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Pongrác Kacsóh gave Petőfi’s literary hero music that is very dear to us Hungarians. This programme hopes to start a tradition: we will offer regular matinee productions that can provide an excellent source of musical entertainment for the families coming to visit the Transport Museum, being built next door to Eiffel Art Studios. The Opera Children’s Chorus’s soloists, young chorus members, and of course our guests will spend an hour travelling down the road taken by Petőfi’s and Kacsóh’s characters with the leadership of Frigyes Andrássy, director and storyteller.

 

AUTHORS
Director
Mária Harangi
 
Editor
Andrássy-Neuenstein Frigyes
 
Choreographer
Adrienn Vetési
 
Head of the Children’s Chorus
Nikolett Hajzer
 
Artistic director of the HNBI
Dace Radina
 
Speech trainer
Hella Szabó
 

CAST
Story teller
András Kőrösi
 
The French King
Andrássy-Neuenstein Frigyes
 
Featuring (pianist, singer)
Krisztina Andrássy-Neuenstein
 
Featuring the
soloists of the Hungarian State Opera Children's Chorus
 
Also featuring
the students of the Hungarian National Ballet Institute

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