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Imre Dózsa is the doyen and a living legend of classical Hungarian ballet. After decades as an active dancer, he worked as ballet director for the Opera in 1983 and 1984, prior to which he led the transitioning State Ballet Institute and the Hungarian Dance College for 12 years. He was an excellent danseur noble who, in addition to the main roles of classical and romantic ballet works, also played his roles with similar excelling quality in modern creations as well. He returned to the Opera in the 2011/2012 season and has since been the Hungarian National Ballet’s instructor and ballet master. The Hungarian State Opera and the Hungarian Dance Academy are holding a gala night in honour of Imre Dózsa.

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