Please send all information electronically, in one single e-mail for easy processing, to firstname.lastname@example.org
- a detailed professional cv in English, in word/pdf format
- date of birth
- current height in cm and weight in kg
- current address and mobile phone number
- at least 2-3 classical dance photos in separate picture files (please note that the size of your e-mail should not exceed 8MB)
- a recent headshot (passport photo) in a separate picture file, for identification purposes
- at least one link to a recent video enabling full evaluation of your classical technique and artistic level, uploaded publicly (without a password), inclusive of: point for ladies; adagio, tours, jumps & partnering
Please note that your application will not be processed in case:
- it is sent to any other e-mail address
- it is incomplete
- it is sent by post
- complete information needs to be assembled from different e-mails
- your cv is sent in a format other than the above stated or in a language other than English
- your measurements are not stated in cm/kg
- your video does not enable full evaluation of your classical technique
- your video is under a password
- it is not absolutely clear which dancer in the video is you
- processing your portfolio would involve extra capacities for lack of compliance with our requirements in any way or form
Posted materials or incomplete portfolios are neither kept/saved, nor returned.
Complete portfolios will be processed according to available capacity. Only artists selected to be invited for a private audition will be contacted.
Thank you for your kind understanding.
It has been 25 years since a student of the Music Academy first walked the boards of the Erkel Theatre in 1989 in the role of Juliette in Gounod's Romeo et Juliette. The perfromance of Andrea Rost created a huge sensation and soon set her off on a campaign of international conquests that took het to the opera houses of Vienna, Paris, London, Milan, Munich, Berlin, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York. The soprano now takes to the stage in her always favoured surroundings of the Erkel Theatre to sing a programme of works she has compiled herself, in the company of some of her closest colleagues.
It has been 40 years since one of the most outstanding figures in Hungarian ballet, Gyula Harangozó Sr. (1908 – 1974). He is acknowledged as a genius character dancer even four decades after his death. His characteristic esay steps, his facial expressions and ideas were all engraved in the memories of those who were lucky enough to see him. Coppelia, Promenade Music, Shéhérazade and The Miraculous Mandarin are all treasures in the history of Hungarian ballet that must be preserved. The company of the Hungarian National Ballet wishes to commemorate the Master, who passed away 40 years ago, with the Coppelia series of the 2014/15 season.