Laura Fehér graduated in 1999 at the Hungarian Dance Academy as a Ballet Artist. She complete her graduation in 2005 with Folk and Theater dance diploma. Former dancer of the Szeged Contemporary Dance Company from 2004 to 2013. Since 2013 she has been a free lance contemporary and theatre dance artist and has performed with reputed Hungarian and International choreographers such as Varidance, Attila Tókos, Hungarian Theatre of Pest, Feledi Projekt, Tranzdanz, Zadam Company, National Theatre, PR- Evolution Dance Company, Bozsik Yvette, Erkel Theatre, Kata Juhász, Hungarian State Opera, Vígszínház, Pesti Színház, c.ic-compagnieintercontemporain. In 2018 she worked with dot.Consla for the piece SOS levitation.
Adam Frigy graduated as theater and ballroom dancer besides of a folk dance diploma. He spent a year working with various Hungarian and foreign choreographers at MU Terminal Education Dance Company and participated in several contemporary dance projects. He was a dancer of Krisztian Gergye, PR-Evolution, Badora Dance Company, Joseph Hámor in 2010 and has been working with Central Europe Dance Theater (CEDT) for four years from 2011 onwards. In CEDT, besides dancing, he also worked with puppetry, theater and new ways of visual forms. Next to these works he also participated in international project such as „Wa(h)rEsGelogen”with Bollwerkprudiction (Andrea Boll, CH/NL) and A.S.A with Derida Dance Center (Jivko Jeliazkov). He accomplished his first workshop experiment project with CEDT Phases (2014), with a duet involving László Mádi My polarities. He has been collaborating as a freelance dancer with dot.Consla project company since 2016 in P@88w0rLd (2016), SOS levitation (2018) I hear you (2018) and as a choreographer assistant for Click (2015) realised for CEDT.
Contemporary dancer, performer. She graduated in 2007 at the Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy, Budapest. She later followed her dance studies in Austria at the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD) “Artist in Process” Undergraduate Programme, ending her curriculum in 2013. Her hungarian dancing career started at MU Terminal. She also performed in pieces shown at the National Dance Theater (Nina Umniakov, The Library) and Godor Klub/Willany Leo improvisation theatre. Between 2009- 2013 she performed as a student of the salsburg dance academy in numerous peformances. She started collaboration with dot.Consla in 2018 for the piece SOS levitation.
Luca Hoffmann, dot.Consla’s youngest dancer graduated in 2018 at the Hungarian Dance Academy as a Modern Dance Artist. She deepened her professional skills and natural talent in workshops and labs of well known Hungarian and international artists such as (Raza Hammadi, Zachár Lóránd, Joseph Tmim, Lakatos János) Péter Juhász, Máté Mészáros(Ultima Vez), Csaba Varga (Anton Lachky Company), Kristóf Várnagy (Cullberg Balett), Natalie Iwaniec gaga technique (Batcheva Dance Company), Julia Robert (Jasmin Vardimon Company), Christine Joy Alpuerto Ritter (Akram Khan Company), Eszter Gál. She has been performing since 2015 with Hungarian and international choreographers : Noémi Kulcsár (Tellabor) Tamás Juronics (Szeged Contemporary Dance Company Varázsfuvola, József legenda), János Feledi (Feledi Project Hat tánc, Varázsdoboz, Orpheus és Euridike, Hullámok) Yvette Bozsik Kodály Ligeti est, Pál Frenák HIR-O, Éva Duda Company Dobbantó. She has been performing in dot.Consla company I hear you in 2018.
Dorottya Podmaniczky graduated at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Humanities where she studied theater and cultural studies. She started her professional training at the Budapest Dance Theaters (BDT) open classes. Her masters were Béla Földi, Raza Hammadi and Márta Metzger. She later worked at the Central Europe Dance Theatre (CEDT) with Attila Kun (cunningham and partnering) and joined company classes at Éva Duda Dance Company (training by Máté Mészáros). She increased her knowledge at workshops by German Jauregui (Ultima vez), Inaki Azpillaga (Ultima vez), Wim Vandekeybus (Ultima vez) Kristóf Várnagy, Péter Juhász (Emanuel Gat Dance), Dávid Mikó (Ferenc Fehér) and other Hungarian choreographers. She is currently a freelancer, member of the Freak Fusion Company and teacher of INspirál Circus Center. Since 2015 she is co-choreographer too. She joined dot.Consla project company in 2018 as a performer in I hear you.
Dorottya Ujszászi was born in Hungary, grew up in Cuba and graduated in 2002 as an award winning dancer at the Győr School of Dance and Fine Arts. She spent major years performing with Budapest Dance Theatre (2002-2006), later with Pr-evolution dance company, Inversedance, Badora Dance Company and at Hungarian National Ballet modern dance events. She has been a Jardin d’Europe and a Fülöp-Viktor scholarship winner. She was involved in international projects for The English National Ballet, Hubert Essakow (GB) and Quan Bui Ngoch’s (from Le Ballets C de la B) projects for 3art3 Company (CH). Highly-ranked ballroom dancer (partner with András Faluvégi) and an internationally renowned salsa and zouk artist and performer, she debuted, in 2011, her professional salsa dancer career with Leon Rose (UK/F) and later zouk dancer career Edelmar Pieternelle, Pasty (Curacao/NL) and performed on stage and taught in 46 countries contemporary salsa and zouk shows. She was semi-finalist of UK Got to dance 2013 dance competition TV show with Leon Rose. She is the dancing double of main actress Rachida Jones in the movie Cuban Fury (2014). She is also a Stott Pilates instructor.
Ronaldo MAGALHAES DE AGUIAR
The Sao Paolo (Brazil) born dancer and dance teacher, Ronaldo Magalhaes De Aguiar lives and works in Hungary. He fusions all kind of dance styles he brought from the Caribbean and Brazil: samba, zouk, reggaeton, bachata, salsa, forró, frevo and samba de gafieira, to which he easily assimilates. He first introduced brasil zouk dance to the Hungarian public. He is the director of his own dance school, RonaldoDance, where he teaches. He first collaborated with Dorottya Ujszaszi at the dot.Consla training program teaching zouk. In 2018 he choreographed zouk dance routine for SOS levitation and joined dot.Consla I hear you in 2018 as a performer and dance partner of choreographer-performer Dorottya Ujszaszi.
Born in India, Arun Srinivasan is the founder and director of Salsa Madras community and organizer of the international Latin Festival Madras. He has been teaching and performing as a salsa, bachata, zouk, and more recently, kizomba artist in numerous festivals and stages around the world since 2007. He also led various dance bootcamps in 11 countries of Asia and Europe. He first met with Dorottya Ujszaszi on the Indian salsa scene in 2014. Since then, long-term cooperation between the two artists developed around international CONSLA and salsa workshops in India and Hungary. In 2018 his cooperation as a foreign guest performer in dot.Consla I hear you was welcome on stage by the Hungarian public.
Tamás Medovarszki performing dancing career started in 2013 when he joined Hungarian Impron2 salsa team lead by Tamás Suba, Stilo. His interest in contemporary dance brought him to join Dorottya Ujszaszi choreographers amateur team ConslaCore in 2017. He also took classes in acting improvisation. Workshops with the Consla team let him develop new skills in the fusion of contemporary dance and partnering. He joined dot.Consla company for the routine of I hear you premiered in 2018.
Veronika HARCSA - Bálint GYÉMÁNT DUO
Veronika Harcsa is a uniquely versatile Hungarian singer and songwriter, whose greatest strength lies in a clarity, which enchants and bedazzles instantly. Her unmistakable combination of timbre, structure and responsiveness consistently result in this rare trait: clarity. Her current project and band is an acoustic duo with guitar player Bálint Gyémánt. Together they have recorded two albums Lifelover (2013), Tell Her (2016) and are regularly touring across Europe. She is also resident at the Valley of Arts Festival in Hungary, where she runs her own stage, being responsible for the jazz program of the cultic ten days festival. Bálint Gyémánt is one of the most outstanding guitarists of the Hungarian jazz scene, who shows real interest in all kinds of music. Besides being a significant member in first rate jazz formations, is happy to take part in different musical projects that fulfill his interest and love of music. In the past few years he has been a frequent guest of Veronika Harcsa’s quartet and started the formation called Bin-Jip with DJ Andrew J and pianist Zsolt Kaltenecker, playing experimental electronic music. Their debut album, Enter (2010), was awarded with the title: The Album of the Year on the Fonogram awards. Their prosperous cooperation with Veronika Harcsa resulted in the formation of a duo. In 2013 they presented their album, Lifelover, also released worldwide. With their repertoire, the musical duo teamed up with dot.Consla I hear you improvisation dance and music performance, premiered in 2018.
László MÁDI „Madla”
As a composer and music editor, Madla works with numerous artists. He mostly compose electronic music and atmospheres for theater plays and performances. He aims to connect theatre, dance performance and audience through music. He composes in close collaboration with the choreographers and artists, his final composition is a result of a creative process as the performance moves on. His works can be heard in the plays of Central Europe Dance Theatre/CEDT Inevitable, About a Three, Polarities, Nevermind, In Sound Out, Éva Duda Company Limit way!, Cosmoslion, Máté Mészáros 4 monologues, Gyula Cserepes Selfy. The result of his collaboration with dot.Consla company can be heard in Click (2015), P@88w0rLd (2016) and Glimpses (2017). He is the composer of the company’s homepage video sound.
Hungarian violinist Kinga Ujszászi, after graduating from the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest moved to London to study at the Royal Academy of Music, historical performance, and is now member of leading baroque music ensembles of England and Europe (The Orchestra of Age of Enlightement, the Orchestra Revolutionere et Romantic, The Academy of Acient Music). In 2012-13 she is the concertmaster of the European Union Baroque Orchestra. She also leads Academia de las Luces in Madrid and the chamber music group Spiritato. She showcased her solo violin mastering with dot.Consla in P@88w0rLd - full - and P@88w0rLd solo - first part - (2016).