Throughout the age of Communist the modern music was censored. After that the modern Hungarian music start to develop and lot of Groups and Artists begin to express themselves. The modern genres begin to take places in the post Soviet era, as Rock, Jazz, etc.
Hungarian Radio broadcasts three radio services of nationwide value. Radio 3 uses more serious programs, both spiritual and intellectual. The Austrian nationwide station OE1 that brings show broadcasts from the Vienna State Opera and the Vienna Radio Symphony along with the country’s numerous music festivals. It plays orchestral music, operetta, opera and film music. The station has thematic programs every working day night at 2o pm CET.
RMF Classic (the Radio Music Element) relays a really wide range of classical music, alternated with movie and folk music. No commercials. On the effort of and sponsored by the Tuscan Area this classical station began in 2003. To understand the programs in advance it is possible to subscribe to a yearly membership. Klara (previous VRT3) is the significant Flemish classical radiostation. 24/7 on air. No commercials, heterogeneous, interesting programs in Dutch language.
The tradition of Bartók, talked about above with regard to pianists, can be discovered in the case of violinists too. The two sonatas for violin and piano premiered by Jelly Arányi are perhaps too seldom carried out, but the two violin rhapsodies made up for József Szigeti and Zoltán Székely and the Violin Concerto for Székely have actually ended up being requirements in the repertoires of Hungarian violinists.