An Impressive Eclectic Gala at the Opera House - Dance

"...Henriett Tunyogi conjured forth Fokine's popular, emblematic ballet The Dying Swan, which lies on the juncture of the formal world of Classicism and the passions of Romanticism. The slow "demise," which fits the melancholy theme, and the symbolism of fleeting beauty clearly touched the ballerina profoundly, who alongside her partner, Miklós Nagyszentpéteri, demonstrated her talent and aptitude in a humorous scene from modern ballet, A Wind from the South, in which she was able to display her versatility..."

Katalin Metz
(Magyar Hírlap/Hungarian Newspaper - 22 november 2008.)

Translated by Thomas Cooper