In this instalment of the Opera Hoopla series, conductor Dániel Dinyés and director Pál Göttinger "dissect”, analyse and reconstruct Mozart's comic opera right before the audience's eyes - and very likely to their great amazement as well. Joining forces with some of Hungary's finest singers, this outstanding creative pair will lead the audience deep into the work and the vocal performances on stage. This is no highlights production; instead they're shedding light on the interrelationships that might remain hidden to the attendees of a traditional opera performance. For example, there's nothing stopping them from repeating a given part and giving a leisurely peak into the connections between the musical fabric and the vocal parts, thus allowing a scene to be tried out in several different ways, both musically and dramatically.
Presented by: Hungarian National Philharmonic
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