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Guide to Hungarian State Opera

The Hungarian Opera House will be under renovation until 2020 but you will find their events when you scroll down this page
février 2020
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Verdi: Aida
János Mohácsi; Hungarian State Opera; Khell Zsolt; Kriszta Remete

BudapestL'italiana in Algeri (The Italian Girl in Algiers)

L'italiana in Algeri (The Italian Girl in Algiers)
Rossini: L'italiana en Algeri (L'italienne à Alger)
Máté Szabó; Hungarian State Opera; Balázs Cziegler; Anni Füzér

BudapestLaurenciaNew production

Krein: Laurencia
Vakhtang Chabukiani; Mikhail Messerer; Hungarian National Ballet; István Rózsa; Nóra Rományi

BudapestBánk bán

Bánk bán
Erkel: Bánk bán
Attila Vidnyánszky; Hungarian State Opera; Oleksandr Bilozub; Viktória Nagy


Delibes: Sylvia
László Seregi; Hungarian National Ballet; Gábor Forray; Tivadar Márk

BudapestThe Hungarian State Opera Orchestra in concert (Ybl206)

The Hungarian State Opera Orchestra in concert (Ybl206)
Mahler, Dohnányi
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra; Balázs Kocsár; Hungarian State Opera

BudapestL'oca del Cairo

L'oca del Cairo
Mozart: L'oca del Cairo
Pál Németh; Attila Toronykőy; Hungarian State Opera; Katalin Juhász
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Szinetár lets the laughs rule in Hungarian Magic Flute

The Hungarian State Opera's revival of The Magic Flute lacks a little magic. 

The Queen of Sheba a rare Hungarian delight in New York

Erika Gál (The Queen of Sheba) © Attila Nagy | Hungarian State Opera
The Hungarian State Opera's first New York tour featured an opera of forbidden love set in the Biblical Times by Karl Goldmark, and was a rare treat for the New York audience.

Idiomatic Bluebeard's Castle from the Hungarians in New York

András Palerdi (Bluebeard) and Ildikó Komlósi (Judith) © Attila Nagy | Hungarian State Opera
Powerful and evocative imagery, both literal and implied, lingered on beyond the drop of the curtain.

A worthy rarity: Erkel’s Bánk bán has its belated American première

Levente Molnár (Bánk bán) and István Rácz (Tiborc) © Attila Nagy
The music, a combination of Italian-sounding melodies, German instrumentation and Hugarian dotted rhythms, was remarkably captivating.
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The Hungarian National Ballet brings its Don Quixote to New York

Tatiana Melnik (Kitri), Hungarian National Ballet's Don Quixote © Attila Nagy | Hungarian State Opera
In addition to providing a showcase for the principals, the ballet provides ample opportunity for the company's soloists to shine.

Theme and Variations / Études opens in Budapest

The Hungarian National Ballet in Etudes © Szilvia Csibi | Hungarian State Opera
A double bill that focuses on the purity of classical ballet form, in a fine combined 70th Anniversary celebration, excellently performed by Hungarian National Ballet.  

Three shades of Hans van Manen

Aliya Tanykpayeva and Iurii Kekalo in Trois Gnossiennes © Attila Nagy | Hungarian State Opera
Now an ever-developing city, Budapest has become much more than faded grandeur, actually, and the Hungarian National Ballet’s recent moves reflect just that

A strongly themed 2019-20 season for Hungarian State Opera

With over twenty new productions of opera, ballet, dance or staged choral works, the Hungarian State Opera and Hungarian National Ballet present a 2019/20 packed with interesting ideas, many of them with a Christian theme to celebrate the forthcoming Eucharistic Congress.