“In Transylvania we build churches and we fill them with life. We can show a good example to the whole of Europe by keeping our communities strong. We can prove that it is worth believing and rejoicing in the Lord”, said MEP Csaba Sógor in his celebratory speech in Cetatea de Baltă/Küküllővár at the consecrating service of the newly renovated church.
The prestigious Hungarian chamber choir from Transylvania, Vox Humana performed in Brussels upon the invitation of MEP Csaba Sógor. On Sunday, September 11th, the ensemble from Sepsiszentgyörgy/Sfântu Gheorghe sang works by important Hungarian composers at the Hungarian Catholic Mission in the capital of Belgium.
Commemorating seventy years since the artist’s death, an exhibition celebrating the life and work of composer Béla Bartók was opened in Brussels. The exhibition showcasing the work of the renowned Hungarian artist was organised by RMDSZ MEP Csaba Sógor and sponsored by the European People's Party. The opening ceremony took place at the European Parliament, on the 15th of September.
MEP Csaba Sógor opened a new exhibition entitled Hungarian Art Nouveau architecture in Europe on the 26th of May in the European Parliament. The exhibition showcases prominent buildings of several Central and Eastern European cities representing the Art Nouveau style, part of the Hungarian architectural heritage.
The Völgységi Museum of Bonyhád’s exhibition entitled “With my head held high - szeklers of Bukovina in Hungary - 1941-2011” was opened on Sunday at the Csángó Ethnographical Museum of Zăbala. The exhibition was earlier presented at the Fészek Tájház Museum in Siculeni, the Csíki Székely Museum in Miercurea-Ciuc and the Kriza János Ethnographic Society in Cluj-Napoca.
Csaba Sógor met with Hungarian minority leaders from Slovenia and the Hungarian ambassador in Ljubljana to discuss the situation of the Hungarian communities in Romania and Slovenia. The Hungarian MEP from Transylvania arrived in Slovenia on the 16th of October for the opening of his exhibition on Hungarian explorers entitled Encounters.
A new exhibition has been opened in the vicinity of the Siculicidum monument, at the Fészek Tájház Museum in Siculeni, diplaying photographs of Gyula Ádám illustrating the life of the Csángó people in Romania.