Erich Wolfgang Korngold

The Dead City

Jules Massenet

Cendrillon

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Festival Bernstein 100

Marlon Brando in »On the waterfron

Soundtrack by Bernstein live played
Lunch Talk / in English

»Candide« in the time of Trump

With Nina Bernstein Simmons and Jamie Bernstein, Michael Steinberg, Prof. Ethel Matala de Mazza and Barrie Kosky, conducted in English and hosted by journalist Adam Joachim Goldmann
Radically modern! General Music Director Ainārs Rubiķis and the multi-talented composer, conductor and virtuoso pianist Fazıl Say present one of the key works of twentieth-century American music with Leonard Bernstein’s Symphony No. 2 The Age of Anxiety. Inspired why W.H. Auden’s monumental poem of the same name, this musical poetry is contrasted with Anton Bruckner’s highly romantic 7th Symphony. © Marco Borggreve
Radically modern! General Music Director Ainārs Rubiķis and the multi-talented composer, conductor and virtuoso pianist Fazıl Say present one of the key works of twentieth-century American music with Leonard Bernstein’s Symphony No. 2 The Age of Anxiety. Inspired why W.H. Auden’s monumental poem of the same name, this musical poetry is contrasted with Anton Bruckner’s highly romantic 7th Symphony. © Marco Borggreve


Cendrillon (Cinderella)

A fairytale opera of Jules Massenet
An unsuccessful ballerina who, as Cinderella, flees from her stepmother’s demands and sisters’ jealousy into the saving arms of the one, true, great love: Damiano Michieletto’s realistic and ironic staging of this rare opera with soprano Nadja Mchantaf in the title role and mezzo-soprano Karolina Gumos as the fairytale prince surprises “with its magically light theatricality” [taz]. © Monika Rittershaus
An unsuccessful ballerina who, as Cinderella, flees from her stepmother’s demands and sisters’ jealousy into the saving arms of the one, true, great love: Damiano Michieletto’s realistic and ironic staging of this rare opera with soprano Nadja Mchantaf in the title role and mezzo-soprano Karolina Gumos as the fairytale prince surprises “with its magically light theatricality” [taz]. © Monika Rittershaus