Horde
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Közép-Európa Táncszínház: Horde


It has been a long time since I last produced a full-evening piece in Hungary; in fact my professional works more often succeed abroad. Viewing it “from there” but “feeling it” from here I chose Félix Lajkó’s music, which has an instinctive connection with nature and with man living in nature. His music exudes culture, but not the culture that appears on stage or in exhibition halls, rather the culture of man – of the people living in the Carpathian Basin.

It is an instinctive, “earthy”, visceral vibration. Angelic music in a human interpretation.

This is how the Horde title was created.

The title can be interpreted as a small community of people, who create a group to make life more liveable, but it can also be understood as a destructive horde which destroys its own habitat following some kind of indescribable urge. The piece investigates the spiritual dilemma of the creative man. The dilemma which is the “provision” of man who has broken away from nature.
This “provision” is not without memories and the desire to return to nature. It is not without a sense of humour, humanity or magic that helps us through everything. It is not without formulating the retaining power of the family.

The Horde is a modest, but stubborn attempt to summarise my, our personal “provisions”.
(Attila Kun)

Performed by Zsanett Jakab, Ádám Frigy, Mariann Hargitai, Adrienn Horváth, Péter Kovács, László Mádi, Nóra Palcsó, Sándor Petrovics
Sets and costumes by Julcsi Kiss
Lighting by Zoltán Fogarasi
Dramaturgy by Hajnalka Lisztóczky
Assistant: Katalin Fodor

Choreographed by Attila Kun

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