Zoltán Grecsó is Hungarian dancer, dance teacher and choreographer. Since 2015 he has worked as a teacher in Hungarian Dance Academy. Freelancer Grecsó has featured dozens of productions and 2009 he established his own improvisation studio, Willany Leó Improvisation Dance Theatre. Beatrix Simkó is a Hungarian dancer, choreographer and media artist based in Hamburg and Budapest. Her latest work Long time no see! was part of the programme of Festival d'Avignon in 2018 and is selected to Aerowaves Spring Forward in France.
Now this duo dances story of Orpheus and Eurydice adapted to a present day's world. They give a special interpretation to this so many times presented love story. Eurydice is expelled to the modern world and Orpheus follows her. He finds this world very unfamiliar, strange and is unable to adapt to 21st century. He tries to adjust to Eurydice's new lifestyle but without success.
Duration 50 min. (no interval)
One of the most famous contemporary dance companies in Australia, Sydney Dance Company will be seen at the Kuopio Dance Festival this year.
Hungarian contemporary dance duo Zoltán Grecsó and Betarix Simkó will arrive to Kuopio.
Frenák's contemporary dance company is one of the most famous companies in Hungary.
Jacopo Godani, together with Dresden Frankfurt Dance Company, visits Kuopio Dance festival. This triple bill will be seen at the Kuopio Music Centre.
Jorma Uotinen, Artistic Director of Kuopio Dance Festival, will say goodbye at au revoir gala.
Kuopio Dance festival celebrates 50th anniversary. Two galas will be held at the Kuopio Music Centre.
Excerpts from the school's spring performance named program includes classical ballet and contemporary dance
Dance Camp for Boys has been part of the course program over thirty years.
Stage jury will choose the on stage-performers and festival audience will see the programs during the week.