Graduate of the Hungarian National Ballet Academy, she has a long professional career as soloist ballerina, choreographer and performer, and has performed in such venues as theHelsinki City Theatre (Finland) and the Central Europe Dance Theatre. In 1995 she founded and managed her own company, La Dance Company, together with Ivo Dimchev and Jorma Uotinen. She has taught physical theatre at the Hungarian Film and Theatre Academy. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including Merited Artist of the Hungarian Republic and Critical Award of the Hungarian Theatres’ Festival.
He started playing drums at the age of 3 when he heard Harvey Mason and Joe Morello playing Hancock’s Chameleon and Brubeck’s Take Five. At the age of 12 he decided to continue learning on his own. In this time he reached a level of expertise and he took the chance to start playing in the Hungarian musical elite. To date he has performed on over 200 albums* of various styles. Awards: Honour for Life-work (1997), Black Box (Drummer of the Year, 1999), Contemporary Theatre Price BL Performance (2009, Best Drummer).
I made this performance with one of the most appreciated contemporary hungarian female artist Ágnes Verebics. Our action reacts on inner tensions caused by society and gender-role. The match does not want to highlight the aggresssion of the box-fight, rather focuses on the presentation of duel in everyday life.
The ring represents the outside world.
with Gyula Valkó visual artist