Opening of the Tamás Cseh Archive
The Tamás Cseh Archive opened its doors in the the Majláth Palace, one of the buildings of the National Archive, on January 22nd, the day of Hungarian culture and Cseh’s 71st birthday (he died at 66 years of age).
Undersecretary János Halász gave the first speech at the opening, calling the songs “vital signs of resistance against the former regime.” Zsuzsanna Mikó, director of the National Archive, declared that the oeuvre of Tamás Cseh had become part of Hungarian history, and she noted that the collection would be distinctive due to its interdisciplinary character.In his contribution, Gábor Hanák, head of the archive, evoked the album Frontpass with a film-compilation and a short speech about the significance of studying the history of the Kádár-era through the oeuvre of Tamás Cseh. The event included a concert by János Novák, a musician who had worked together with Cseh.
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- Beöthy, Balázs