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ToscaNew production

Hungarian State OperaAndrássy út 22, Budapest, Central Hungary, 1061, Hungary
Dates/times in Budapest time zone
Saturday 24 September 202219:00
Wednesday 28 September 202219:00
Friday 30 September 202219:00
Sunday 02 October 202219:00
Friday 07 October 202219:00
Sunday 09 October 202219:00
Thursday 13 October 202219:00
Saturday 15 October 202219:00
Sunday 30 October 202219:00
Puccini, Giacomo (1858-1924)ToscaLibretto by Luigi Illica, Giuseppe Giacosa
Hungarian State Opera
Gergely KesselyákConductor
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra
Hungarian State Opera Chorus
Csilla BorossSopranoFloria Tosca
Zsuzsanna ÁdámSopranoFloria Tosca
Attila FeketeTenorMario Cavaradossi
Adorján PatakiTenorMario Cavaradossi
Peter KálmánBaritoneBaron Scarpia
Mihály KálmándyBaritoneBaron Scarpia
Géza GáborBassCesare Angelotti
István KovácsBassCesare Angelotti
Tibor SzappanosTenorSpoletta
Tivadar KissTenorSpoletta
László SzvétekBassSacristan (Sagrestano)
András KissBaritoneSacristan (Sagrestano)

What makes a work so special that it can hold the insatiable and continuous interest of both the audience and a long line of successive opera directors? Tosca is made irresistible by the musical nuances of its every last detail, the sensitive expression of everyday moments, the lean, to the point storytelling, the dramatic moments, and of course its rich melodies among other things. The romantic, sensual love life of the painter Cavaradossi and the actress Tosca is interrupted by politics and Baron Scarpia, who is perhaps the most wicked villain in opera history. Both lovers of the couple rise above torture, blackmail, suffering and even death with human greatness through their love for one another.

Subscriptions on sale until 30 June 2022; tickets on sale from 4 July 2022

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