16 December 2017

Join us at 20:00 CET

EYD2017
Kristóf Szabó

Kristóf Szabó

My Life and Love Might Still Go on in Your Heart

Kristóf Szabó

My Life and Love Might Still Go on in Your Heart

He was born in 1994, is a student of the last year of the Ballet School "Roman Turczynowicz" in Warsaw.

Performance video

Participants must be aged between 16 and 21 years old in the year of the competition, and not be professionally engaged. They may be soloists or couples.
Each act performs a solo act that they have prepared in advance of the competition in any style they choose. In addition, each act is part of a group dance which is choreographed during 'Young Dancers Week' by an independent, professional choreographer.
A professional jury representing the three elements of dance (ballet, contemporary, and modern) scores each individual performance, and the group dances.
Two acts are selected to the final round by the jury, where they must perform a spontaneous dance during a 90-second ‘dual’. Both dancers have 45 seconds each during the dual, and take it un turns to ‘dace off’ against each other.
The jury chooses a winner from the final two, who is crowned Eurovision Young Dancer.

Participation

The dance

Performed by
Kristóf Szabó
Choreographed
Katarzyna Kubalska
Broadcaster
TVP

The dance

Performed by
Kristóf Szabó
Choreographed
Katarzyna Kubalska
Broadcaster
TVP

Participation

Artist accounts

This artist doesn't have any official channels

He was born in 1994, is a student of the last year of the Ballet School "Roman Turczynowicz" in Warsaw.

Performance video

Participants must be aged between 16 and 21 years old in the year of the competition, and not be professionally engaged. They may be soloists or couples.
Each act performs a solo act that they have prepared in advance of the competition in any style they choose. In addition, each act is part of a group dance which is choreographed during 'Young Dancers Week' by an independent, professional choreographer.
A professional jury representing the three elements of dance (ballet, contemporary, and modern) scores each individual performance, and the group dances.
Two acts are selected to the final round by the jury, where they must perform a spontaneous dance during a 90-second ‘dual’. Both dancers have 45 seconds each during the dual, and take it un turns to ‘dace off’ against each other.
The jury chooses a winner from the final two, who is crowned Eurovision Young Dancer.

The dance

Performed by
Kristóf Szabó
Choreographed
Katarzyna Kubalska
Broadcaster
TVP

Artist accounts

This artist doesn't have any official channels

He was born in 1994, is a student of the last year of the Ballet School "Roman Turczynowicz" in Warsaw.

Performance video

Participants must be aged between 16 and 21 years old in the year of the competition, and not be professionally engaged. They may be soloists or couples.
Each act performs a solo act that they have prepared in advance of the competition in any style they choose. In addition, each act is part of a group dance which is choreographed during 'Young Dancers Week' by an independent, professional choreographer.
A professional jury representing the three elements of dance (ballet, contemporary, and modern) scores each individual performance, and the group dances.
Two acts are selected to the final round by the jury, where they must perform a spontaneous dance during a 90-second ‘dual’. Both dancers have 45 seconds each during the dual, and take it un turns to ‘dace off’ against each other.
The jury chooses a winner from the final two, who is crowned Eurovision Young Dancer.

Participation