This year, the Pannon Philharmonic and select singers will perform symphonic renditions of the Swedish pop band ABBA's hits, which young people will also know well from the wildly successful Mamma Mia! movies. The usual exceptional quality of the ensemble's crossover production truly is for everyone, just like love…
During the intermission on Valentine's Day, the main character will again be the "Love Potion." Last year's successful mixer parade is ready for this season's crowd, with a few new surprises waiting up the musicians' sleeves.
Ticket prices: HUF 4,990 " HUF 3,990 " HUF 2,990
Prices for a pair of tickets: HUF 9,000 " HUF 7,000 " HUF 5,000
Ballet and Self-Expression
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Selections from Swan Lake
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Selections from The Nutcracker
Léo Delibes: Selections from Coppelia
Léo Delibes: Selections from Sylvia
Hosted by Ádám Bősze
Conducted by András Vass
Show me your favourite dance and I will guess who you are! Is this statement true, or can one love many different dances equally? Do you show your appreciation for the art by watching and admiring it, or do you perhaps also dance? This year's NoBabel series takes a closer look and listen to the dances of different eras and styles, and also offers a deeper understanding of them, even to the uninitiated. Join us on a virtual trip across concepts that have stayed relevant for teenagers even today.
Dance and music are about touch, contact, self-expression, and commitment without words. Every style is different, yet it speaks to you in its own language. Experience what it's like to listen to music with the Pannon Philharmonic at the Kodály Center, and talk about life and culture with Ádám Bősze. What is dance beyond a series of rhythmical steps in the right sequence? Dance provides a framework for freedom, it teaches you how to become yourself and how to cooperate with others, and it forges the creativity of its participants into a single common experience.
Rock and roll or folk dance? Ballet or salsa? Waltz or Circle Dance? Perhaps it doesn't matter. After all you're together with your peers, in a place where your opinions and ideas are valued, and where nobody will step on your proverbial toes…
Admission is free for audiences between 14-18 years of age!
During the first half while the conversations take place, only audience members between 14-18 years of age are allowed on the ground floor. During the second half when the orchestra is playing, adults may sit at the choir and balcony.
Thank you for your understanding!
This program series is sponsored by the National Cultural Fund.