The richest heritage, unclaimed – Roma musical tradition in the Carpathian Basin and its wider region
AKVÁRIUM KLUB, ARANYHALL // october 6, 2018 17:30-19:00
Preserving the cultural heritage of a people, of a country is usually the task of the state. Who shall preserve the immeasurably rich and diverse Roma heritage, the heritage of a people without their own country or state? What can countries do, what can be done on international level? These are the questions this panel raises, along the discussion of the region’s Roma heritage – rarely discussed though culturally crucial.
- Katalin Langerné Victor – Deputy State Secretary for Social Inclusion at the Ministry of Human Resources
- Eszter György – researcher in REACH (RE-designing Access to Cultural Heritage for a wider participation in preservation, (re-)use and management of European culture) project, from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
- Péter Szuhay – curator and head of the Romani collection of the Hungarian Ethnographic Museum
- Matyáš Dlab – curator of the Audio Collection, Museum of Romani Culture, Brno