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Hungarian National Ballet: Triple Dance

Hungarian National Ballet: Triple Dance

14th October, 2018
7.00 pm

Müpa Budapest — Festival Theatre
Sponsors:
An event jointly organized with Hungarian State Opera.

Ticket prices: 2900 Ft, 3500 Ft, 4500 Ft

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Komor Marcell utca 1.
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Hungarian National Ballet: Triple Dance 
Photographer: Attila Nagy

Hungarian National Ballet: Triple Dance

  1. I.: Walking Mad
  2. Music: Arvo Pärt, Ravel
  3. Production design: Johan Inger
  4. Lighting: Erik Berglund
  5. Dance coach: Carl Inger
  6. Dance and production coach: Yvan Dubreuil
  7. Rehearsal coach: Angéla Kövessy, György Szirb
  8. Choreographer: Johan Inger

  9. II.: Bedroom Folk
  10. Music, sound: Ori Lichtik
  11. Lighting: Thierry Dreyfus
  12. Costumes: Rebecca Hytting
  13. Dance and production coach: Olivia Ancona
  14. Rehearsal coach: Marianna Venekei
  15. Co-creator: Gai Behar
  16. Creator: Sharon Eyal

  17. III.: The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude
  18. Music: Schubert
  19. Set, lighting: William Forsythe
  20. Costumes: Stephen Galloway
  21. Dance coach: Amy Raymond, Agnes Noltenius
  22. Rehearsal coach: Edit Rujsz
  23. Choreographer: William Forsythe

Three choreographies on the same evening, by three seminal artists of modern ballet, Johan Inger, Sharon Eyal, and William Forsythe. With new forms of movement and individual outlooks, all three pieces salute the classical tradition and technique.
Balanchine was the model, for instance, for the American William Forsythe. Characteristically taking the classical technique as the starting point of his works, Forsythe is not shy of extremes when it comes to developing on it. The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude is a case in point: made for three male and two female dancers, it alternates between solos, duets, trios, and ensembles, set to the virtuosic and sublime last movement of Schubert’s “Great” Symphony in C major.
Walking Mad, said creator Johan Inger, is a journey in the course of which “a journey in which we encounter our fears, our longings and the lightness of being.”

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