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La bohème

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OpernhausLeipzig, Sachsen, D 04109, Alemania
2019 diciembre 20 19:30, diciembre 26 18:00, 2020 febrero 02 18:00
Intérpretes
Oper Leipzig
Christoph GedscholdDirector
Peter KonwitschnyDirector de escena
Johannes LeiackerDiseño de escena, Diseño de vestuario
Gaston RiveroTenorRodolfo
Gal JamesSopranoMimì
Olena TokarSopranoMimì
Jonathan MichieBarítonoMarcello
Magdalena HinterdoblerSopranoMusetta
Franz Xaver SchlechtBarítonoSchaunard
Sejong ChangBajoColline
Jürgen KurthBarítonoBenoît
Jean-Baptiste MouretBajo-barítonoAlcindoro
Ki Jun JungTenorParpignol
Sophie BauerDirector del coro
Leipzig Opera Children's Choir
Alexander StessinDirector del coro
Opernchor Leipzig
Gewandhausorchester Leipzig

On December 10, 1895, the »Club La Bohème« met for the first time. The club – an irreverent artist’s guild of literary types and painters – reminded Giacomo Puccini of his years both as a student and as a bohémien. While his friends drank wine and played cards, Puccini composed. One day, he suddenly cried out from his spot at the piano “Quiet, boys! I’ve finished!” Shortly thereafter, the full score of this legendary opera was finished, and the show, with its wonderful love story between Mimi and Rodolfo, was on stage. Without ever visiting Paris, Puccini captured the city’s atmosphere, from the flair of its cafes to the bleak frost of a winter’s day. His clear characterization of the opera’s protagonists and their sense of emptiness sets the characterizations of desperation and loss, not to mention the opera’s central theme of love. In the end the characters are even more lost, in doubt and alone.

Peter Konwitschny’s interpretation follows the intentions of this great Italian composer and his librettists in bringing Henri Murger’s novel to life. The combination of set, costumes and direction come together to bring a sensitive and poetic production to life.

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