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  • GG TÁNC EGER: Carnations and Roses
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  • GYŐRI BALETT: PianoPlays
    GYŐRI BALETT: PianoPlays
  • MINDEN, AMI TÁNC
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  • MADÁCH SZÍNHÁZ TÁNCEGYÜTTESE: SHAKESPEARE: AHOGY NEKÜNK TETSZIK
    MADÁCH SZÍNHÁZ TÁNCEGYÜTTESE: SHAKESPEARE: AHOGY NEKÜNK TETSZIK
DAY 7,  24 JUNE 2018
PLACE JOHN PAUL II (OPEN AIR)

18.00

CUBAN SALSA NIGHT – DANCE ON THE SQUARE!
SALSA LEADER: KÁROLY FUTÓ, GYŐR

Free

GRAND STAGE

19.00

DANCERS OF THE EXPERIDANCE PRODUCTION PRESENT
A CHOREOGRAPHY BY SÁNDOR ROMÁN
THOUSAND AND ONE YEARS

Hair and make-up stylist: PETRIK Gitta Lili
Sound: KUPCSIK Bertalan
Costume: DEBRECZENi Ildikó
Muisc: ROSSA László, GÖMÖRY Zsolt, CZOMBA Imre, valamint a GHYMES
Light: SZIMEISZTER Balázs
Scenery: HÚROS Annamária
Dramaturge: MORCSÁNYI Géza
Producer: VONA Tibor
Director and choreographer: ROMÁN Sándor

Danced by

The Creator: PATONAI Norbert
Lucifer: ÚJSZÁSZI András
Adam: KOVÁCS Richárd
Eve: TÓTH Nikolett
Angels: SZABÓ Dániel, GÖRÖG Zoltán, MOLNÁR Edina, BOROS Bettina, TORMA Zsolt
Devils: HOLMAN Enikő, JOÓ Viktória, STANA Alexandra, RESZNEKI Domán, DÉNES Nándor
As well as: FELFÖLDI Máté, HORVÁTH Dóra, KOLLER Nikolett, MAGYAR Lili, NÉMETH Liza, PÉLI Róbert, PÉNTEK Dominik, RIMÁR Izabella, SZILÁGYI Zita, SZŰCS Gergő, TÓTH Klaudia, TÖRÖK Fanni, ÖSTÖR Ákos, VERES Tamás, ZELEI Ákos

The eternal struggle between the Good and the Bad, Man and Woman reflected in the stormy centuries.

The past of Hungary, balancing on the boundary between the historic East and West, is uniquely rich. The debuting show of ExperiDance Production presents this richness, the majestic and harrowing moments in 21 short dance performances in this piece with an ecstatic atmosphere. In a unique interpretation of history, the fate of our nation is shaped, in addition to a fight between angelic and demonic forces, by the eternal conflict between men and women, but the real main characters of every scene are hope and a determination to survive. In addition to Hungarian, gypsy and Transylvanian folk dances, we also perform the dances of our more distant neighbours, the Turks, Germans and Russians.

2 x 55'
Ticket prices: 3.500, 4.500, 5.500 HUF

PLACE JOHN PAUL II (OPEN AIR)

21.00

CUBAN NIGHT WITH
BARRIO LATINO

Mario OCHOA - vocal
TOMPA Ákos - trumpet, vocal
Abbas MURÁD - trombone, vocal
BODZSÁR Tamás - piano, vocal
KABOLDY András – bass guitar
LASKAY Péter - drum
SZABÓ Csaba – conga

Formed in 2008, Barrio Latino is the first Timba orchestra in Hungary. There were several musicians and singers working with the group for the past years, but with the renewal of the project in 2013 a new lead singer from Honduras, Mario Ochoa joined the band. The bands’ music was recognized by Grammy award winning sound engineer Michael Lazarus, and, as a consequence of this collaboration, Barrio Latino’s debut single has been released on the USA-based record label. Since then, the song has beed played by radios and salsa DJs in more than 50 countries all around the world. Even one of the famous hotels in Havana, Cuba (called Capri) used the band’s music in their promotional video.

KISFALUDY ROOM

21.30

DUNA DANCE WORKSHOP:
ROUND DANCE

Music: Márton BAKAI, dj PANDA
Costume: Zsuzsanna KISS
Light: Károly LENDVAI
Choreographer and director: Zsolt JUHÁSZ

Performed by
Katalin LŐRINC, Zsófia HORVÁTH, János APPELSHOFFER, Levente DIMÉNY,
Ádám FRIGY, Katalin BONIFERT, Fruzsina KRISTON, Zsanett FEHÉRTÓY,
Gyula András SOÓS, Norbert KOLUMBÁN

This contemporary folk dance show was inspired by Mihály Kornis’s farce written at the end of the 1980s. It is not the aim of this performance to pick on the Kádár-regime or to draw comparisons between goulash communism and today’s Hungary. The production expands Kornis’s snapshot, and by digging deeper into its pathology of the times, it attempts to make valid, current comments about what it means to be Hungarian today, and about the nature of the country’s history, which has turned into its fate. Hungary has been dancing in this circle for centuries...
Kornis’s characters are developed with various dance techniques and dance performance methods. Besides the folk dancers of Duna Dance Workshop, artists from various areas of contemporary dance help bring these characters to life.

60’
Ticket price: 2000 HUF