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Set in the Roman Empire around 74 BC, Spartacus was László Seregi's first true full-length ballet, which at one stroke became a milestone in Hungarian dance life. Since 1968, one generation after another has enjoyed the historically themed choreography, which treats the story of the ancient slave revolt in such a way that its true message is not the rebellion itself, but rather human emotions and choices under pressure. “The subject will remain an eternal one for as long as people are being tormented, killed and treated unjustly, and for as long as there are people who wish to break free.” (László Seregi)
Choreographer: László Seregi
Composer: Aram Ilyich Khachaturian
Libretto after the novel of Howard Fast by: László Seregi
Costume designer: Gábor Forray
Costume designer: Tivadar Márk
Assistant to the choreographer: Ildikó Kaszás
Company répétiteurs: Cristina Balaban - Ildikó Kaszás - Ildikó Pongor - Irina Prokofieva - Attila Szakács
Conductor: Paul Connelly


Gaetano Donizetti LA FILLE DU RÉGIMENT Comic opera in two acts, in French, with spoken dialogues in Hungarian, with Hungarian,…

John Cranko / Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – Kurt-Heinz Stolze ONEGIN Three-act ballet by John Cranko, Based on the novel by…

Anna-Marie Holmes – Tamás Solymosi / Adolphe Adam LE CORSAIRE Classical ballet in three acts

Henry Purcell DIDO AND AENEAS Opera in three acts, one part, in English, with Hungarian and English surtitles

Johan Inger – William Forsythe – Hans van Manen – Sol León – Paul Lightfoot FRENETIC DANCE Four one-act ballet…

Georg Friedrich Händel – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart DER MESSIAS (MESSIAH) – concert Oratorio in three parts, without intermission, in Hungarian,…

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