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Rusalka

The poignant mystery of love, betrayal, pain and forgiveness.

Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)
Janáček Theatre - Roosevelt 1-7


 
listing performances

     libretto by Jaroslav Kvapil
     Author: Antonín Dvořák
     Music arrangement: Jaroslav Kyzlink
     conductor: Jaroslav Kyzlink, Ondrej Olos
     Director: Vladimir Moravek
     Scene: Daniel Dvořák
     costumes: Sylva Zimula Hanáková
     Choreographer: Ladislav Basketball
     chorus master: Pavel Koňárek
     editor: Patricia Částková
     Assistant Conductor: Daniel Simandl
     assistant director: Barbora Hamalová, Renata Fraisová, Christine Kopřivová
     Video Projection: Tomáš Horror

Cast September 12, 2014 19:00

     Rusalka Anna Wierzbicka
     Prince Peter Berger
     Vodník George Sulženko
     Foreign Princess Daniela Straková-Šedrlová
     Veronika Violet Witch Hajnová
     Kuchtík Martina Králíková
     Hajný George Klecker
     First washcloth Tereza Merklová Kyzlinková
     Second washcloth Jitka Klecanská
     3rd washcloth Vaclav Krejci
     Hunter Igor Loškár


Performance Conductor: Ondrej Olos

Chorus and Orchestra of Janacek's opera NDB

Premiere February 24, 2012 at the Janáček Theatre

The most successful opera greats of Czech music. Beautiful fairy tale, which stems from wistful fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, tells the story of a great love, happiness and a bolus, disappointment and despair that Dvořák's music draws in tklivých melodies. Only a few people this touching tale of the water nymph in love with an earthly prince knows: the scenes of the opera theaters in the world, opera found its permanent place. Not only for its time class libretto comes from the pen of Jaroslav Kvapil. Dvorak Rusalka finally confirmed its position as the world's leading composers. The score abounds with fervent melody, tender and dramatically tense. A fairytale atmosphere is full of melodic imagination and masterful instrumentation. This new production is the work of an outstanding theater and film director Vladimir Moravek, who brought to the fabulous world of distinctive poetry evoking the ancient Norse and Celtic myths. Reviews praised the "very strong musically impressive" design, described as "one of the most promising figures in Janacek's opera repertoire for the last time" (M. Zapletal, Brno diary).