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Klassische Musik, Oper, Ballett und Tanz in Ostrava, Tschechien

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NODO winds down with phenomenal Oresteia

Holger Falk (Cassandra) © New Opera Days Ostrava
Despite the fact that few (if any) in the audience could understand ancient Greek, the emotions of the characters, and particularly the desperation of Mr Falk's Kassandra, came through with astonishing intensity.

Cígler and Ayres double bill in Ostrava

Protracted Sinuous Movement of a Longitudinal Object © New Opera Days Ostrava
The third night of New Opera Days Ostrava took place in the Antonín Dvořák Theatre and consisted of a double bill of two hour-long operas.

At the Waters of Lethe in Ostrava

Karol Bartosiński (Mordake) © New Opera Days Ostrava
The first night having taken place on the outskirts of town in the 'Coal Mine Bathrooms', I was curious as to where I'd land on the second night of New Opera Days Ostrava. This time I found myself at Cooltour, a more conventional theater above a coffeeshop/bookstore complete with outdoor patio from which the smell of barbecue occasionally wafted.

Aventures: Ligeti and Kotík in Ostrava

© New Opera Days Ostrava
NODO opens with Ligeti's Aventures and Nouvelle Aventures in the old bathrooms of Coal Mine Hlubina, followed by the world première of Mr Kotík's William William in the hall upstairs. 

Modern Merriment in Ostrava

Janáčkova Filharmonie Ostrava © Martin Popelář
Spirits ran high and the music captivated record crowds at this year's Ostrava Days New and experimental Music Festival.

New Opera Days in Ostrava

A round-up report from the four-day festival of new opera in Ostrava; After four nights of living on the edge, polished, finished pieces will never seem as interesting again.