After spending a long time listening to Evelin Tóth's music, György Dragomán was finally able to complete his long-awaited novel, The Bone Fire. Unaware of this, in the meantime Evelin discovered the poems of his wife Anna Szabó T. and began singing them, soon striking up a partnership with the violinist Luca Kézdy.
The sweepingly powerful, painfully beautiful, self-responsive violin, the vocals that range from gentle femininity to the dark of the subconscious, both comforting and crying out, the classically delivered yet poignant verse and the prose that plucks a thousand chords yet remains recognisable and consistent. Four artists, four voices, four characters that are distinctive but also have a real affinity in terms of their passion and commitment to their profession: a unique stage encounter. Se...cret stories, desires, coincidences, words snapped out at a fast pace, and the all-pervasive music: such a vibrating and exciting, fragilely finessed search for harmony will always be full of surprises. At this event, four unflinchingly honest contemporary artists and long-time friends; a singer, a violinist, a poet and a writer, will before and together with the audience attempt to identify a common voice, using the most vital and secretive words and songs, images and experiences while not holding back from new revelations, as they show us how to create, from four distinct and passionate voices that are always capable of renewal, a common story: harmony.
It promises to be an evening of unique, interweaving interactions.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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