Ballet Company of Győr: Movements to Stravinsky / Mimi - première
Why can't two very different worlds enjoy each other's company? This is exactly what will happen at this two-part evening with the Ballet Company of Győr: The ethereal beauty of the minimalist choreography by the group's artistic director András Lukács was inspired by Stravisky and will be followed by László Velekei's grandiose narrative balett that attests to the power of magical realism. The classical and contemporary, the beautiful and coarse, the harmonious and dissonant do not cancel each other out, instead they complete one another to provide a full picture of our world.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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Movements to Stravinsky:
Eszter Adria Herkovics
Lili Anna Marjai
CostumesAndrás Lukács, Mónika Herwerth
LightingAndrás Lukács, Dániel Dragos
Set design, choreographerAndrás Lukács
MimiAdrienn Matuza / Lili Anna Marjai / Lea Napsugár Joó
Luigi Iannone / Patrik Engelbrecht
A FigureRichard Szentiványi / Gergely Golubkovics
The MandarinDaichi Uematsu / Márk Téglás
Set designLászló Velekei, Gabi Győri