More than seventy juvenile Ruthenian „tradition-guard” took part of the Hungarian folk music and dance talent seeker, Fölszállott a páva. Children between age of six and fourteen were helped by the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid. A documentary filmed the journey from the war-stroked Ukraine to the selecting stage at Budapest. It will be shown at Duna Television on Sunday from 13:15 – watch it if you can!
Kovács Dániel is one of the competitors who got to Budapest with the help of the Hungarian Reformed Charity Service. He had already got into Nyilas Misi Scholarship Program, too.
Dániel Kovács– Mezővár, Ruthenia
„I got a violin to my third birthday and I enrolled to the Artistic School of Mezővár at my age of four.”
Dániel Kovács came from Ruthenia, he has three brothers, and his parents are cantors. Bible has always played a central role in his family, for them faith provides support. For Dani, those who have faith are more self-confident. It helps in playing music; however persistence is at least as necessary as faith in preparing. Recently when he is praying, he prays for strength for the talent seeker. As we watch him, we found he got it…