Müpa Budapest – Festival Theatre
1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca 1.
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Ballet Pécs: Vasarely Etudes – premiere

Ballet Pécs: Vasarely Etudes 
Photographer: Betti Borbás

Ballet Pécs: Vasarely Etudes – premiere

Müpa Budapest – Festival Theatre

28 May, 2021 | 7.00 pm

Free programme
Admission to the Bartók Spring's virtual auditorium is free of charge.
Programme booklet
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Performed by: dancers of Ballet Pécs
Featuring: Iván Kamarás, Atilla Kiss-B., Teodóra Uhrik, Éva Vári
Featured musicians: Anna Györfi – voice, Tamás Kéméndi – accordion

Music: Richárd Riederauer
Set: Balázs Cziegler
Costumes: Fruzsina Nagy
Lighting: Miklós Hepkó, Balázs Vincze
Assistant to the choreographer: Katalin Ujvári, Zsolt Molnár
Choreographer, director: Balázs Vincze

This production of Ballet Pécs, which celebrates its 60th anniversary, was inspired by the works of Victor Vasarely, who was born 115 years ago. Itself a part of the city’s fabric, the company attached great importance to evoking Vasarely’s home town in the anniversary performance, and the works of art that inspired the production’s visuals were mostly chosen from the holdings of the Vasarely Museum, Pécs.
These dance etudes, which reflect on the visual art, were choreographed by the artistic director of the company, Balázs Vincze, a holder of the Harangozó, Imre Zoltán and Seregi Awards. The stage set and the costumes were designed by two young but widely acknowledged, progressive artists, Balázs Cziegler and Fruzsina Nagy, respectively, while Richárd Riederauer contributed music to the production.

We would like to draw the attention of our audience to that the current pandemic regulations may also affect the online program of the Bartók Spring International Arts Weeks, the program and the dates of the events may change. For the most recent information, please visit our website and social media channels.

This performance of the Bartók Spring is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint event with the Ballet Pécs.

Müpa Budapest – Festival Theatre

28 May, 2021 | 7.00 pm

Free programme
Admission to the Bartók Spring's virtual auditorium is free of charge.
Programme booklet

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