Melbourne's Hungarian Art Festival had been so successful that another would be held next year, the founder and president of the festival, Mr Kalman Solymossy, said last month. Mr Solymossy, 32, wrote and choreographed - and danced in - the ballet, The White Elk, which 7000 people saw at three performances during the festival. Maria palfia, 26 (right), who escaped from Hungary during the 1956 revolution, and Australian-born Gaye Smith, 22, apply their makeup before a performance of The White Elk. They were princesses in the ballet
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