Hungary: Adam Fischer on artistic freedom and responsibility

14 December 2012
Video recordings from ‘All that is Banned is Desired’:  

Adam Fischer was the speaker of the session ‘HUNGARY: ARTISTIC FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY IN THE AGE OF XENOPHOBIA’. He said:

“I want to speak here about the responsibility of artists, towards the freedom of art, the freedom of speech. How artists should use freedom and how they should be prevented from misusing this freedom. This is a moral question for all artists.”



This video clip contains Adam Fischer’s speech as well as an opera performance by Silvia Moi and Adam Fischer.




Information about this video clip
This video shows Session 6 on Day 1 of the conference ‘All that is Banned is desired’ held in Oslo, Norway, in October 2012.Speaker:Adam Fischer, Chief Conductor (Hungary)Performance:
Silvia Moi, Soloist at the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet (Norway)
Adam Fischer, Chief Conductor (Hungary)

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