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Le nozze di Figaro

Le nozze di Figaro

Judit Galgóczy's direction focuses on the dynamic and pulsating game of everyone appearing different to what they are and desiring something other than what they have. On the stage, everything is alive, pulsing and moving, as the music swells forth...

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Le nozze di Figaro
Comic opera in two parts, four acts, in Italian, with Hungarian surtitles

Standing at the centre of this opera relating, with scintillating wit, the chaotic events of the "day of madness" and a wedding nearly gone up in smoke are the already familiar and clever barber from Seville and his spirited love, Susanna. But there is also much, much more... Human emotions, desires, dreams and disappointments, which Mozart's balanced and ornate music depicts not only with irony, but also with humanity.
Judit Galgóczy's direction focuses on the dynamic and pulsating game of everyone appearing different to what they are and desiring something other than what they have. On the stage, everything is alive, pulsing and moving, as the music swells forth...

General cast
Conductor............. György Vashegyi
The Count............ Levente Molnár / Erwin Schrott
The Countess....... Andrea Rost
Figaro................... András Palerdi / Erwin Schrott
Susanna............... Rita Rácz
Marcellina............. Mária Farkasréti
Bartolo.................. Géza Gábor
Cherubino............. Zsófia Kálnay
Basilio................... Zoltán Megyesi
Barbarina.............. Zsófia Nagy
Don Curzio........... Péter Kiss
Antonio................. Bence Pataki

Credits
Librettist: Lorenzo Da Ponte
Director: Judit Galgóczy
Costume designer: Attila Csikós
Costume designer: Nelly Vágó
Choreographer: András Nádasdy
Hungarian surtitles: Ádám Nádasdy
English surtitles: Arthur Roger Crane
Photo by: Pályi Zsófia
Head of the Children's Chorus: Hajzer Nikolett
Chorus director: Gábor Csiki

Premier: 24/01/1998

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