A born musician, Rózsa began studying the violin at age five and became steeped in the folk music of his native land, an influence that could be detected in much of his later work. He began scoring films for fellow Hungarian Alexander Korda in England in the 1930s and went with him to Hollywood to make The Thief of Bagdad (1940). Rózsa’s work ranges from the The Jungle Book (1942) to Spellbound (1945), Julius Caesar (1953), Ben-Hur (1959) and El Cid (1961).
HOUSE OF HUNGARY is open Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Come visit, you will have the opportunity to meet your fellow Hungarians and guests from around the world.
Want to be a host or hostess to serve coffee and homemade pastries?
Please pick a Saturday or Sunday and email to email@example.com. The Custodian will be there at 11:30 to help you.