Theatre Hall 20.00
Flying low and flying high!
Circumstances are getting worse and worse while we must work better and better.
Financial supports are restricted, tuition’s value dwindle day by day, our rental has been lifted 20 %, we had to shrink school territory to half, we have got rid of everything dispensable, in order to save everything indispensable. Teachers’ salary’s value decreases. The world around us is more and more irritable, agressiv, depressed, vulnerable, futureless, legal, financial cultural stress pushes us
Same time the efforts, the work and the results of the work of our students from 15 different cultures, with 15 different languages,
the work and the results of the work of our teachers and crew is
We are U P & D O W N the same time!
We are researching the strength of the elementary tools of dance.
How does a simple cross-form space order our relations?
How does a set movement material help getting closer to partners?
How does give the depth of the material depth to the attention?
How does the rhytmical and kinetic precision give a chance for spontaneous interactions?
How do the improvised space and rhytmical patterns give a chance to surprises?
How dancers can encourage audiences to find similar experiences?
The movement material of BAKÓ Tamás and the music of Steve REICH Vermont Counterpoint was adapted to site specific conditions and performed by Alja BRANC, Gaja CARUSO, FARKAS Kámea, Jerneja FEKONJA, Anita KUROLJOVA, MEDIC Ivona. Directed by ANGELUS Iván.
The original performance was created on behalf of the Hungarian Rector’s Conference and the Brasilian Embassy in Budapest to be premiered in the aula of the Budapesti Technical University. Thanks to Bakó Tamás, Steve Reich, Dubéczi Zoltán, Morován Júlia.
MÜLE FÜLE DANCES (7′)
Do the dogs bark? Well, they don’t even laugh.
Created and performed by Orsolya Vágner
“I am a freshly graduated creator from BCDA. Recently, I have been consciously searching for unconscious moments in performance situations.”
CERAMICA MANTRA (13′)
Pure joy: joy to do, joy to see.
Dance & Choreography by Dömötör Luca & Bakó Tamás
WHEN YOU BRUSH A FORM CLEAN, IT BECOMES TRULY WHAT IT IS (14′)
The intense, physical virtuos pieces of Léo are wellknown for the audience in Budapest. She is back to choreograph for the third generation of the school.
Choreography: Eléonore VALÉRE LACHKY
Dance: Alja BRANC, Gaja CARUSO, CSESZLAI Hanna, Franziska DOFFIN, FARKAS Kámea, Jerneja FEKONJA, Anita KUROLJOVA, Ivona MEDIC, Kristina ZAKERNICHNA
Rehearsal director: KANCSÓ Luca
Video of the premier made by DÖMÖTÖR Péter
TRAILER: U P & D O W N
Fotos: Video screenshots, archives, CSÁNYI Krisztina
Trailer: DÖMÖTÖR Péter
Ligth technician: ANGELUS Maya
19.30 & 21.00
Maximum 50 people: registration necessary at purchase of ticket. Program subject to changes.
BIG SUSAN (5′)
Choreography: Jerneja FEKONJA
Dance: Alja BRANC, Jerneja FEKONJA, FARKAS Kámea
PEACH SEASON (13′)
Dance ritual of two lovers based on the process of eating a peach.
Gaja Caruso is a third-year student at BCDA, where she is currently working with usage of games as a choreographic tool, intense freak physicality and doing really slow push-ups. Peach season is her second choreographic work, after Pigeons (2017), to be presented publicly.
Choreography: Gaja CARUSO
Performed by: SZÁSZ Zsófia, DÁNIEL Attila
Támogatók: NKA, EMMI, Trafó, Új Előadóművészeti Alapítvány