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AgrippinaNew production

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PrinzregententheaterMúnich, Bayern, 81675, Alemania
Julio 23, 26, 28, 30 a las 18:00
Festival: Munich Opera Festival
Intérpretes
Bayerische Staatsoper
Ivor BoltonDirector
Barrie KoskyDirector de escena
Rebecca RingstDiseño de escena
Klaus BrunsDiseño de vestuario
Alice CooteMezzosopranoAgrippina
Franco FagioliContratenorNerone (Nero)
Elsa BenoitSopranoPoppea
Gianluca BurattoBajoClaudio (Claudius)
Iestyn DaviesContratenorOttone
Markus SuihkonenBajoLesbo
Andrea MastroniBajoPallante
Eric JurenasContratenorNarciso (Narcissus)
Joachim KleinDiseño de iluminación
Nikolaus StenitzerDramaturgia
Chor der Bayerischen Staatsoper
Bayerisches Staatsorchester

In this breathtaking political thriller, Handel's second composition based on a Nero story and only his third opera, everything appears at first to be fine on the stage of power: The Roman Emperor Claudius is said to have drowned while returning from his successful campaign against the Britons. His wife Agrippina therefore seizes the moment for Nero, her son from her first marriage, to ascend to the throne. Indeed the librettist Vincenzo Grimani, in ancillary professions also a cardinal and emperor's ambassador at the Vatican, among other positions, turned his experiences at the court of Pope Clemens XI and his precise knowledge of the Annals of Tacitus and Suetonius's De vita Caesarum into a libretto that is not only historically precise, but which also twists and turns with the most diverse watershed moments and chicanery surrounding the Vatican throne, so much that, at the end the question here is practically – are there winners, losers and a lieto fine, or happy end, here at all? Director Barrie Kosky sums up: "This opera shows what the best operas are made of – a combination of eroticism and power."

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