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GisL – Eszter Adria Herkovics 
Photographer: János Lakatos
Félix Lajkó and the Ballet Company of Győr
GisL – Opening performance of the 40th Budapest Spring Festival
Müpa Budapest — Béla Bartók National Concert Hall
3rd April, 2020 7.30 pm

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3900 Ft | 5900 Ft | 7900 Ft | 9900 Ft | 12900 Ft

Giselle: Eszter Adria Herkovics
Albrecht: Daichi Uematsu
Myrtha / The Game: Gerda Guti
Hilarion: Luka Dimić
Wilis: Tetiana Baranovska, Diána Gyurmánczi, Lea Napsugár Joó, Lili Anna Marjai, Judit Szalai, Tatiana Shipilova, Eszter Horányi, Eszter Kovács
Men: Patrik Engelbrecht, Máté Gémesi, Gergely Golubkovics, Kada Horváth, Luigi Iannone, Zoltán Jekli, Bánk Téglás, Richard Szentiványi, Thales Henrique
Featuring: Félix Lajkó – violin, Attila Sidoo – guitar, Endre Kertész – cello, József Barcza Horváth – double bass, János Mazura – tuba, Tamás Czirják – drums

Music: Félix Lajkó
Dramaturgy: Alexandra Csepi
Set: Éva Szendrényi
Costumes: Gabi Győri
Lighting: Ferenc Stadler
Assistant to the choreographer: Zsuzsanna Kara
Choreographer: László Velekei

A masterpiece of 19th-century Romantic ballet, Giselle established a style and its popularity is unabated. The title role is every ballerina’s dream. The piece, which had its premiere in 1841, conquered the world with Adolphe Adam’s music. The opening performance of the anniversary Budapest Spring Festival promises to be really special: performed by the Ballet Company of Győr, this mystical, beautiful and chilling story now comes to life with music by Félix Lajkó.

This premiere of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint event with Ballet Company of Győr and Fonó Music Hall.

Müpa Budapest
1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca 1.

Félix Lajkó and the Ballet Company of Győr
GisL – Opening performance of the 40th Budapest Spring Festival

GisL – Eszter Adria Herkovics 
Photographer: János Lakatos

Giselle: Eszter Adria Herkovics
Albrecht: Daichi Uematsu
Myrtha / The Game: Gerda Guti
Hilarion: Luka Dimić
Wilis: Tetiana Baranovska, Diána Gyurmánczi, Lea Napsugár Joó, Lili Anna Marjai, Judit Szalai, Tatiana Shipilova, Eszter Horányi, Eszter Kovács
Men: Patrik Engelbrecht, Máté Gémesi, Gergely Golubkovics, Kada Horváth, Luigi Iannone, Zoltán Jekli, Bánk Téglás, Richard Szentiványi, Thales Henrique
Featuring: Félix Lajkó – violin, Attila Sidoo – guitar, Endre Kertész – cello, József Barcza Horváth – double bass, János Mazura – tuba, Tamás Czirják – drums

Music: Félix Lajkó
Dramaturgy: Alexandra Csepi
Set: Éva Szendrényi
Costumes: Gabi Győri
Lighting: Ferenc Stadler
Assistant to the choreographer: Zsuzsanna Kara
Choreographer: László Velekei

A masterpiece of 19th-century Romantic ballet, Giselle established a style and its popularity is unabated. The title role is every ballerina’s dream. The piece, which had its premiere in 1841, conquered the world with Adolphe Adam’s music. The opening performance of the anniversary Budapest Spring Festival promises to be really special: performed by the Ballet Company of Győr, this mystical, beautiful and chilling story now comes to life with music by Félix Lajkó.

This premiere of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint event with Ballet Company of Győr and Fonó Music Hall.

Müpa Budapest — Béla Bartók National Concert Hall
3rd April, 2020 7.30 pm

#cancelled

event

Ticket prices

3900 Ft | 5900 Ft | 7900 Ft | 9900 Ft | 12900 Ft

Müpa Budapest
1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell utca 1.

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