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Magyar



ART PHOTOGRAPHY / Dance


In ancient times the contact between dance and the self became indirect as clergy got a leading part in life.


 

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Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet. Ballet of Győr, Koreographer: Robert North, Music: Szergej Prokofjev, dancer: Szabina Cserpák, Balázs Pátkai.
Joseph and his Brothers
Hungary Festival Ballet. Ivan Marko: Joseph and his Brothers
Antonio Márquez Compani
Antonio Márquez: Reencuentros, Movimiento Flamenco The Antonio Márquez Dance Company Márquez had learnt the basics of his dancing skills first at the school of the Spanish National Ballet, later with renowned Spanish masters. He rose to fame in his country with his leading roles in ballets, and his unique, soaring dancing style soon paved his way to an international career. His buoyant, passionate dance and his distinct choreographies make his performances unforgettable. Márquez’s Dance Company made its debut on 7 November 1995, in Seville, at the Teatro de la Maestranza, staging the show „Movimiento Perpetuo”. In 1997 they won the Award Nureyev; a year later they were granted the Italian „Taranto Award for Best Entertainment” and the Spanish „Award for the Most Valuable Professional of the Dance”. As a consequence of their brilliant performance at the 50th Havana Festival, their name got inscribed in the Golden Book of the History of the Cuba Ballet”. From 1999 on, the Company has been touring the stages of the World, e.g. the Monte-Carlo Opera, Madrid, Athens, and Japan, Brazil and France and Hungary.
Béjart, Elton-Berg
Béjart, Elton-Berg. Dancer: Karline Marion, Octavio Stanley és Stéphane Bourhis, Allan Fallieri
Béjart, Juan and Theresa
Béjart: Juan and Theresa The French-born Bejart set new standards during a career that spanned five decades, starting with his signature work, the 1959 staging of Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring," in which his dancers -- clad in sleek, shiny tights -- created an erotic aura with impulsive, natural movements that became a standard of …
Béjart, Le Teck
Béjart, Le Teck, Dancer. Catherine Zuasnabar, JulienFavreau. The French-born Bejart set new standards during a career that spanned five decades, starting with his signature work, the 1959 staging of Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring," in which his dancers -- clad in sleek, shiny tights -- created an erotic aura with impulsive, natural movements that became a standard of …
The Miraculous Mandarin
“Three apaches at their den force a young girl to stand by the window and attract passing men into the room, men who will later be brutally robbed by them. There are three seduction scenes. The first man to be lured up is a penniless old man. The second is none better. However, the third man is a rich Chinese. The catch is good, the girl tries to dilute him with her dance and the Mandarin’s zest for the girl is aroused, he falls passionately in love with the prostitute. The apaches grab and rob him, stab him with a sword, smother and strangle him, but without avail: the Mandarin in love remains fixated on the girl. To save the situation, by a womanly instinct, the prostitute agrees to fulfill the Mandarin’s desire: The Mandarin and the prostitute embrace passionately and with his longing fulfilled, he dies in an ecstasy of love.”
Splinters
Tamás Juranics: Splinters Stage-design and costumes: Zsuzsa Molnár Splinters, bits and pieces and fragments. Fragments of destinies, loves and lives that so often determine the whole, at times our whole life. A night, when the unreal plays a real role, thus enhances the chance for accidental occurrences. I do not wish to speculate on the big questions of life, nor to draw a lesson at the end of the show; my intention is to simply highlight the bits and pieces of human destinies, true and false loves, desires, every-day Mandarins, disappointments, broken hearts – splinters. Tamás Juranics.
Wisper of Angel's
Wisper of Angel's

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