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190619 opfeszt kekszakall gms 6 resizeBluebeard: András Palerdi, Judith: Andrea Rost“...an encounter of operatic and symphonic poetry...”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPERA FOR THOUSANDS

190619 opfeszt beavato gms 34 resizeInitiation performance
Pietro Mascagni: Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic Chivalry)

Storyteller: András Hábetler
With contribution by: Soloists of the performance, Orchestra and Choir of the Miskolc National Theatre, Asan Civic Choir
Conducted by: Balázs Kocsár

Opera is open to everyone – this is the »Opera fo Thousands« series is all about. The inclusive performance was actually the rehearsal of the Friday«s evening show. Love – which is the eternal theme of any art piece including of Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic Chivalry) by Pietro Mascagni. Popular topic, popular music with tragedy.

 

 

 

 

Aleksandr Scriabin: Prometheus: The Poem of Fire
a concert with light show

190619 prometheus vj06 resizeAleksandr Scriabin: Prometheus: The Poem of Fire (Lighting Design: Tamás Bányai, Contributing: Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, Conducted by: Zsolt Hamar)Lighting Design: Tamás Bányai
Visual Design: Edit Zeke
Contributing: Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, Dávid Báll – piano
Conducted by: Zsolt Hamar

Can you see the music? Prometheus, The poem of Fire composed by the Russian composer Alexader Scriabin provided something unbelievable. The intensity of the sounds of the orcahestra, and the harmony of the keys were accompanied by harsness of the colours. And music has not just been heard but finally seen on the Bartok Plus Opera Festival.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Béla Bartók: Bluebeard’s Castle
Opera in one act, in Hungarian, with English surtitles

190619 opfeszt kekszakall gms 2 resizeAndrás Palerdi, Andrea Rost, Conducted by Zsolt Hamar

Libretto: Béla Balázs

Duke Bluebeard: András Palerdi
Judith: Andrea Rost

Contributing: Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
Directed and Conducted by: Zsolt Hamar

Zoltán Kocsis (1952-2016) conductor and pianist’s contribution has made the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra one of the most significant interpreters of Bartók’s oeuvre. In this festival performance of Bluebeard’s Castle Zsolt Hamar, holder of the Liszt Award, heading the orchestra since 2017 undertakes the creative tasks of stage direction in addition to that of the conductor with the support of outstanding artists. He says: "I truly believe that opera is not a libretto with musical accompaniment but a theatre play of its own right written by the composer, in the language of music using means of expression inherent to music."

The rhythm of the raindrops added a bit of a blue mood to the Bluebeard«s Castle, which has been the vital show of the Bartok Plus Opera Festival since the beginning. This year Bartok«s well-known masterpiece was performed by the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zsolt Hamar starring Andrea Rost and Andras Palerdi.

 

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The rhythm of the raindrops added a bit of a blue mood to the Bluebeard«s Castle, which has been the vital show of the Bartok Plus Opera Festival since the beginning. This year Bartok«s well-known masterpiece was performed by the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zsolt Hamar starring Andrea Rost and Andras Palerdi.

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