Richard Wagner The Flying Dutchman

The Flying Dutchman

Kreativni tim

Dirigent

Nikša Bareza

Redatelj

Olivier Py

Scenograf i kostimograf

Pierre-Andre Weitz

Oblikovatelj svjetla

Bertrand Killy

Asistenti dirigenta

Ivan Josip Skender i Veton Marevci (hospitant Muzičke akademije)

Asistenti redatelja

Béatrice Lachaussée i Benjamin David

Asistent scenografa i kostimografa

Mathieu Crescence

Asistentica kostimografa

Mia Rejc Prajninger

Zborovođa

Luka Vukšić

Ansambl predstave

UKLETI HOLANDEZ

Bastiaan Everink

SENTA

Melanie Diener /Tanja Kuhn / Manuela Uhl

DONALD

GEORG

Tomislav Mužek / Michael Robert Hendrick

DONALDOV KORMILAR

Ladislav Vrgoč

MARY

Sofia Ameli Gojić / Neda Martić

SOTONA

Pavel Strasil

ORKESTAR I ZBOR OPERE HRVATSKOGA NARODNOG KAZALIŠTA U ZAGREBU

Koncertni majstori

Vlatka Peljhan, Mojca Ramušćak

Umjetnički voditelj opernog studija

Darijan Ivezić

Korepetitori

Vjekoslav Babić, Helena Borović, Nina Cossetto i Silvana Čuljak

Inspicijentice

Aleksandra Ćorluka, Zrinka Petrušanec

Šaptačice

Marija Dražančić

Premijera

26.01.2018

The Flying Dutchman, a grand opera by German composer Richard Wagner is one of the most dazzling works of opera, premiering in 1843 at Dresden's Semperoper. As the source for the libretto Wagner used a satirical novel by the great author of romanticism Heinrich Heine, The Memoirs of Herr von Schnabelewopski, which retells an old legend of a haunted seaman doomed to eternally wander the seas. At the heart of the action, that takes place in the 17th century off the coast of Norway, is Wagner's idea of ​​a woman redeemer, Senta. She is a girl who is ready to save the soul of the cursed seaman with her selfless love. From here begins my career as a poet, and my farewell to the mere concoctor of opera-texts, wrote Wagner about the Flying Dutchman. "I don't know if ever in an artist's life has such a radical change happened in such a short time. The Flying Dutchman premiered in Zagreb in 1896 and became one of the more popular of Wagner's operas here. Four decades later the CNT Opera brought back this exciting work to the stage of our greatest national theatre

Innovative and impressive.

--- Zagrebački list

The latest success of Wagner’s work in Zagreb calls for more by the Master of Bayreuth.

---- Jutarnji list

Posebna su priča operni solisti koji su izazvali iznimne i iskrene ovacije.— Večernji list
Prava je rijetkost doživjeti tako uvjerljivu partnersku interakciju kakvu su predstavili bariton Baastian Everink i sopranistica Melanie Diener... Novi zagrebački uspješan Wagner zaziva još djela bajrojskog majstora.— Jutarnji list
Innovative and impressive.— Zagrebački list

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