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Carmen (Vom 2020-07-03 verschoben)

Olavinlinna CastleSavonlinna, Kymenlaakso, 57150, Finnland
Datum/Zeit in Helsinki Zeitzone
Freitag 02 Juli 202119:00
Dienstag 06 Juli 202119:00
Freitag 09 Juli 202119:00
Montag 12 Juli 202119:00
Freitag 16 Juli 202119:00
Dienstag 20 Juli 202119:00
Donnerstag 22 Juli 202119:00
Festspiel: Savonlinna Opera Festival
Programm
Bizet, Georges (1838-1875)CarmenLibretto von Henri Meilhac, Ludovic Halévy,
Darsteller
Marianne MörckRegisseur
Anna KontekBühnenbild
Ann-Mari AnttilaKostüme
Tuija KnihtiläMezzosopranCarmenJul 02, 09, 16, 22
Amadi LaghaTenorDon José
Andrei KymachBaritonEscamillo
Annika LeinoSopranMicaëlaJul 06, 12, 20
Irina NuutinenMezzosopranMercédès
Joonas AsikainenBaritonLe Dancaïre
Savonlinna Opera Festival Choir
Savonlinna Opera Festival Orchestra
Savonlinna Opera Festival Children's Choir
Matti HyökkiChorleitung
Thorsten DahnLicht

Carmen is an opera of untamed passion. It is about freedom, love unconstrained by rules, burning lust, jealousy and fatalism. What’s more, upon closer inspection, the world’s most popular opera reveals new layers. Perhaps Carmen’s restlessness is fuelled by an innate need to belong somewhere – and to someone.

The passionate lead role will be interpreted by the award-winning, rising Swiss-born mezzo-soprano Ève-Maud Hubeaux, while the outstanding Amadi Lagha will be seen as Carmen’s lover Don José. In Turandot in summer 2018, the audience applauded Lagha with such rapture and persistence that he sang his aria not once but twice.

The production whisks the audience to the lively milieu of 1930s Spain. Bizet’s composition beats to a Sevillan rhythm, but with the light-hearted and sophisticated air of his native France. The young conductor Stephan Zilias is a rising talent from Germany. He has been awarded the Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, an honour reserved for the particularly successful in their career, including Sir Simon Rattle.

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