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28.01.2024 10:30
OperaCinema
Budapest, Magyar Állami Operaház
OperaCinema
Family event
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3 900 HUF/ 5 900 HUF/ 6 900 HUF/ 7 900HUF/ 8 900 HUF
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What if we transferred classical opera into the twenty-first century? If Papagena and Papageno met at a house party dressed as pizza and tomatoes? If Don Pasquale were a food sneaker and couldn't resist the temptation of chocolates? Or if in Pomade a robber and a superhero teamed up to cheat and trick us?
OPERA - CINEMA is a unique event that aims to deliver the love of classical music to children. The programme will feature live musical accompaniment on stage and classical arrangements of the most important operas, as the stories are transferred to a screen that rolls down the stage. What if these operas were set in our days, crossing all genre boundaries, and filmed for our youngest audiences? OperaCinema!

On the screen, Ádám Balázs, the composer of an Oscar-winning film, made a score for the occasion, and Dániel Tiszeker, the director of the most popular Hungarian film of our time, together help young people to imagine, understand, and experience the emotional diversity of music and lyrics.

ARTISTS:

Hungarian State Opera Orchestra
Kinga Kriszta - sopran
István Horváth - tenor
Lajos Geiger - bariton
László Szvétek - basso
Dániel Erdélyi - conductor

Máté Szabó - director
Judit Niklai - assistant director
Eszter Gyulay - dramaturge

Imre Csuja - speaker
Mátyás Telekes - speaker

The cast of the OperaCinema film:
Imre Csuja - Don Pasquale
András Ötvös - Malatesta
Lia Pokorny - Norina
Márton Patkós - Papageno
Emőke Zsigmond - Papagena
Zoltán Mucsi - Criminal
Ferenc Elek - Superhero
Máté Mészáros - Budcher
Titanilla Bogdányi - Carmen
Abigél Szőke - Mimi
Benjamin Lengyel - Rodolphe

Creators of the OperaCinema movie
Dániel Tiszeker - director
Ádám Pataki - cinematographer
Réka Dubinyák - lead writer
Benő Baranyi - writer
Eszter Orbán - dramaturge
Ádám Balázs - composer
Csaba Major - sound engineer
László Nyírő - line producer


PROGRAMME:

Bizet:
Donizetti:
György Ránki:
Puccini:
Mozart: