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Music Program of the Kőszeg Sounding Well
Pál Göttinger: Hay Dogs - Premiere of the Kőszeg Castle Theatre
Date: 28 of April 2022 at 7 (pm) Venue: Jurisics Castle Knight's Hall - Kőszeg H-9730 Rajnis st. 9. The event will be held in Hungarian!
Dániel Váczi (iASK) won the Guthman Instrument Competition
With his Group, the Glissonic Trio, he also gave a concert at the Kőszeg Sounding City Festival.
Talking Colours - Presentation of Tamás Fejérdy's new book
Venue: FUGA - Budapest H-1052 Petőfi Sándor utca 5. Date: 17 November 2021, Wednesday at 5.00 pm
Kőszeg Sounding City - Inner Soundwalk - Collegium Sonorum
Hundred years old music from composers in Kőszeg.
Opening of the Hankiss Archive
Venue: Festetics Palace Kőszeg H-9730 Chernel st. 10. Date: 20 September 20, 2021 Monday 18.00 (CET)
European Workshop - Book Launches of iASK at the 92nd Festive Book Week
Date: Friday 03 September 2021, at 14:00 and Saturday 04 September 2021 at 15.30 Venue: Budapest, 1054 Vigadó sq. stage and Vörösmarty sq. stage
Call for Application for Individual Research Scholarships at iASK - 2023 
The Institute of Advanced Studies Kőszeg (iASK) invites applications for individual research fellowships for periods of 4-8 months between March 1, 2023 and December 31, 2023.
Key Issues of the Hungarian Past and Present - Video Series
The Institute of Advanced Studies and the Hungarian Council of the European Movement is working on a video-series about key issues of the Hungarian past and present in an international context.
The Pauline Monastery in Salföld is Being Rebuilt from Sounds
The sound map can be seen, heard, and read on the website of the joint project of MOME and FTI-IASK
Musical Advent Calendar 2020 by iASK
"Oh come, oh come, Savior ”(17th-century German folk-song) Performer and composer: Zoltán Mizsei (iASK)
Everyday life of a military schoolboy in Kőszeg - In the light of Ottlik's "School at the Frontier" novel
Lecturer: Péter Bokányi (literary historian, iASK) Date: 14th December 2020 at 6. p.m.  The lecture will be accessible by online streaming on the Facebook-page of iASK!