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Die tote StadtNew production

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NationaltheaterMúnich, Bayern, Alemania
2019 noviembre 18 19:00, noviembre 22 19:00, noviembre 26 19:00, diciembre 01 18:00, diciembre 06 19:00, diciembre 11 19:00
Intérpretes
Bayerische Staatsoper
Kirill PetrenkoDirector
Simon StoneDirector de escena
Ralph MyersDiseño de escena
Mel PageDiseño de vestuario
Jonas KaufmannTenorPaul
Marlis PetersenSopranoMarietta
Andrzej FilończykBarítonoFrank, Fritz
Jennifer JohnstonMezzosopranoBrigitta
Mirjam MesakSopranoJuliette
Corinna ScheurleMezzosopranoLucienne
Manuel GüntherTenorGaston
Dean PowerTenorGraf Albert
Roland EdrichDiseño de iluminación
Stellario FagoneDirector del coro
Chor der Bayerischen Staatsoper
Bayerisches Staatsorchester

The boundary between dream and reality increasingly dissolves as Paul, mourning his dead wife Marie, meets the dancer Marietta. With her looks so similar to Marie’s, Marietta becomes the object of the projection of Paul’s erotic desires. His grief has the traits of a ritual: The carefully composed strands of his dead wife’s hair are guarded like a relic. Following a nerve-racking “vision” with cathartic effect, Paul is finally reeled back to reality. He can leave the Belgian city of Bruges as the place of his death cult. The original title of the piece, “Triumph des Lebens” (Triumph of Life), is symbolic of the main character’s personal development.

Just a few weeks before the immensely successful world premiere of Die tote Stadt, none other than Giacomo Puccini himself described Erich Wolfgang Korngold, only 23 at the time, as the “greatest hope of new German music”. Because of their melodic urgency, arias such as “Glück, das mir verblieb (Marietta's Lute Song)” and “Mein Sehnen, mein Wähnen (Pierrot's Song)” have found a home among the concert repertoires of numerous opera singers and radiate far beyond the fame of Die tote Stadt.

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