5 P.M., FRIDAY, 5 JUNE
AT THE BORDER STATES
PERFORMS JÁNOS FELEDI / FELEDI PROJECT
and ZITA HORVÁTH (dance), BENCE BLASKOVICS (cello), MESZECSINKA DUO (Szeged) – ANNAMÁRIA OLÁH (songs) and EMIL BILJARSZKI (piano and guitar)
FELEDI PROJECT: JOINT SOLITUDE
CONTEMPORARY MUSIC DANCE IMPROVISATION
“Relationships, friends, individuals… relating to one another… Simple life renews itself and we hold onto our relationships in order to belong to someone, to something forman is a social being.We hold on in order to strengthen our identity. In which moment men and places do begin to merge behind our backs? We have to let the new impulses penetrate through the old material, however by not letting them disappear but by letting them complement each other in order to carry on with our common values, past and desires. The world of dance and of live music is formed into a unified world of various feelings. To present new reflections therefore to call attention again to the unified art of dance,music and fine arts. It is an exceptional moment when the different art forms can together simultaneously create something special and influence their environment.” JÁNOS FELEDI
JÁNOS FELEDI – FELEDI PROJECT . János Feledi (Kazincbarcika, 1981) He created his first full night performance in the Géza Gárdonyi Theatre at Eger, in 2010. Following the performance he established the Feledi Project. Today the company’s repertory includes seven full night performances that they keep playing successfully at the National Dance Theatre, at Szkéné Theatre, at Bakelit, and at several Hungarian dance festivals of international acclaim. Their quality work and numerous productions have gained the recognition and love of dance experts. Their membership at the Hungarian Dance Artist Alliance (Magyar Táncmûvészek Szövetsége) from 2014 and the Hungarian Choreographers Company (Magyar Koreográfusok Társasága) all prove their success. www.felediproject.com
ZITA HORVÁTH (Mohács, 1988) dance artist. She was trained at the High School of Arts in Pécs and at the Hungarian Dance Academy. She works with the Badora Dance Company and with the Feledi Project. She had been a member of the dance studio at the Géza Gárdonyi Theatre, Eger.
BENCE BLASKOVICS (Nagykanizsa, 1993) violoncello artist. He graduated from the Béla Bartók Music Art Institute at the University of Miskolc in 2015. He received a niveau prize several times at the National Dohnányi Chamber Music Meeting and Contest. He is the member of the National Theatre at Miskolc. He plays rockabilly in the Hot Road Band, Miskolc. hotroadband.atw.hu/
The MESZECSINKA GROUP was formed in 2009 by Annamária Oláh (Fókatelep) and Emil Biljarszki (Korai Öröm, Fókatelep) – both of them were born in Szeged – with the aim to give space to self-expression without compromises. The intimate acousticmusic of the group quickly found its way to the heart of its audience. In Hungary they have already performed theirmusic at themost prestigious locations (Müpa, Millenáris) as well as in smaller cities (Zsolnay District, Pécs). They are regularly on tour all around the world. In 2011, registering almost a hundred groups, they won first prize at the Folkbeats Talent Contest: a tour in North America. The tour was realized in 2013. Meszecsinka gave 13 concerts at various locations in the United States and in Canada, among themat a famousmulti-cultural club inNewYork City called the Drom, in a well-known jazz club in Philadelphia, at Chris’ Jazz Café and at an important location of the party district of Toronto called Lulu Lounge. Their first album was presented in Vienna at the famousBalkanFever festival. Their first video-clip tells a true story. The international acclaimof Meszecsinka resulted in a German edition of theirmusic; the Hiperbole Records of Hamburg published and distributes Meszecsinka all around the world. In 2014Meszecsinka traveled to Russia, and at the Red Square Eszter Csepeli shot the new video clip entitled “I am Opening up”. Csepeli’s new filmwas officially selected to enter the 2014 FilmFestival at Cannes. The Meszecsinka Duo presents their songs in such a way as they had been born originally. Annamari sings, plays the guitar, the cajon and the flute, Emil plays the piano and the guitar.