Let’s play something!

Let’s play something! Collective games. Sonic games. Silence games. With gameplay rules. Playful game rules. Games without rules and games with rules that can be played with. Radio plays. Visual games. Game classics. Classical music games. Game music. Gamemasters. Game rounds. Playgrounds, us, them, everyone, together. Are you game?

Kiskomp by Soharóza at Transparent Sound Festival

We reap all the benefits that Zoom can provide for collective composition and improvisation.

CentriFUGA feat. Szűcs Dóra Ida

The CentriFUGA feat. Dóra Ida Szűcs concert is a multidisciplinary event. Each piece in the program is a new Hungarian composition, written with contemporary dance and movement in mind and dedicated to dancer Dóra Ida Szűcs.

 11:00 – Kiskomp by Soharóza

Join the ZOOM workshop → here


 18:00 – CentriFUGA feat. Szűcs Dóra Ida – Find stream → here and on our Facebook page

Join the ZOOM meeting after the concert → link.




Sound_Tracks is a (soon-to-be-released!) interactive encyclopedia of music, created by Berlin-based ensemble, DieOrdnungDerDinge.

Indoor Jogging

An interactive listening and sound-making experience by Germaine Liu and Christopher Willes of Toronto, Canada.

Bouncing Music

An elegant physics-based musical game and composition tool by Chinese creative developer, Wenzy.


A luminous 12-tone strategy game for two players created by Dániel Vaczi and Pál Dávid Lászlo.


Schubert & Co.

During the 150 years from Franz to Alexander Schubert, the idea of singing has radically changed; Franz wrote songs for singers, and Alexader works with artificial intelligence to produce singing lines.

01.15 19:30
Live MÜPA streaming

UMZE – Let Me Introduce You Pierrot

The text of Arnold Schoenberg’s 1912 classic, Pierrot lunaire, could have been penned by contemporary Hungarian poet Lajos Parti Nagy – and now at the request of the UMZE Ensemble, he has written just that.

01.16 19:30
Live BMC streaming

Budapest Improvisers Orchestra: Open Form #1

The Budapest Improvisers Orchestra (BIO) was formed based on a similar collaborative network. The ensemble of nine, called together by the initiative of Ernő Zoltán Rubik and Péter Ajtai in 2016, performs open-form works and free improvisations.

01.11 19:00
Online FONÓ event
discussion, lecture

Glass Bead Games

Musicologist FAZEKAS Gergely and his guests talk about music, collaborative games, the community of various art forms and the game rules of our artistic community and traditions.

01.12 18:00
Zoom discussion
discussion, lecture

MAO – Art Of Virus

During the spring Covid-19 quarantine, KornélFekete-Kovács had the idea of starting a unique musical experiment through an online international chain game.

01.14 18:00
Online screening and Zoom talk


2B, Artus, Art9, Budapest Music Center, Institut français de Budapest, Fészek Artists’ Club, Fonó Buda Music House, FUGA – Budapest Center of Architecture, For a Concert Hall Foundation, Gryllus Kft., Három Holló, Jazzaj, MoME, Müpa-Budapest, MuPATh, Örkény Theater, Pro Progressione, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music
Supporters and partners:
Ministry of Human Capacities Grant Management, Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung, Goethe Institute, Filharmónia Magyarország, Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, Institut für Neue Musik – Hochschule für Musik Freiburg, Instituto Cervantes, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, National Cultural Fund, Istituto Italiano di Culture, Austrian Cultural Forum, Pro Helvetia Schweizer Kulturstiftung, Papageno
Advisory board:
János Bali, András Csonka, Ádám Darázs, Gergely Fazekas, Judit Gaál, Balázs Horváth, Márton Illés, Orsolya Kaincz, András Kégl, Ernő Rubik, György Szabó, Judit Varga
Zsuzsanna Szálka (festival director), Samu Gryllus (artistic director), Gergely Fazekas, Enikő Nagy, Anna Novotny, Anna Tóth (communication), Gergely Nagy (graphic design), Orsolya Kaincz, Károly Füzessi (website), Fruzsina Feigl, Katalin György-Dóczy (event organizer), Gábor Valuska (photo, stream)