Budapest Spring Festival — #thisismyplace
NoGravity 
Photographer: Emiliano Pellisari
NoGravity: Aria
Jabot Festival
National Dance Theatre — Main Auditorium
16th April, 2020 7.00 pm

#cancelled

event

Ticket prices

3500 Ft

Featuring: the musicians and dancers of NoGravity
Music: works by Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Marcello, Pergolesi, Sances, Giacomelli, Hasse, Tartini, Kircher, Broschi
Costumes: Daniela Piazza
Artistic concept: Nóra Bujdosó
Co-choreographer, first dancer: Mariana Porceddu
Choreographer, scenes, costumes, light: Emiliano Pellisari

Inspired by the breathtaking, marvellous elements and extraordinary apparatuses of renaissance and baroque theatre, Emiliano Pellisari wanted his company to speak a unified language of theatre by combining the different forms of performing art, such as singing, acrobatics and acting. The visuals, the magic, the spectacle, the illusions and dreamy visions imbue the performances of NoGravity Ensemble with pure poetry.
Centred around different subjects, the spectacular productions have enchanted audiences around the world, from Russia to South America, from Switzerland to Poland, and from Spain to Germany.
Aria selects from the music of the Baroque period, and the dancers, the acrobats, the musicians and the singers all contribute to the astonishing visuals. Incredibly, it seems possible to defy gravity.

This performance of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre as a joint program with National Dance Theatre.

National Dance Theatre
1024 Budapest, Kis Rókus utca 16–20.

NoGravity: Aria
Jabot Festival

NoGravity 
Photographer: Emiliano Pellisari

Featuring: the musicians and dancers of NoGravity
Music: works by Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Marcello, Pergolesi, Sances, Giacomelli, Hasse, Tartini, Kircher, Broschi
Costumes: Daniela Piazza
Artistic concept: Nóra Bujdosó
Co-choreographer, first dancer: Mariana Porceddu
Choreographer, scenes, costumes, light: Emiliano Pellisari

Inspired by the breathtaking, marvellous elements and extraordinary apparatuses of renaissance and baroque theatre, Emiliano Pellisari wanted his company to speak a unified language of theatre by combining the different forms of performing art, such as singing, acrobatics and acting. The visuals, the magic, the spectacle, the illusions and dreamy visions imbue the performances of NoGravity Ensemble with pure poetry.
Centred around different subjects, the spectacular productions have enchanted audiences around the world, from Russia to South America, from Switzerland to Poland, and from Spain to Germany.
Aria selects from the music of the Baroque period, and the dancers, the acrobats, the musicians and the singers all contribute to the astonishing visuals. Incredibly, it seems possible to defy gravity.

This performance of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Budapest Festival and Tourism Centre as a joint program with National Dance Theatre.

National Dance Theatre — Main Auditorium
16th April, 2020 7.00 pm

#cancelled

event

Ticket prices

3500 Ft

National Dance Theatre
1024 Budapest, Kis Rókus utca 16–20.

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