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Eötvös Der goldene Drache

From 19 December TO 31 December 2020
Semperoper - Dresden
Program

Eötvös : Der goldene Drache

Cast
  • Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden
  • Conductor
    Petr Popelka
  • Director
    Barbora Horáková Joly
  • Performers
    Eine junge Frau: Mariya Taniguchi
    Eine Frau über sechzig: Karina Repova
    Ein junger Mann: Beomjin Kim
    Ein Mann über sechzig: Jürgen Müller
    Ein Mann: Dogukan Kuran
  • Venue Info
  • Seating Plan

Semperoper - Dresden Location Theaterplatz 2 - 01067 Dresden Allemagne

The Venue's History in few words …

During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Dresden, which became known as the « Florence of the Elbe, » became a primordially important intellectual centre and its orchestra, which developed a new virtuostic instrumental style, spread its influence throughout Europe. Under the influence of Weber, Dresden actively participated in the renaissance of German opera.

 

For instance, the Opera House built by Gottfried Semper in 1841 welcomed Wagner's first successes in his attempt to renovate German lyrical art; RIENZI, THE FLYING DUTCHMAN, and TANNHÄUSER. But Wagner was also a political agitator and he was forced to leave the city after the 1848 revolution.

 

In 1858, the orchestra organized its first regular season of symphonic concerts for the public. Following a fire in 1869, Semper erected a second concert hall which was subsequently destroyed, along with the rest of the splendid baroque city, during the devastating bombings of 1945. In 1985, the reopening of one of Europe’s most beautiful opera houses

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