A choreographer who blends music and movement into a coherent whole while simultaneously developing each given work to create focused productions rich in meaning, Tamás Juronics, at the head of the internationally renowned dance ensemble he has led since 1993, has undertaken an exciting task on this occasion by staging these two 18th century masterpieces, conveying their stories through the extraordinary artistic language of dance. The distinguished dancer has worked as a choreographer for 25 years, delighting fans of contemporary dance with his modern adaptations of numerous classical works. "In his work he strives to make an impact across artistic disciplines, creating dance theatre. Blending modern styles in an original way, the emphasis in his works is on show in a good sense, the spectacle of the stage,” wrote one observer of Juronics in 2009, when he received the Kossuth Prize, the highest accolade bestowed upon contributors to Hungary's cultural and artistic life.
This performance is not recommended for audience members under 16 years of age.
The première was an event of the 2016/17 Ensemble of the Season series.
Presented by: National Dance Theatre
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