Attila Bordás

Dancer and choreographer


In this period, I realise the importance of physical meetings between people, because I think it can serve the mental and spiritual health of everybody.

Attila Bordás – performance

“Front end foreigner”, choreography by Attila Bordás; music – Back End by KÜB_BEAT
Recorded at ARCUB, November 2021
Video concept: Virgil Oprina


CAMP - Contemporary Artistic Movement Platform is the most important project in my life, which I want to extend and expand, to provide an opportunity that sometimes the existing dance faculties and schools and platforms don’t offer.

Attila Bordás introduces himself

Recorded in November 2021


Attila Bordás

Dancer and choreographer

(b. 1986, Sfântu Gheorghe)

Attila Bordás is a Hungarian independent artist well known as an artistic director, choreographer, theatre director, performer & contemporary dance – teacher, born in Romania.

He believes in the variety and combination of stage arts, having created and directed theatre plays, dance theatre performances, physical theatre experiments, choreographies, flash-mobs, workshops, dance ateliers, cultural events, dance-photo projects and other artistic works.

As a polyhistor artist, near theatre and dance theatre, he has contributed to musicals, operas, rock operas, films, video-clips and open-air performances. He worked mostly in Romania, collaborating with major theatres in the country, but also had different artistic projects in Hungary, Greece, Austria, Bulgaria, Serbia and Czech Republic.

From 2017, he is the initiator & artistic director of CAMP – Contemporary Artistic Movement Platform, one of the biggest contemporary dance-camp in Romania, related with a mini festival, which is based on the idea of learning and progressing through workshops held by internationally recognized artists, dance performances, conferences, outdoor screenings, live-acts, concerts and artistic networking.

From 2015 he is making part as an international jury and dance instructor of TDF – Thessaloniki Dance Festival – the biggest dance festival in Greece.

In 2014 he was one of the 4 directors chosen from 58 other competitors and artists to win two years scholarship at the National Theatre in Budapest.

Since 2015 he is a member of Harag György Company at Northern Theatre as choreographer & stage director.

Attila Bordás moves on a large scale of artistic researches between theatre and dance, actors and dancers, universal and experimental, performing on stage or making concepts.