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Giuseppe Verdi: Nabucco

Nabucco
Opera in four acts in the Italian language


Saturday 14. October 2017 - 19:00 Detail Buy the ticket
Wednesday 8. November 2017 - 19:00 Detail Buy the ticket
Saturday 30. December 2017 - 18:00 Detail Buy the ticket
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Premiere: 8 October 1999 Historical Building

Conductors: Martin Leginus, Rastislav Štúr, Jaroslav Kyzlink, Dušan Štefánek
Directed by: Zuzana Gilhuus
Set and costumes : Zuzana Gilhuus
Choreography: Jozef Dolinský
Chorusmaster: Ladislav Kaprinay
Nabucco: Dalibor Jenis, Sebastian Catana, Jakub Kettner, Sergej Tolstov
Ismael: Martin Gyimesi, Oto Klein, Tomáš Juhás, Ľudovít Ludha, Ján Babjak
Jiří Sulženko, Peter Mikuláš, Jozef Benci, Ján Galla
Abigail: Jolana Fogašová, Sorina Munteanu, Anda Louise Bogza, Csilla Boross, Szilvia Rálik
Fenena: Michaela Šebestová, Denisa Šlepkovská, Denisa Hamarová, Monika Fabianová
Juraj Peter, Mikuláš Doboš, Martin Mikuš
Abdallo: Ján Babjak, Ivan Ožvát
Anna: Eva Šeniglová, Katarína Flórová, Veronika Mihálková

The power of this early work of Giuseppe Verdi lies in attractive mass scenes and scene with the choir. The Babylonians lead by their King Nebuchadnezzar (Nabucco) invaded to Jerusalem, destroyed the Solomon’s Temple and forced the Israelites to leave for Egypt as captives. But Jehovah, the God of Israelites punished him and Nabucco got insane. He had to cope also with the intrigues of his reputed daughter Abigaille; at the end he discovered his guilt, acknowledged the power and greatness of Jehova, and gives the Israelites their freedom. The well-known ‘Va pensiero’ (the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves) represented the desire of the Italians for freedom and independence in the time when the opera was composed.

Running time: 2 hrs 45 mins with two intervals


Tickets

Program

Performance todayFollowing performance

Saturday, 9. 9. 2017, 12:00
Martin Vanek
From Opera to Opera

Saturday, 16. 9. 2017, 18:00
Martin Vanek
From Opera to Opera

Sunday, 17. 9. 2017, 10:30

Pre-premiére matinée: Spanish Hour, Daphnis and Chloe