Árpád Kákonyi / Péter Kárpáti / HOPPart Company



ca. 110 min

Within the last few years, 500,000 Hungarians have left their native country. Those who have emigrated have the need to stay in electronic contact with old friends or other expats. Virtual space becomes a substitute for the homeland. Hungari is a concert performance. The music replaces not only the Internet but also the proximity to one another that has gone lost.              Part of "Leaving is not an option? – Current artistic positions from Hungary"

Produktion: HOPPart Company. Mit Unterstützung durch Trafó – House of Contemporary Arts / Kontra Klub (Budapest) und Secret Company/FÜGE Productions (Budapest).


With: Tamás Herczeg, Diána Magdolna Kiss, Katalin Szilágyi, Tamás Keresztény, Zola Szabó, Noémi Gecse, Ádám Lábodi, Natasa Stork, Zsuzsa Lőrincz / Music: Árpád Kákonyi / Direction: Péter Kárpáti / Musical direction: Árpád Kákonyi / Dramaturgy: Borbála Sebök / Set: Lilla Takács / Choreography: Zsófia Tamara Vadas / Production management: Tímea Várkonyi / Cooperation: Zsuzsa Lőrincz, Zsófia Varga, Klaudia Antal / Compilation of the texts: Péter Kárpáti / Translation: Lacy Kornitzer


  • Past
    Thu 13.3.2014, 19:00 / HAU3
    Fri 14.3.2014, 20:00 / HAU3
    Sat 15.3.2014, 20:00 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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