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Read more: Gyula Fekete: The story of a motherReview of Gyula Fekete’s opera The story of a mother. 'A rare moment' - we often say, when a new Hungarian opera is premiered. However, this assessment was fortunately less and less true in recent years, owing to the Miskolc Opera Festival, too. In the previous three years several premieres of Hungarian operas took place at the Festival - among others the new work of György Selmeczi, János Vajda, György Orbán and László Dubrovay. We have a good reason to hope, that this tendency will continue in the future, as well.

Read more: Gergely KesselyákInterview with conductor Gergely Kesselyák, the director of the ’Bartók+ Opera Festival’ in Miskolc. The interview was made some days after the Festival of 2014.

Read more: Robert Dean SmithInterview with tenor Robert Dean Smith. One of the most famous tenors of our time performed at the Miskolc Opera Festival in Hungary in Korngold’s Die tote Stadt on June 20th. The singer will come to Hungary again in November to sing the title role of Tannhäuser at the Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest. Though probably the greatest star of this festival, Robert Dean Smith is a humble, very friendly and genial person. The interview was made before the performance of Die tote Stadt.

Read more: Aldo TarabellaAt this year’s Miskolc Opera Festival in June Nino Rota’s opera Napoli milionaria was performed for the first time in Hungary by the company of the Teatro del Giglio from Lucca, Italy. This interview was made before the performance with composer, stage director Aldo Tarabella, who is also the artistic director of the theatre of Lucca.

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