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Adam: Le corsaire – premiere

21st April, 2017
7.00 pm

Hungarian State Opera
Medora:
Aliya Tanykpayeva
Gulnare:
Karina Sarkissova
Conrad:
Gergely Leblanc
Birbanto:
Balázs Majoros
Lankendem:
Iurii Kekalo
Slave:
Ievgen Lagunov
Pasha:
Levente Bajári
Lead pirate woman:
Katerina Tarasova
First odalisque:
Lea Földi
Second odalisque:
Artemisz Bakó-Pisla
Third odalisque:
Polen Gezmis Obengül
Solo flowers:
Zsófia Szeregnyi, Artemisz Bakó-Pisla, Lea Földi, Nika Crnic
Conductor:
Valery Ovsyanikov
Choreographer:
Anna-Marie Holmes, Tamás Solymosi (after Marius Petipa and Konstantin Sergeyev)
Libretto:
Anna-Marie Holmes (after Jules-Henri de Saint-Georges and Joseph Mazilier)
Music:
Adolphe Adam, Cesare Pugni, Léo Delibes, Riccardo Drigo, Pyotr Oldenburgskiy
Set:
István Rózsa
Costumes:
Nóra Rományi
Lighting:
Kirk Bookman
Ballet master:
Tamás Solymosi, Marianna Venekei, Mária Aradi, Imre Dózsa, Angéla Kövessy, Ildikó Pongor
 
An event jointly organized with Hungarian State Opera.

Ticket prices: 2000 Ft, 8700 Ft, 14200 Ft, 19500 Ft, 25000 Ft

Hungarian State Opera

Andrássy út 22.
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Adam: Le corsaire

Adam: Le corsaire – premiere

This ballet's plot is inspired by The Corsair, a famous verse written in 1814 by Lord Byron, who towered over an entire generation of English Romantic poets. The thrilling story, full of adventure, also leaves plenty of room for love, betrayal, life-threatening danger, a shipwreck, and ultimately, escape. Byron's work was so successful that ballet masters were staging it as early as the 1820s, soon after it appeared. The 1856 Paris production caused a sensation with the stagecraft used in it to depict the shipwreck. Anna-Marie Holmes choreographed her own version for the Boston Ballet in 1997.

Score editions by Anna-Marie Holmes. Music edited, arranged, re-orchestrated by Kevin Galiè.

Ballet in three acts.

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