Müpa Budapest
1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca 1.
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Danube Art Ensemble: Székely Gate – premiere

Danube Art Ensemble: Székely Gate 
Photographer: Tamás Végh

Danube Art Ensemble: Székely Gate – premiere

Müpa Budapest — Festival Theatre

6 April, 2024 | 7.00 pm

Ticket prices

3500–7000 HUF Tickets for this performance is being sold based on a dynamic pricing system.

Müpa Budapest
1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca 1.

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Featuring: Andrea Navratil – voice,Göncöl Band
Featuring from recordings: Izabella Caussanel – voice, Álmos Gáspár – violin, Sándor Csoóri Jr – viola, kontra, tamburica, Irish bouzouki, Péter Friderikusz – cello, Dávid Lakatos – double bass, Béla Szerényi Jr – tárogató, recorder, Patrik Sebestyén – trumpet, flugelhorn, Zsombor Herédi – harmonica, Botond Őri Kiss – piano, Márk Csernovszki – harp, Áron Horváth – cimbalom, Masato Okazaki – musical saw

Music editors: István “Szalonna” Pál, Sándor Csoóri Jr
Dramaturgy: Orza Călin
Set: Gábor Michac
Costumes: Borbála Winklerné Petri-Kiss, Rita Furik
Dance masters: Berta Módos Almásiné, Máté Módos, Balázs Sáfrán, Csaba Szabó, Ágnes Farkas, Beáta Gaschler, Áron Antal, Anett Nagypál
Dance troup leaders: Gyula András Soós, Katalin Bonifert
Choreographers: Tamás Farkas, Norbert “Cimbi” Kovács, Ignác Kádár, Zsolt Juhász, Orza Călin
Director: Zsolt Juhász

A Székely gate is a symbol of ancient power, faith, hope, belonging to God, a channel of communication between heaven and earth. Its three posts represent the unity of body, soul and spirit, and its carvings are symbols that render protection, grace and blessing.
The Danube Art Ensemble drew inspiration for its production from this wonderful, richly meaningful construction. The creators want this show to open a passage between two spheres, the sacred and the secular. The viewer is transported through space and time to the past of the Székelys, reviving their long-forgotten dances, recalling their origin and evoking major events in their history. The spiritual message of a Székely gate is ‘Blessings to you who enter, peace to you who leave.’

This performance of the Bartók Spring is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint event with the Danube Art Ensemble.

Müpa Budapest — Festival Theatre

6 April, 2024 | 7.00 pm

Ticket prices

3500–7000 HUF Tickets for this performance is being sold based on a dynamic pricing system.

Müpa Budapest
1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca 1.

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