Carmina Burana is a wonderful challenge for a choreographer, yet an enormous task to complete.
Orff’s fantastic composition lifts the medieval student songs to a whole new, higher level. The sublime beauty of the music inspires a choreographer’s confession. Director-choreographer Vincze Balázs focuses on the terrible effects of our self-destructive and mechanized world, his worries for humanity and traditional moral values. The piece celebrates the sacredness of life, it hints that there still must be hope for a better future.
The artistic director, director-choreographer, Vincze Balázs is an expert on adapting popular literary classics for the dance stage. His choreographies are passionate and and dinamic, the performances are spectacular and audience friendly dance theatre pieces. Vincze always gets inspiration from the dancers' characters. Their exceptional artistic talent, high standard technical and acting skills are what make all the productions of the company outstandingly original.
Length of performance: 70minutes
Premiére: 13 September 2019 at the National Theatre of Pécs
Opening performance of the 13th Pécs International Dance Festival
The performance is recommended to persons over 14 years of age!
Co-production between Ballet Pécs and the National Theatre of Pécs, funded by the National Cultural Fund.
The 13th Pécs International Dance Festival is funded by the National Cultural Fund and the Ministry of Human Resources.
The premiére was funded by the National Cultural Fund .
Composer: Carl Orff
Dramaturg: Vincze Balázs, Uhrik Dóra
Stage Designer: Erdős Júlia Luca
Costume Designer: Fekete Katalin
Projection Designer: Pázmány Virág
The Choreographer's Assistant: Kovács Zsuzsanna, Vincze Brigitta
Director-Choreographer: Vincze Balázs
Alien: Koncz Péter
Mother: Ujvári Katalin
Hope: Matola Dávid
Girl: Karin Iwata / Frank Edina
Bozsányi Liliána, Kis Jana Luca, Kócsy Mónika, Nagy Írisz, Rónaki Nina, Szécsi Theodóra, Balogh Csongor, Erdélyi Zsombor, Molnár Zsolt, José Blasco Pastor, Rayco Lecuona Suaréz, Szabó Márton, Szendrői Bence, Varga Máté