Those who would like to sit outside on warm, summer evenings to listen to good music together with others should visit the Hegyvidék Cultural Salon (2 Törpe St.), on the terrace of which excellent musicians will perform in the coming weeks. As part of the Music Budapest program series, clarinetist József Fritz and banjoist Pál Gáspár will perform classical jazz hits on Friday, July 7. On Saturday, July 8, Las Burekas consisting of Alan Arefiev (accordion, vocals, Boom Boom) and Caspar Thorpe (guitar, vocals, goat's nails), a duo combining Balkan and Eastern European folk music with Latin American groovy, will energize their listeners. On Thursday, July 13, two dedicated interpreters of Spanish, Argentine and Mexican music literature, singer Manuel Betancourt from Mexico and pianist Sebastian Ramirez will perform chamber music productions, and on Friday, July 14, one of the defining personalities of Hungarian ethno jazz, the wind player Mihály Borbély, will arrive with his trio on the terrace of the salon. The duo Cafuné (Anna Pataki – vocals, violin and Márton Stummer – guitar) playing traditional South American guitar music on Saturday, July 15 promises their audience "Latin American happiness and sweet melancholy". On Thursday, July 20, we can meet the Götz Saxophone Quartet, performing classical music masterpieces in jazz adaptations, on Városháza Square, then on Saturday, July 22, we can adventure with István Gyárfás (guitar), Igor Zonda (guitar) and Tamás Káldi (double bass) in the jazz world of the 50s and 60s. All concerts start at 19.00. In connection with the Music Budapest program series, an exhibition of community instruments and interactive spatial music await families every Saturday in July from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm at the Hegyvidék Cultural Salon.