The Royal Ballet Fehérvár had its first open day of this year held in the in the mirror room of the Dance House in Malom street. Participants had the opportunity to get to know the dancers' everyday lives, and they were the first ones to see details of the upcoming production: Romeo and Juliet.
The Royal Ballet Fehérvár – lead by Attila Egerházi – is looking for male and female dancers with outstanding classical ballet and modern dance technique as well as powerful performing skills for the season: 2019/2020.
This year you can still watch a few performances, but it is not a secret that The Nutcracker will be on stage next year as well, since our company’s aim is to create an own, unique Nutcracker for the theater for the audience of the city and the county that will be broadcast every season during the Christmas season.
In the afternoon, the MOL Arena Sóstó Stadium was inaugurated. At the spectacular opening, Pixa and Wellhello entertained the audience, and the Royal Ballet Fehérvár performed a spectacular dance etude.
We invited the audience who love the dance to our open day: in the mirror room of Dance House, those who interested could see how the dancers spend their days, and they could be familiar with a lot of ballet movements and ballet terms, and they got a taste of our new show, the Nutcracker.
We are going to hold an open day on November 17th, at 10:00 in the Dance House. We look forward to seeing all the people who show interest in dance and theatre, who want to take a glance behind the scenes of the Royal Ballet Fehérvár.
This morning, the Royal Ballet Fehérvár held its meeting about the approval of the ballet Nutcracker. Attila Egerházi, director and choreographer of the production, stated in his introduction that the play aims the children and all adults who are kids at heart, so the whole scenery is designed accordingly.