Feledi Project presented dance productions at the Liszt Fest that were inspired by the music of two contemporary composers, Roland Szentpáli and György Orbán. The choreography of Cosmic Conflict is based on Szentpáli's The Wind and the Sun, an award-winner of Müpa Budapest's 2020 Composition Competition. The ballet is based on the story of the Greek fabulist Aesop, in which the Sun proves to the North Wind that persuasion is more effective than coercion. In the second part of the evening, ...choreographies to a mass and choral works by György Orbán, Müpa Budapest's featured composer of the season, will lead the viewer into the world of spirituality and the soul. The combination of sung words and movements brings in mind the endlessness of nature, our despairs, joys and sorrows, while all this is given a voice by György Orbán's music with playfulness and plenty of charm and magic.
The premiere was an event of the Liszt Fest.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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