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Giacomo Puccini: Il trittico : Suor Angelica, Il tabarro, Gianni Schicchi

Triptych: Sestra Angelika, Plášť, Gianni Schicchi
A one act opera performed in Italian

Thursday 16. November 2017 - 18:00, Historical building

Thursday 14. December 2017 - 18:00 Detail Buy the ticket
Thursday 18. January 2018 - 11:00 Detail Buy the ticket
Saturday 3. February 2018 - 19:00 Detail Buy the ticket
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Premiere: 17 and 19 February 2016 Historical Building

Musikalische Einstudierung: Rastislav Štúr
Dirigenten: Rastislav Štúr
Inszenierung: Roman Polák
Bühnenbild: Pavel Borák
Kostüme: Peter Čanecký
Chorusmaster: Pavel Procházka
Mária Porubčinová
Denisa Šlepkovská
Paulína Hríbová
Michaela Šebestová
Adriana Banásová
Kateřina Killarová
Mária Kovács
Katarína Ofúkaná
Monika Kyšková
Monika Kyšková
Zuzana Marczelová
Eva Šeniglová
Miriam Maťašová, Eva Rampáčková
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Michele: Sergej Tolstov
Luigi: Miroslav Dvorský
Giorgetta: Eliška Weissová
Frugola: Monika Fabianová
Talpa: Roman Krško
Tinca: Martin Gyimesi
Ivan Ožvát
Miriam Maťašová
Jiří Zouhar
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Gianni Schicchi: Gustáv Beláček
Lauretta: Eva Hornyáková
Rinuccio: Tomáš Juhás
Zita: Denisa Šlepkovská
Betto: Juraj Peter
Simone: Martin Malachovský
Gherardo: Martin Gyimesi
Nella: Adriana Banásová
Gherardino: Andrej Mojžiš, Zhuo Jin, Matúš Kordoš
Marco: Roman Krško
Ciesca: Alena Kropáčková
Tomáš Šelc
Amantio di Nicolao: Mikuláš Doboš
Pinellino: Daniel Hlásny
Guccio: Martin Smolnický
Bratislavský chlapčenský zbor pod vedením Magdalény Rovňákovej

One-act operas often find themselves in the "second-line" of our interest. After all – the smaller time footprint at their disposal can become the reason that they don’t feature dramatic storylines with a more serious scopes and messages. What's more, shorter operas should be connected to each other to create an entire opera evening. This is not a simple matter, being that the nature of each work – be it in terms of content or musical style is quite specific and linking two or more operas in one evening can become counterproductive. Thankfully there are exceptions: the sibling relationship between Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci (which are actually two-act works, but not full-length), i.e. works that are commonly premiered and listed together. And another one of the exceptions is the Puccini trio of one-act operas forming Il trittico. Puccini merges them together in his veristic, unmistakable compositional language and the composer’s unerring musical-dramatic intuition. It is thanks to this that all the preludes that inspired him acquire a deeper meaning, built on the phenomenal musical reflection of the characters and the relationships between them. To all this is added to by the refreshing genre contrast between these parts: when we first - Il tabarro - takes us into the world of the poor boatmen at the Paris Seine a tragic story of brutal murder out of jealousy plays out, in the second (Suor Angelica) audiences are led between the walls of a monastic cloister, within which a young noblewoman and the mother of an illegitimate child battle. The third piece - Gianni Schicchi –is the comical story of a dying wealthy gentleman around whom a vortex of heritage of entitled relatives spins.

Running time: 3 hrs 45 mins with two intervals



Performance todayFollowing performance

Friday, 24. 11. 2017, 19:00
Giuseppe Verdi