Magyar
  • SZEGEDI KORTÁRS BALETT:  MENYEGZŐ

    SZEGEDI KORTÁRS BALETT:  MENYEGZŐ

  • MAGYAR NEMZETI BALETT:  FALLING ANGELS

    MAGYAR NEMZETI BALETT:  FALLING ANGELS

  • GERGYE KRISZTIÁN  TÁRSULATA:  KOKOSCHKA BABÁJA

    GERGYE KRISZTIÁN TÁRSULATA:  KOKOSCHKA BABÁJA

  • MARÓT VIKI ÉS A NOVA  KULTÚR ZENEKAR

    MARÓT VIKI ÉS A NOVA  KULTÚR ZENEKAR

  • INVERSEDANCE I  FODOR ZOLTÁN TÁRSULAT:  1956 - AJTÓK KILINCS NÉLKÜL

    INVERSEDANCE I  FODOR ZOLTÁN TÁRSULAT:  1956 - AJTÓK KILINCS NÉLKÜL

  • BARRIO LATINO

    BARRIO LATINO

  • HEVEDER ZENEKAR ÉS A  HÁROMSZÉK TÁNCEGYÜTTES

    HEVEDER ZENEKAR ÉS A  HÁROMSZÉK TÁNCEGYÜTTES

  • PÉCSI BALETT:  A CSODÁLATOS MANDARIN

    PÉCSI BALETT:  A CSODÁLATOS MANDARIN

  • RECIRQUEL ÚJCIRKUSZ  TÁRSULAT:  ADIEU!

    RECIRQUEL ÚJCIRKUSZ  TÁRSULAT:  ADIEU!

  • KÖZÉP-EURÓPA  TÁNCSZÍNHÁZ:  BARTÓK-SZTRAVINSZKIJ

    KÖZÉP-EURÓPA  TÁNCSZÍNHÁZ:  BARTÓK-SZTRAVINSZKIJ

DAY 6, SATURDAY, 24 JUNE

PLACE JOHN PAUL II (OPEN AIR)
 
18.00

PIANO NIGHT BY VÁRAY TAMÁS
– from classics to bar music –

Free

 
GRAND STAGE
 
19.00

HUNGARIAN NATIONAL DANCE COMPANY:
LIVING DANCE ARCHIVE

The value of the dance collecting activities of MARTIN György and his colleagues throughout Hungary and Transylvania was of great ethnographical importance on the history of dance exploration of Hungary and of Europe.


SATU MARE 

Ethnographic Consultant: Dr. RATKÓ Lujza
Costumes, Artistic Assistant: VINCZE Zsuzsa
Music Director: ÁRENDÁS Péter
Director-Choreographer: ZSURÁFSZKY Zoltán

Text excerpts in the show are presented by RÁTÓTI Zoltán from MÓRICZ Zsigmond’s “Collections from Szatmár”

Until the 70’s in Satu Mare they have collected and archived various dance cultures of many mall villages with the greatest attention (there are film recordings from more than 290 villages). After this noble and great work now it’s our task to vivificate these old and often forgotten cultures by adapting them to the theatre.

KALOTASZEG

Ethnographic Assistant: ÉRI Péter
Musical Director: ÁRENDÁS Péter
Costumes, Artistic Assistant: VINCZE Zsuzsa
Director-Choreographer: ZSURÁFSZKY Zoltán

This programme gives salute to the creators of the sound-film from Türe, to those Hungarian, Romanian and Gipsy characters, helping us to preserve this wonderful music and dance culture.

2 x 45’
Ticket prices: HUF 2,500, 3,000, 3,500

 
PLACE JOHN PAUL II (OPEN AIR)
 
21.00

CONCERT BY BUDAPEST BÁR

Budapest Bár will be on stage at the 13 th Hungarian Dance Festival in Győr on 24 June! Several eras, cultures and styles meet in the delightful music of this 10-year old versatile music group. A masterfully orchestrated gypsy band will accompany the excellent singers in their performance of heart-gripping and exhilarant songs. We recommend this frantic concert to all audience from teenagers to grandmothers, who long for an easy-going night with artistic values. Budapest Bár – a source of joy for open ears!
Budapest Bár Orchestra: FARKAS Róbert (violin, guitar), FARKAS Mihály (dulcimer), ÖKRÖS Károly (accordion, piano), FARKAS Richárd (bass), KISVÁRI Ferenc (drums)
Singers: BEHUMI Dóri, NÉMETH Juci, RUTKAI Bori, Frenk és Tania SAEDI

Free

 
KISFALUDY ROOM
 
21.30

GERGYE KRISZTIÁN COMPANY:
THE DOLL OF KOKOSCHKA

Choreography: GERGYE Krisztián, BENEDIKT Gloria
Music: Gustav MAHLER, Richard WAGNER, Arnold SCHÖNBERG, Max RICHTER, Igor STRAVINSKY, Sofia GUBAIDULINA, Alfred SCHNITTKE
Performers: GERGYE Krisztián, Gloria BENEDIKT, BARABÁS Anita
Puppet design: HOFFER Károly / Costumes: BÉRES Móni
Light design: VAJDA Máté / Video: KARCIS Gábor
Paintings used: VOJNICH Erzsébet, SZÜTS Miklós
Dramaturgist: MIKLÓS Melánia
Production manager: GÁSPÁR Anna
Production assistant: KISS Réka Judit
Director, visual concept: GERGYE Krisztián

The performance borrows its title from the Portuguese author Afonso Cruz’s book, The Doll of Kokoschka. However, where Afonso Cruz's iconic novel weaves fiction into the extravagant story of Oskar Kokoschka's life-sized doll of Alma Mahler, the dance production draws inspiration from the story itself.
"The painter Oskar Kokoschka was so smitten with his lover Alma Mahler that, when their relationship came to an end, he ordered a life-sized doll that captured every small detail of her. In an attachment to the letter he wrote to the puppet maker he provided a precise illustrated description, indicating even which wrinkles of the skin were absolutely essential.
Kokoschka, who did not wish to hide his passion, took walks around the town with the doll and even took her to the opera. Then one day, he got bored of her, he threw a bottle of red wine at her head and tossed her in the trash.” (Translation of the publisher's cover notes)
The production uses lifelike puppets, multiplying Kokoschka's gesture, and invites three emblematic figures of the 20th century onto the stage: the musical genius Mahler, the monumental painter Kokoschka and the Muse, the Femme Fatale, Alma Mahler.
Written in the present, the story of the dancing dolls evokes the memory of a time in which the fictional world still had an influence on reality. Perhaps we are reminded of the last moments of the 20th century, when the concepts of romanticism, expressionism and love were still valid - and muses were still able to kiss.
 
The performance is made possible with the support of the Austrian Cultural Forum. Special thanks to the Budapest Puppet Theatre and its workshops for preparing the puppets, and to Bernadette Reinhold at the Oskar Kokoschka-Zentrum of the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Robert Holzbauer.

 


65’
Ticket price: HUF 2,000