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Boris Godunov

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NationaltheaterMúnich, Bayern, Alemania
Marzo 20 20:00, marzo 23 19:00, marzo 27 19:00
Intérpretes
Bayerische Staatsoper
Michail JurowskiDirector
Calixto BieitoDirector de escena
Rebecca RingstDiseño de escena
Ingo KrüglerDiseño de vestuario
Dmitry UlyanovBajoBoris Godunov
Giorgi SturuaTenorGrigory (The Pretender Dmitri)
Brindley SherrattBajoPimen (chronicler-hermit)
Kevin ConnersTenorSimpleton (The yuródivïy or Holy Fool)
Ulrich ReßTenorMissail
Igor TsarkovBajoNikitich
Oleg DavydofBajoMityukha
Christian RiegerBajoThe Boyar-in-Attendance
Mirjam MesakSopranoXenia
Andrzej FilończykBarítonoShchelkalov
Burkhard UlrichTenorPrince Shuisky
Vladimir MatorinBajoVarlaam
Heike GrötzingerMezzosopranoXenia's nurse
Chor der Bayerischen Staatsoper
Bayerisches Staatsorchester

Child murder, scheming monks and a tsar lapsing into madness – Modest Mussorgsky spread the thematic arc wide in his choral opera, which he began to work on from 1868, and with which he attempted to awaken an awareness of his own time through the indirect route of a historic story. As an artist of the 19th century, he was driven by the psychology of the masses. Thus, in Boris Godunov, alongside the hero of the title, the main role is actually taken primarily by the Russian people, rejoicing, starving, demanding and questioning. "Uncovering the fine features of human nature and the mass of humanity, stubbornly drilling in these unexplored regions and conquering them – this is the mission of the true artist. Onward to new shores!“

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