Hungarian Connection Gala youth performers have been fortunate to meet, and on several occasions learn from or perform with world renowned artists.
A single captivating experience can have the power to inspire a child for a lifetime. Having mentors and role models who are outstanding artists and human beings is more important than ever.
Joe is dedicated to his strict ballet education and continues to work on his technique down to the finest detail. His passion, perseverance and motivation is outstanding. His discipline and professionalism is paired with a great spirit and playfulness. Joe loves costumes and props and of course being able to dance with all the girls in his class.
When children experience the treasures of foreign cultures they become captivated by the sounds, colors, dances and costumes at first, but they soon develop a general curiosity and thirst for more information and experiences. Having a positive image of faraway lands opens their eyes as become well educated, open hearted adults with an appreciation for the arts and cultural heritage.
Celebrate your roots and learn about new cultures with Hungarian Connection.
Unity brings harmony to humanity, see the beauty in the various colors around the world as you make the world richer by keeping your culture alive.
Our founder Alexandra Bain with her Tiny Team before their performance at Mayor Save Ly's inauguration in Elk Grove. CA.
Young ballerinas with Italian and French herniate admiring a traditional Hmong silver necklace on their new friend before stepping on stage at the Elk Grove Multicultural Festival.
The young Hungarian Connection artist taking class from Fabrice Calmels former principal dancer with Joffrey Ballet, Chicago.
Hungarian Connection has been blessed to have American children on stage keeping Hungarian tradition alive in the U.S.
We had so much fun on the red carpet with our furry friends. Join us next time!
100% of proceeds from the 2020 gala benefited dogs in need in the city of Del Rio.
Our young dancers had the opportunity to participate at a master class with BYU directorJeanette Geslison before performing with BYU dancers in Del Rio, Texas.