Lucrezia Borgia rules over life and death – says director Ferenc Anger

In fact, Lucrezia Borgia is a Renaissance person who combines the sciences and the arts. A semi-staged opera in the Müpa.

Here, Romanians, Hungarians and the Roma coexist peacefully – interview with Zsolt Juhász

Dance of the Mezőség is very unified, but every ethnic group has its own traits. It was a difficult task for the dancers and musicians…

Transporters didn’t need an update; rape is, unfortunately, an eternal topic

Concert-opera or not, music and real or imagined stage events together create the effect – says creator Gergely Vajda.

New opera-musical version of The Master and Margarita – interview with director Vajk Szente

The music is exciting: classical opera on the one hand, rock music on the other, and thirdly, there are musical elements – says the director.

A married couple on the stage of heaven – Gyula Böszörményi remembers

Mari Simon, actress, and Gábor Mészöly, writer and dramaturg, recently passed away. Writer Gyula Böszörményi says farewell to them.

If you could see me now… and now… and now… – interview with Arno Schuitemaker

Have you ever wanted to talk to someone who indeed fulfilled everyone’s contradictory childhood dreams within one single life?

Cédric Eeckhout’s message to Hungarian PM – what is to be half Flemish, half Walloon?

I realised more and more how my personal feelings and life events are connected to European politics and international relations.

Brilliant Metropolitan broadcasts coming to Müpa’s new season too

Broadcasts help us concentrate on the content rather than the externalities: the HD quality makes them almost as good as an opera experience on stage.

We were born in this land yet strive for the sky: story of the My Land

In stories seemingly from Eastern European countries, Bence Vági found the universal, human; something relatable to his life in Hungary, too.

Budapest Wagner Days goes online again – good news for fans all around the world!

Budapest Wagner Days goes online for the second consecutive year already. This means that it can be watched from everywhere around the world!

A fantastic experience: they dance Vasarely’s paintings! – interview with Balázs Vincze

Vasarely was born in Pécs, so it brings us a great opportunity to celebrate the 60th birthday of our dance company Ballet Pécs with him!

The Concerto reveals a lot about an ill Bartók’s mental and physical state

Interview with dancer-choreographer Tamás Juronics and his artistic partners. How can you dance to Bartók’s Concerto? How do worlds meet?

Criminal dance drama based on a terrifying story – interview with screenwriter Zsuzsa Zs. Vincze

A Szekler folk ballad tells a universal story about passionate love overwriting everything, marital infidelity, jealousy, and revenge.

I got so much from Félix Lajkó and the Győr Ballet Company – László Velekei on their newest production

We put a new layer on the piece, with an update on the language of dance, and we made it faster and thicker.

The man who put on an online-purchased female body

Did you know that there are websites that sell 3D replicas of real people’s bodies and faces…? An online show provided by the Trafó.

Rossini can always make us smile – interview with bass baritone Péter Kálmán

Péter Kálmán, bass baritone who considers himself a Rossini fan, shared a few things with us about this promising night.

Wagner is like drugs, but even better! – interview with Ádám Fischer

Wagner was able to pour us with a tsunami of intensive emotions way before we discovered them due to covid – Ádám Fischer says.

What is behind the many windows of the advent calendar?

A surprise for every day: music, conversations, theatre, Christmas playlists, a short movie, literature, and many more.

Secrets behind the concert videos we can see at home – interview with the creative director of Müpa Studio

Müpa Studio is unique in its kind, it requires the teamwork of many colleagues. This is one secret behind the success of the Müpa.

What can we learn from collective forgetting? – new essay performance by Oliver Zahn will happen online

I had also always wanted to make a desktop-based performance, and the pandemic suddenly made a space for such works – Oliver Zahn says.

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