“CPH4” – students of the Dance Theatre Faculty in Bytom!
We invite you to see the guest performance within the 3…2…1…DANCE! choreographic competition on 24th March, 8 PM on the NCK Main Stage. You will be able to watch the diploma performance of the 4th year students of the Dance Theatre Faculty in Bytom called “CPH4” choreographed by Jacek Łumiński.
24 March 2019, 8 PM, NCK Main Stage
Tickets: 25 PLN or combined ticket for the choreographic competition winners and “CPH4” – 35 PLN
More info about the 3…2…1…DANCE! choreographic competition: https://nck.krakow.pl/kcc/en/9th-edition-of-the-321dance-choreographic-competition/
The diploma performance of the 4th year students of the Dance Theatre Faculty in Bytom, National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow
Choreography: Jacek Łumiński
Choreographer assistants: Dariusz Nowak, Jarosław Mysona
Dancers: Anna Berek, Mateusz Bogdanowicz, Natalia Gryczka, Katarzyna Janek, Patryk Kaczmarek, Martyna Kuś-Rudnicka, Julia Lewandowska, Kacper Szklarski, Sebastian Wiertelak, Sebastian Wylot, Łukasz Zgórka, Ilona Żydziak
Stage design, costumes: Jacek Łumiński
Music: Aleksander Lasoń, Zespół Polski Marii Pomianowskiej, Kapela ze Wsi Warszawa, Miles, Grubson
Light design: Paweł Murlik
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