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Central Europe Dance Theatre
Young Choreographers’ Platform (YCP)
Young Choreographers’ Platform (IKF)
Dance Theatre in Education (DTIE)
V4 Young Dance Talents
Prince Blue Tit
Dance Theatre Performance for Young Schoolchildren
A man - woman - dancer stands in the empty space defined by the walls of the theater. Patiently looking forward to the spectators while they find their seats, so she can begin her revelation. His body and personality serve as a medium through which he opens up to a collective information channel.
Upon the request of the National Dance Theatre the Central Europe Dance Theatre (CEDT) undertook the preparation of two musical composition by Kodály, for which it invited music artists with significant international careers in the persons of Ditta Rohmann and Bálint Kruppa.
Bach Dance Suites
A new production is born of long years of cooperation between Ditta Rohmann Junior Primissima award winning cellist and Attila Kun Rudolf Lábán and Gyula Harangozó award winning choreographer.
Ever since the beginning, music and dance have been an indispensable part of human existence: accompaniment to our joys, our sufferings, to our everyday lives and our celebrations. Then as now, they have helped mankind develop, enrich and pass on its culture.
Wild rites and holy madness. The roll of drums around the fire, singing at the street carnival, the DJ’s rhythms at a night club; dance is honouring the suspension of the everyday, the transcendent, the world of instincts, freedom, the incomprehensible and, most of all, the eternal law. Dance is death.
Princess Of Colophon
The Princess Of Colophon retells the story of Arachne, the princess turned into a spider, who, confident in her new weaving skills, challenges Athena to a competition.
One of the most known poems of the christian culture meets Rossini’s music. Sharing the pain and bitterness, entering into the weak’s feelings is the most actual message in the 21st century. How can it be connected to the ones, who are surrounded by the ’Holy Trinity’ of investment, profit and stock?
Kérész in the Trezor series
No stage, no auditorium. Performers and spectators go through the evening as one community. While they talk at a table, the evening is enriched by continuous visual, musical, and theatrical action. Is it possible to preserve an ephemeral artistic creation for the future? Are the instantaneous and the eternal contradictory or are they the very same thing?
Gentlemen! (Inner Outlines)
„I am interested in Gábor’s personal story, his relation to dance, his past experiences and his senses in the present. I am concerned with the expectations towards men, with the male roles, the stereotypes and their appearance in different dance styles and in real-life situations.”
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