Sültü Band had the privilege of playing at a very special wedding on Saturday, October 1. The unique venue of the nuptials was a historic early medieval church dating back to the 12th century, which had once belonged to the now extinct village of Gercse. The church occupies the middle of a clearing at the foot of Hármashatár hill in the undulating landscape of Budapest’s northeastern periphery.
Here there are! Sültü Band’s new music videos for Swift Hungarian Dance, Belt Dance, Gregory Dance and Hand Dance. Moldavian Csángó folk music by András Benkő and Sültü Band was featured among a diverse plate of live concerts on the main stage of the the 17th annual Museums’ May Day Festival 2012, hosted by the Hungarian National Museum on May 19 and 20.
With several hundred participants in attendance, the Roman Catholic Our Lady of the Stone (Kövi Szűz Mária) Church celebrated its Parish Day on June 5, 2010. Offering an exciting palette of family-oriented activities which included a traditional Moldavian barn dance, the event took place on the northernmost tip of Hajógyári-sziget, an island in the river Danube named for the shipyards it used to accommodate in the Budapest district of Óbuda.