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Rusalka

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OpernhausLeipzig, Sachsen, D 04109, Alemania
2019 octubre 18 19:30, noviembre 03 18:00, noviembre 09 19:00, diciembre 13 19:30, 2020 febrero 09 18:00
Intérpretes
Oper Leipzig
Christoph GedscholdDirector
Michiel DijkemaDirector de escena, Diseño de escena
Jula ReindellDiseño de vestuario
Magdalena HinterdoblerSopranoRusalka, First Wood Sprite2019 oct 18, nov 03, 09
Gal JamesSopranoRusalka2019 dic 13, 2020 feb 09
Patrick VogelTenorPrince
Tuomas PursioBarítonoVodník, the water goblin
Karin LoveliusMezzosopranoJežibaba, the Witch
Kathrin GöringMezzosopranoForeign Princess
Hinrich HornBarítonoGamekeeper2019 oct 18, nov 03
Jonathan MichieBarítonoGamekeeper2019 nov 09, dic 13, 2020 feb 09
Mirjam NeururerSopranoKitchen Boy
Dan KarlströmTenorThe Hunter2019 oct 18, nov 03, dic 13, 2020 feb 09
Jacob Paul Romero KressinTenorThe Hunter2019 nov 09
Sandra MaxheimerMezzosopranoSecond Wood Sprite2019 oct 18, nov 03, 09, 2020 feb
Julia MoormanSopranoSecond Wood Sprite2019 dic 13
Sandra JankeContraltoThird Wood Sprite2019 oct 18, nov 03, 09, dic 13
Sandra FechnerMezzosopranoThird Wood Spritefeb 09
Michael FischerDiseño de iluminación
Nele WinterDramaturgia
Alexander StessinDirector del coro
Opernchor Leipzig
Gewandhausorchester Leipzig

Rusalka is a fairytale for adults that tells the story of longing for another world. Dvorák and ­Kvapil (his ­librettist) were inspired not only by Slavic ­myths, but also by de la Motte Fouqués’ Undine, and ­Andersen’s Little Mermaid. They tell their story from the ­perspective of a creature of nature, into whose world Man callously intrudes. It is one of the most well-known Czech operas, and although the “Song to the Moon” is its most famous excerpt, Dvorák’s entire score is filled with magical soundscapes and fragile beauty.

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