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Don Giovanni

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NationaltheaterMúnich, Bayern, Alemania
Abril 29 19:00, mayo 02 18:00, mayo 05 19:00
Intérpretes
Bayerische Staatsoper
Antonino FoglianiDirector
Stephan KimmigDirector de escena
Katja HaßDiseño de escena
Anja RabesDiseño de vestuario
Erwin SchrottBajo-barítonoDon Giovanni
Luca PisaroniBajo-barítonoLeporello
Rachel Willis-SørensenSopranoDonna Anna
Carmen GiannattasioSopranoDonna Elvira
Elsa BenoitSopranoZerlina
Callum ThorpeBajo-barítonoThe Commendatore
Frédéric AntounTenorDon Ottavio
Milan SiljanovBajoMasetto
Chor der Bayerischen Staatsoper
Bayerisches Staatsorchester

Don Giovanni – stylized by both his contemporaries and posterity in every nuance between admiration and condemnation: as a sensuous debaucher, an unfeeling cynic, a death-dealing demon, an egotist impelled by his urges, a sad angel or the proud embodiment of human self-realization.

This barely comprehensible hero plays with everyone around him and acts in accordance with just one rule: long live liberty! He seduces countless women, whose lives afterwards are never the same as they were before. He murders the father of one of his conquests, when the older man gets in his way: the painful collateral damage of a compulsive quest for whatever might promise vitality?

Three women and two men join forces to pursue this man, who may have released different impulses in each one of them: thirst for vengeance, desire, curiosity for the unknown, the lust for subjugation or the altruistic desire to redeem him. The closer they get to him, the more his contours dissipate. The desire to unmask him becomes an obsession to punish and destroy him. This is finally carried out by a higher power, so that his pursuers keep running into one another.

Lorenzo da Ponte converted the morality play about a “punished dissolute” into a libretto for Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It was his music that gave the work a Janus-like countenance: a psychologically fine-tuned drama and concurrently a theatrical work that sets the final machinery of hell in motion. A dramma giocoso – a comical drama – and yet, first and foremost, a nocturnal play, in which the lust for life and the joy of life have to erupt, because death, solitude and emptiness wait on the other side.

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