Mortality – destruction – re-created reality. A uniqueal triptych. The latest piece by Máté Mészáros, the member of the Belgian Ultima Vez company led by Wim Vandekeybus focuses on this special trinity. As his creative partners, he has chosen Hungarian dance artists studying in foreign schools or institutes or who are currently working abroad. A
unique conjunction and a special challenge for both dancer and artist.
Choreography: MÉSZÁROS Máté
With: DÁNYI Viktória, HORVÁTH Nóra, JUHÁSZ Péter, MÉSZÁROS Máté, MIKÓ Dávid, PORTELEKI Áron, VARGA Csaba
Music: PORTELEKI Áron
Costume: KALICZ Klára
Set: MÉSZÁROS Máté
Light: STADLER Ferenc, VAJDA Máté
Photos: DÖMÖLKY Dániel
Production manager: RÁCZ Anikó
Sponsors: Life Long Burning, Az Európai Unió Kultúra programja, Ultima Vez,
Trafó Kortárs Művészetek Háza
Photo by Daniel Domolky
The young Hungarian performance artists Bea Egyed and Milan Újvári present a highly physical, sometimes combative duet that explores the dynamics of love.
The two prod and push, dress and undress, and provoke anger and tenderness in each other. The duo appears as part of the upcoming new generation of Hungarian dance theater artists.
“Intimate, lyrical, unashamedly shy and also a fun addition to the seriousness of the confession that demented state, which is otherwise called love.”
(Livia Fuchs: Ketten Kétfelől, Élet és Irodalom, May 3. 2013)
„Love is complicated, isn’t it? In case you needed a reminder, the Hungarian duo
Radioballet has choreographed The Nature of Love.”
(Siobhan Burke, The New York Times, December 7. 2014)
Awards: Nominated for Rudolf Laban Prize 2014.
Choreographed and performed by: Bea Egyed, Milán Újvári
Text: Miklós Radnóti,Charles Bukowski
Assistant of dramaturgy: Máté Andrássy
Photo: Dániel Dömölky
Event description: presentation, open conversation
In case you need some guidance how to contact companies or apply and attend an audition. This presentation is designed to give you support on how to prepare and what to expect out of a dance audition. A guide to help you to be more accurate in your decision and sharper on the way to get it!
Kristof studied classical ballet at the Hungarian Dance Academy for nine years. During this period he received both national and international awards and scholarships. Since his graduation he had danced in several genres ranging from contemporary dance through circus to classical ballet and have worked with numerous companies. Among others these included Ballet Preljocaj, Cie Pál Frenák, Cirque du Soleil, Cullberg Ballet or most recently the Royal Swedish Ballet.
We would like to invite IDW Budapest 2015 participants to take part and have fun in this impro jam with live music by Gyík zenekar.
About Gyík zenekar:
Gyík zenekar was established in 2012, Budapest. With an one MC , two guitars and one looper pedal comparing to anything we play something different. We give concerts, perform on festivals and in 2014 we made our very first album.
We would like to invite IDW Budapest 2015 participants for a goodbye gulash dinner on Friday night in the garden of the building.
For vegetarians we will make some nice and fresh salad.
Chef: Noemi Acs
When: 20:30 – 23:00
Where: Garden corner of the workshop building
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