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We brought this panorama of Hungarian dance ensembles to life in 2013 with the name Pas de Trois ‘13. Under the aegis of this original initiative, the Ballet Company of Győr and Ballet Pécs made guest appearances in the home of the Opera’s ballet ensemble. Then, in 2014, the Szeged Contemporary Ballet Company also joined the event, with the programme appropriately renamed Pas de Quatre, starting a tradition in which the country’s four greatest ballet companies can all be seen on one night.

Hostess of the evening: Ildikó Megyimórecz 

 

Tamás Juronics
Blue

Authors
Choreographer: Tamás Juronics
Co-choreographer: Sándor Kurucz / Gergely Czár
Music compiled by: Mátyás Demkó
Lighting designer: Ferenc Stadler
Costume designer: D'ANGE

 

Sol León & Paul Lightfoot / P. Prado / A. Dominguez / E. Lecuona / R. Barretto / Trio Los Panchos
Sad Case

Choreographer: Sol León/ Paul Lightfoot
Music: Perez Prado / Alberto Dominguez/ Ernesto Lecuona/ Ray Barretto/ Trio Los Panchos
Lighting designer: Tom Bevoort
Set and costume designer: Sol León / Paul Lightfoot
Co-stager: Menghan Lou
Company répétiteurs: Marianna Venekei

 

Lóránd Zachár / Balázs Vincze / Sándor Szokolay
Ballad of loathing

Dancers: Karin Iwata, Marina Pérez Ahedo, Frank Edina, Kis Jana Luca,  Szendrey Rebeka, Balogh Csongor, José Blasco Pastor, Koncz Péter, Matola Dávid, Molnár Zsolt Harangozó-díjas, Szabó Márton, Varga Máté 

Authors
Choreographer: Lóránd Zachár
Co-choreographer: Balázs Vincze
Assistant to the choreographer: Katalin Újvári
Composer: Sándor Szokolay
Dramaturg: Teodóra Uhrik
Costume designer: Viktor Kozarics

 

András Lukács
Tabula rasa

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