Boris Eifman / Szergej Rahmanyinov / Mogyeszt Muszorgszkij / Richard Wagner

The Karamazovs

Ballet

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Freedom, anarchy, God, responsibility: for Boris Eifman, these are the key themes in the story of The Brothers Karamazov. In The Karamazovs, his already classic choreography based on the work, he expresses the taut web of relationships between Dostoevsky\'s characters through what he himself terms “psychological ballet”, in which the challenge is to use the language of dance not only to move the story along, but also to reveal what makes the characters tick. The final result is a fresh and unique reading of the novel, and one which also ventures a guess as to how the story might continue after the last page has been turned.

Featuring Sándor Tóth on recording.

“One of the curious aspects of the Hungarian production is the fact that this is the first time it has been performed with live music. (…) The heavy, grim sets are lighted differently in each of the different scenes, thus expressing the variety of inner voices, emotions and family conflicts.” (Kata Vass, Táncélet.hu)

Ballet in two acts
Age limit: over 14 years

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CAST AND CREW

General cast:
Conductor: Gergely Kesselyák / Kálmán Szennai

Alexey: Dmitry Timofeev / Dénes Darab / Gergő Ármin Balázsi / Zoltán Oláh
Ivan: Carlos Taravillo Mahillo / Gergely Leblanc / Iurii Kekalo / Mikalai Radziush
Dmitri: Miklós Dávid Kerényi / András Rónai / Balázs Majoros / Ievgen Lagunov
Katerina: Tatiana Melnik / Diana Kosyreva / Aliya Tanykpayeva / Artemisz Bakó-Pisla
Grushenka: Jessica Carulla Leon / Kristina Starostina / Karina Sarkissova / Anna Krupp
Fyodor: Maksym Kovtun / Attila Szakács / Alekszandr Komarov / Vladyslav Melnyk

Photo by Csillag Pál

Credits:
Choreographer: Boris Eifman
Assistant choreographer: Olga Kalmikova
Composer: Richard Wagner / Modest Mussorgsky / Sergei Rachmaninoff
Set and costume designer: Vyacheslav Okunev
Lighting designer: Boris Eifman
Company répétiteurs: Edit Rujsz / György Szirb / Marianna Venekei
Students trained by Evelyn Janács

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