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Royal Academy Opera: Orphée aux enfers

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Hackney Empire291 Mare Street, Hackney, Londres, Greater London, E8 1EJ, Reino Unido
Fechas/horas en zona horaria de London
Intérpretes
Royal Academy Opera
Gareth HancockDirector
Martin DuncanDirector de escena
Alex Doidge-GreenDiseño de escena
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Nika GoričSopranoEurydice2017 feb 04, 06
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Lorena Paz NietoSopranoDiane2017 feb 04, 06
Frances GregoryMezzosopranoVenus2017 feb 03, 05
Marvic MonrealSopranoVenus2017 feb 04, 06
Leslie BickleSopranoCupidon2017 feb 03, 05
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Mikhail ShepelenkoTenorOrphée2017 feb 03, 05
Emanuel HeitzTenorOrphée2017 feb 04, 06
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Steve EliasCoreografía

Royal Academy Opera

‘You can listen to the next generation of classical musicians at the Royal Academy of Music’ (Sunday Times), and now the opera stars of the future return to the legendary Hackney Empire for Jacques Offenbach’s famous ‘opéra bouffe’, Orpheus in the Underworld.

This irreverent satire was unleashed on Parisian audiences in 1858 to a combination of shock and delight: ‘a profanation of holy and glorious antiquity’, ‘a coarse and grotesque parody’, said the critics. Its many memorable set-pieces include the risqué Galop Infernal, better known as the ‘can-can’ – one of the most famous dance tunes of all time. 

This new production is conducted by Gareth Hancock, Director of Royal Academy Opera. The director, Martin Duncan, promises to bring us an entertaining show that is ‘funny, colourful, all-singing and all-dancing’.

Sung in the original French with surtitles. 
Dialogue in English translation. 

‘The Royal Academy of Music's opera can always be looked forward to because it never disappoints… the musical performance is invariably on a high level’ — The Spectator

Tickets £25, £22.50, £20 (concessions £20, £17.50, £15; special £5 tickets for students and under-16s)

Buy tickets now from the Hackney Empire Box Office: www.hackneyempire.co.uk, telephone 020 8985 2424

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