movement group leader, choreographer, certified creative dance teacher
I first came to Baltazar in 2015: Andrea Mészöly asked me to fill in for her in her contemporary dance classes. But I ended up staying: in 2018 I also took on creative dance classes every Thursday for the students of Baltazar Arts Centre. Since then, I’ve co-directed two dance theatre performances with Olívia Réti-Harmath: Dandelion in 2017, and Dust in 2019. The more active member I became, so did Baltazar almost imperceptibly become an integral part of my life. Working here is a mutual, continuous learning process: learning about ourselves, each other, our relationships. Improvisation is the key to my work as a director, also as a group leader, and there are always surprises for me here. I love it.
I am also a board member of the Artman Association for the Arts and Movement Therapy, as well as one of the leaders of the Tánceánia Band, where we create contemporary dance performances with multiply-challenged people. For the last few years, I have almost exclusively been interested in artistic work with groups of people who are, in some way, “vulnerable” – be it Inclusive Jam, school sensitivity training, or summer camps in segregated settlements.