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L'incoronazione di Poppea

Eiffel Art Studios: Bánffy StageÉszaki Műhely Kőbánya, Budapest, Central Hungary, Hungary
Dates/times in Budapest time zone
Wednesday 10 November 202120:00
Friday 12 November 202120:00
Sunday 14 November 202119:00
Saturday 20 November 202111:00
Sunday 28 November 202111:00
Performers
Hungarian State Opera
Gergely VajdaConductor
András Almási-TothDirector
Krisztina LisztopádSet Designer
Izsák LiliCostume Designer
Eszter OrbánDramaturgy
Bori KeszeiSopranoPoppea
Tibor SzappanosTenorNerone
Andrea SzántóMezzo-sopranoOttavia
Krisztián CserBassOttone
Gábor BretzBassSeneca
Eszter ZemlényiSopranoDrusilla
Zoltán DaragóBaritoneAmore
Bernadett WiedemannMezzo-sopranoArnalta
Diána KissSopranoLa Fortuna
Erdős RóbertBaritoneLiberto
Lőrinc KósaBassLittore
Mária FarkasrétiSopranoNutrice
Andrea Brassói-JőrösSopranoLa Virtù
Gergely DargóTenorLucano
Fekete-Kovács Quintet

Opera in two parts, in Italian with Hungarian and English surtitles

Monteverdi’s final work for the stage dates from 1642, meaning the dawn of the genre of opera.  It is customary to consider this music by the 75-year-old master to be the first true opera, which both back then and ever since has been praised for its originality, its melodiousness as well as for its multi-layered depiction of the human features of the characters. From all of this, it appears that Poppea’s relevance has not changed one whit over the course of the centuries. The piece will be staged by András Almási-Tóth at the Eiffel Art Studios in an unusual format: the Opera has commissioned Máté Bella to create a rescored new version spiced with contemporary musical elements.

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