Posts Tagged ‘contemporary dance’

Premiere … Symptom (Tünet) Ensemble „Nothing Personal” Performance.


District II., 1-3 Jurányi Street – Budapest

In the coming month, on February, 25 and 26, 2022, the Jurányi Theater House will show approx. Celebrating its 20th Birthday, Symptom Ensemble has a new performance, Nothing Personal. This time, Réka Szabó, the world-famous director, deals with the topic of burnout with her film The Euphoria of Existence. The storytelling method of Ildikó Boldizsár provided inspiration for the trial process. Ildikó Boldizsár, use a storytelling researcher and the therapeutic method she developed to tour their stories in order to create their own tales and fairy-tale heros. In the play, Réka Szabó, Krisztián Peer and Dániel Szász create their own tales and their own fairytale heros who face their own inner demons. The composer-cellist Albert Márkos creates a sensitive musical medium for the story. The Symptom Ensemble recommends the performance in memory of Attila Szirtes.

Director: Réka Szabó
Performers and co-creators: Krisztián Peer, Réka Szabó, Dániel Szász
Composer, musician: Albert Márkos.

Tünet Ensemble has been an independent company operating in contemporary dance and theater since 2002. Their performances are at once thought-provoking, dramatic, childishly liberated and liberating. The company knows no genre boundaries, treating text, movement, music, visuals and special technical solutions as equal elements.

Ticket on the spot.

Sponsor: Ministry of Human Resources, Jurányi Production Community Incubator House

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Fairplay – Sports Legend – Városmajor Open-Air Theater – Budapest

A dance show about the sport!

District XII. Városmajor- Budapest

Sport and art makes our lives more colorful. These two sources are simultaneously displayed by „Fairplay”.

August 13, at 8 p.m. the Coincidance Dance Theater announces a new performance, the „Fairplay – Sports”  Legends at the Városmajor Open-Air Theater.

The performance is in honour in memory by remembering Julia Gyulai’s father István Gyulai (RIP), one of the most popular sports reporter and sports diplomat, former Secretary General of the International Athletics Association. His life was addicted to the world of sports, short-time futures won a total of 28 Hungarian championships, between 1961 and 1969. It was gold in the 1963 Universe and in 1965 it earned silver medal. He also attended  the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Int he 70’s he  chief – editor at the Hungarian Television Sport Division. (Editor’s remark … was lucky enough to work at the time being in the mid 70s together with him.)

The troupe was founded by Júlia Gyulai, Zsófia Székács and Norbert Potornai dancers in 2008. The name Coincidance derives from the English word ‘coincidence’ which means an incidential concurrence. The name refers to the organic combination of the two dancing styles and their harmonic fusion. The style of the troupe was born from unique merging of the European contemporary dance and authentic Irish step dancing. In her creations Júlia Gyulai choreographer uses the suitability of the dance for storytelling and the abstracted dramaturgy as organising principles.

The dance ensemble, which combines Irish stupa and contemporary dance, promises a special spectacle evening for Hungarians and foreigners.

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