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Verdi’s Nabucco was a milestone in the composer’s life, as he achieved his first genuinely sweeping success with this opera. He was enchanted by the powerful Biblical story of the libretto, and this magic will stay with us forever through the depths and passion of music. The chorus “Va, pensiero...” became an anthem of liberty immediately after the premiere in 1842. With his spectacular directing, Gergely Kesselyák presents the shifts in the balance of powers and religions, the story of the demolition of the First Temple and the Babylonian captivity embedded in the eternal cycles of changing eras in world history.

Librettist: Temistocle Solera
Director: Gergely Kesselyák
Set designer: Edit Zeke
Costume designer: Janó Papp
Choreographer: Attila Kozma
Hungarian surtitles: Ferenc Anger
English surtitles: Arthur Roger Crane
Chorus director: Gábor Csiki


Pongrác Kacsóh JOHN THE VALIANT Singspiel in three parts, in Hungarian, with Hungarian and English subtitles

Giuseppe Verdi NABUCCO Opera in three parts, four acts, in Italian, with Hungarian, English, and Italian subtitles

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

Ferenc Erkel HUNYADI LÁSZLÓ Opera in four acts, in three parts, in Hungarian, with Hungarian and English subtitles

Georg Friedrich Händel – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart DER MESSIAS (MESSIAH) – concert Oratorio in three parts, without intermission, in Hungarian,…

Richard Wagner DIE WALKÜRE Opera in three acts, in three parts, in German, with Hungarian and English surtitles

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