Program


Current events










An avid and passionate reader of chivalric romances, Don Quixote decides that for the sake of his own glory and the common good, he must set out in search of adventures as a knight-errant. He sets for himself an objective no lower than to redress grievances, right wrongs and repair injustices. The popular story of the Knight of the Woeful Countenance was presented in a new production at the OPERA in 2016. The legendary 1940 Moscow performance featuring choreographies by Petipa, Goleizovsky and Gorsky was tailored-made for the Hungarian National Ballet by internationally renowned Russian master Michael Messerer assisted by Hungarian set and costume designers.

Libretto after the novel of the same title by Miguel de Cervantes: Marius Petipa
Choreographer: Alexander Gorsky, Marius Petipa, Kasyan Goleizovsky, Michael Messerer
Composer: Ludwig Minkus
Set designer: István Rózsa
Costume designer: Nóra Rományi
Lighting designer: Kirk Bookman
Répétiteurs: Olga Sabadosh, Evgeny Popov, Anna Andrushko, Ksenia Oyvental
Company répétiteurs: Albert Mirzoyan, Ildikó Pongor, Irina Prokofieva, Tamás Solymosi, Marianna Venekei

 

Suggestions


Georges Bizet CARMEN Opera in two parts, four acts, in French, with Hungarian and English surtitles

Johann Strauss Jr. DIE FLEDERMAUS (THE BAT) Operetta in three acts in Hungarian, with English and Hungarian surtitles

Contemporary Opera This performance is not recommended for chrildren under the age of 14.

Sir Kenneth MacMillan / Franz Liszt / John Lanchbery: MAYERLING Ballet in three acts

Opera in three acts, in Italian, with Hungarian and English surtitles

Opera in three parts, in three acts, with prologue and epilogue, in French, with Hungarian and English surtitles

Warning! The basket time limit is about to expire!
estimated time left:
00:00

item(s) in basket

total:


Time limit has expired. Please, put item(s) in to basket again.