International Contemporary Dance Festival In Veszprém, 6 – 10 September

  • 4 Aug 2020 8:02 AM
  • Hungary Matters
International Contemporary Dance Festival In Veszprém, 6 – 10 September
An International Contemporary Dance Festival will be held in Veszprém with foreign performers between September 6 and 10, the organisers told a press conference.

The five-day event will open with three performances that include The House of Bernarda Alba by the Szeged Contemporary Dance Company, Cage by the Frenák Pál group and Suprema by the Company Zadam, Art Director György Krámer said.

The festival will feature an international ballet gala performance with dancers from Düsseldorf’s Deutsche Oper an Rhein, the Graz Opera, the Romanian National Opera of Iaşi, the national ballets of Poland, Hungary, Portugal and Slovakia, and the ballet company of the National Theatre in Brno.

On the festival’s sidelines an exhibition presenting festival photos of the past decades will also be organised, he said. The programme details are available at atancfesztivalja.hu.

Tickets available from HUF 2,500, passes for HUF 15,000 here.

Date and time: 
6 – 10 September

Venue: 
Pannon Várszínház
8200 Veszprém, Brusznyai Árpád u. 2.


Photo courtesy of the organisers

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