Program


Information on standing places for sold-out performances

If all seats are sold out for the selceted time, 64 standing seats at reasonable prices for the 3rd floor balcony become available 2 hours before the start of the performance. Tickets can be purchased at the Opera House ticket office and online. Please note there is limited view from the side seats and the standing places, but the performance can be followed on screens.

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O Fortuna. Everyone knows the overwhelmingly powerful opening motifs of Carl Orff's most famous work. What fewer people know is that Carmina Burana was not intended to be an oratorical work, but was instead expressly meant for the stage. This becomes clear from the piece's (originally Latin) subtitle: “Secular songs for singers and chorus to be sung together with instruments and magical images.”
Over the course of the many times he has conducted the work, Tibor Bogányi gradually developed a vision for a staged version. The creators conceived a breathtaking spectacle to surround the three soloists, the three dancers from the Hungarian National Ballet and the monumental 120-strong chorus on the stage of the Erkel Theatre, with the 3D “magical images” coming to life on six projection displays and LED walls.
Before the show, the Bordó Sárkány Old Music Order will perform to get the audience tuned in and keyed up for medieval melodies.

We wish to inform you that we occasionally use light effects that may be disturbing or excessively bright for some members of the audience.

This production is presented courtesy of Schott Music GmbH & Co.

AUTHORS

Concept: Ágnes Zászkaliczky | Attila Könnyű | Tibor Bogányi
Artistic director: Ágnes Zászkaliczky | Tibor Bogányi
Conductor, director: Tibor Bogányi
3D projection mapping: Freelusion
Choreographer, visual designer: Tímea Papp
Chief graphic designer: Ádám Herczeg
Costume designer: Mónika Szelei
Chorus director: Gábor Csiki
Head of the children's chorus: Nikolett Hajzer
Hungarian subtitles: Ferenc Pödör
English subtitles: Anonymous
 

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