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1st StepsNew production

PlanKartenverkauf
Eiffel Art Studios: Bánffy StageÉszaki Műhely Kőbánya, Budapest, Central Hungary, Ungarn
September 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 27, 29 um 20:00
Programm
Trois GnossiennesMusik: Satie, Erik (1866-1925)
Choreografie: Hans van Manen (Original)
Walking MadMusik: Verschiedene
Choreografie: Johan Inger (Original)
Falling AngelsMusik: Reich, Steve (b. 1936)
Choreografie: Jiří Kylián
Episode 31Musik: Verschiedene
Choreografie: Alexander Ekman (Original)

Ballet evening in three acts

A breathtaking dance piece that confronts our own desires and fears: eight women’s stories of female existence – pregnancy, childbirth and, in the end, a whirling piece on the nature of beauty. Created to Maurice Ravel’s Bolero and the music of Steve Reich, Erik Satie and others, the choreographies of the 1st Steps show address facets of life that affect us all in the irresistibly thrilling language of dance of Hans van Manen, Johan Inger, Jiří Kylián and Alexander Ekman. This year will see the premieres of previous years, Trois Gnossiennes, Falling Angels and Walking Mad, joined by the new production Episode 31, and it is with these masterpieces that the Hungarian National Ballet will be taking its own “first steps” to the Eiffel Art Studios.

“Walking Mad is an uneasy rethinking of Ravel’s Bolero made all the more surreal by its sultry eroticism. (…) The premiere of this psychologically charged piece performed by Tamás Solymosi’s company exceeded its own limits by a very large measure." (Krisztina Horeczky, Nol.hu)

“I got the chance to see two different female versions of Falling Angels – and both evenings were marvellously successful.” (Graham Watts, Bachtrack)


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