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CarmenNew production

Diese Veranstaltung fand in der Vergangenheit statt
Deutsche OperBismarckstraße 35, Berlin, 10627, Deutschland
2018 Januar 20 19:30, Januar 24 19:30, Januar 27 19:30, Februar 04 18:00, Februar 10 19:30
Deutsche Oper Berlin
Ivan RepušićDirigent
Ole Anders TandbergRegisseur
Erlend BirkelandBühnenbild
Maria GeberKostüme
Clémentine MargaineMezzosopranCarmen
Charles CastronovoTenorDon José
Markus BrückBaritonEscamillo
Heidi StoberSopranMicaëla
Tobias KehrerBassZuniga
Philipp JekalBaritonMoralès
Nicole HaslettSopranFrasquita
Jana KurucováMezzosopranMercédès
Dean MurphyBaritonLe Dancaïre
Ya-Chung HuangTenorLe Remendado
Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Kinderchor der Deutschen Oper Berlin

Georges Bizet’s Carmen was a deliberate and direct affront to the Romantic operatic tradition. The fiercely independent spirit of the eponymous heroine was the polar opposite of the passive suffering of the female characters that had populated the opera stage up to that point. Yet Carmen is anti-Romantic in a larger sense: Bizet’s opera presents a world in which love as a feeling between two people is out of place and has long been supplanted by sex and violence. Carmen and Escamillo, the torero, are emblematic of this new society, where survival of the fittest is the only law that counts, a world where Don José, with his bourgeois ideal of love, remains an oddity, doomed to fail. With his clear-eyed view of the bleakness of the human condition Bizet lines up with novelist Emile Zola. In a rejection of the stereotypical image peddled by many productions, Bizet’s Spain casts the ugliness of poverty in a true light.

After his triumphant directorial debut at the Deutsche Oper Berlin with Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, Norwegian director Ole Anders Tandberg has set himself the task of reviving for audiences the elemental drives portrayed in Bizet’s masterpiece. He can rely on the services of one of the great Carmen interpreters of the present day, Frenchwoman Clémentine Margaine, who began her international career in the Bismarckstraße.

 In French with German and English surtitles

3 hrs 15 mins / 1 interval

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