The show debuted at the Brain Bar festival in the fall. At the premiere, Katalin Valentínyi, chief corporate communications and government relations officer for Budapest Airport, said: “This project is special for us, not only because we had the opportunity to work with fantastic professionals and artists, but also because it has resulted in a work of art that is able to combine music and visual art in a truly unique way, to evoke the experience of travel. When we travel, we not only discover new landscapes, countries and cities, but also worlds that were previously unknown to us. This is exactly what our film showing at the Sound Dome is like; an imaginary journey that surrounds, enchants and always holds surprises.”
The short film gives a great taste of the other performances on show at the Sound Dome, and an exciting glimpse into the creative process. It also provides an insight into what 360-degree projection means, how works are created for such a unique audiovisual system and the exciting experiments that led to the final form of the visual and audio content presented here.
The artistic curator of the short film, which can be viewed exclusively at the Sound Dome in the House of Music Hungary, is Endre Vazul Mándli, it was written and directed by Panni Néder and sound engineered by Tamás Zányi, the sound engineer of the Oscar-winning film Son of Saul. The visual content was created by Gáspár Battha and András Juhász. The voice of our guide is provided by the actor Barbara Hegyi.
The hidden door opens every day at 11:00, 13:00, 14:30 and 17:30 hours in October. There are no screenings on Mondays, except for 31 October.
More information about the show and the current screening dates for the whole year is available here: https://magyarzenehaza.com/helyszin/hangdom.
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