate sessions for 3-5 year olds and 6-9 year olds.

10.00-15.00 Piano with Nataša Lazić

If you haven’t been playing the piano yet, or only for a short time, and you would like to gain experience regarding what makes it so enjoyable for both you and others when you play, or even if you would like to develop further we wholeheartedly recommend Nataša Lazić, who is a truly friendly and efficient person.
My lessons are full of classical music as well as other styles, depending on the students’ wishes.
I’m excited to be in Budapest and looking forward to sharing my love for music with you!

11.00-15.00 Music Theory with Guido Roveda

For those who would like to learn to read music on a basic level, but they don’t feel that they have any experience in it.
After a few month we provide you some practice and rich knowledge in reading music and hints for musical thinking for an amateur.

“Knowing how to read, write and organize music, and knowing what lies behind the curtain of simple sound
is what makes the difference, what makes the musician a good one.”

12.00-15.00 Music Theory with Joyce Lau

If you want to learn the basics of music theory based on the Kodály method,
we recommend our program starting from the basics. 

She takes a holistic approach to teaching, balancing between the process and the outcomes
so that every tiny step can be life-enriching for her students.

The schedule of the open day will be discussed with the participants after registration.

17.00 Student concert

The best motivation comes from within. We’ll help you find it!

We think it is the school’s job to encourage. Our desires are born from experience, and our knowledge from desire.

Fundamental freedom rights, passage 12: Everyone has the right to sing!

Some people take 10-15 years to realize that music is missing from their lives. And some people come to ImPulzus first.