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Zsuzsa Vincze – Zoltán Zsuráfszky: Compromise/150 – première

1st April, 2017
7.00 pm

Müpa Budapest — Festival Theater
Featuring:
Dénes Farkas, Pál Oberfrank, Zoltán Rátóti – prose (recorded), dancers and musicians of Hungarian National Dance Ensemble (artistic leader: Zoltán Zsuráfszky), Zengővárkony Folk Ensemble and Orchestra, Hosszúhetény Folk Ensemble, Bagi Muharay E. Folk Ensemble, Söndörgő (recorded)
Music:
László Rossa, Dániel Szabó, Tamás Szarka
Musical editor:
István Papp Gázsa, Dániel Szabó
Set:
Béla Götz
Design:
Richárd M. Nagy
Script, dramaturgy, costumes:
Zsuzsa Vincze
Choreography:
the choreographers of the featured ensembles, and Gergő Sánta, Zsuzsa Vincze, Zoltán Zsuráfszky
Assistant to the choreographer:
Edina Rab, Attila Tompa, Attila Tókos, Gábor Valach
Choreographer, director:
Zoltán Zsuráfszky
 
An event jointly organized with Hungarian National Dance Ensemble.

Ticket prices: 2500 Ft, 3200 Ft, 3900 Ft

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Vincze Zsuzsa–Zsuráfszky Zoltán: Kiegyezés 1867–2017 – bemutató

Zsuzsa Vincze – Zoltán Zsuráfszky: Compromise/150 – première

Performance by Hungarian National Dance Ensemble

In 1867 the Habsburg court, which had bloodily crushed the revolution, and the Hungarian political elite, led by Ferenc Deák, struck a compromise to reconcile the two countries of the Empire. Despite historical controversies, the Compromise brought unprecedented economic and cultural prosperity to Hungary, a short but unforgettable period often referred to as “those good old days of peace.”
The cultural elite grew increasingly aware of the richness and beauty of Hungarian dances and costumes, the variety of traditions, while the peasantry started to look upon its culture with growing pride. Decorative art flourished, the clothes became more colourful, with the different nationalities coexisting peacefully, while maintaining their cultures.
150 years after the Compromise, we want to salute this unprecedented flowering of folk art in Hungary, presenting the virtuoso dances, the rich costumes and the wonderful music of the Magyars and the ethnicities that live with us.

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