At MOMkult (18 Csörsz St.) on May 11, the Farkas Gábriel Band will recall the work of Péter Máté, one of the most popular performers of the 70s and 80s, with a formation supplemented by brass players and the string quartet of the Gödöllő Symphony Orchestra. On the 12th, the Budapest Strauss Orchestra, true to its name, will play the works of the Stauss family and their contemporaries. On the 18th, the Sárik Péter Trio and Mariann Falusi continue their hit series Jazzrequestshow in Hungarian, and on the 19th Balázs Zságer and his fellow musicians await those who like to immerse themselves in live, psychedelic electronic music. On the morning of May 21, pianist János Balázs and actress and singer Judit Halász will give a concert for the children, while in the early evening the student ensembles of the Solti György Music School, the Women's Choir made up of teachers and the Divertimento Chamber Orchestra will perform in the framework of a gala concert. On the 22nd, the University Symphony Orchestra will play the music of such successful, Oscar-winning movies as Schindler's List, Back to the Future or Ben-Hur. In the Hegyvidéki Cultural Hall (2 Törpe St.) on the 19th, the string quartet of the Budapest Philharmonic Society will perform a program in tribute to the work of the composer György Ligeti, who was born a hundred years ago. On the 21st at Lóvasút (64 Zugligeti Rd.), the Surján Chamber Ensemble will hold its season-ending family concert.