Salome

Music Richard Strauss → Oper in einem Akt

02. October 2020
Friday
19.30 - 21.15
No intermission
02. October 2020
Friday
19.30 - 21.15
No intermission
06. October 2020
Tuesday
20.00 - 21.45
No intermission
08. October 2020
Thursday
20.00 - 21.45
No intermission
10. October 2020
Saturday
20.00 - 21.45
No intermission
07. March 2022
Monday
No intermission
Reserve tickets
11. March 2022
Friday
No intermission
Reserve tickets
14. March 2022
Monday
No intermission
Reserve tickets
16. March 2022
Wednesday
No intermission
Reserve tickets

Cast 24.01.2020

Conductor Michael Boder
Director Boleslaw Barlog
Set and costume design Jürgen Rose
Herodes Herwig Pecoraro
Herodias Waltraud Meier
Salome Lise Lindstrom
Jochanaan Michael Volle
Narraboth Carlos Osuna
Page Ulrike Helzel
1. Jude Thomas Ebenstein
2. Jude Peter Jelosits
3. Jude Pavel Kolgatin
4. Jude Benedikt Kobel
5. Jude Ryan Speedo Green
1. Nazarener Alexandru Moisiuc
2. Nazarener Hans Peter Kammerer
1. Soldat Marcus Pelz
2. Soldat Dan Paul Dumitrescu
Ein Cappadocier Johannes Gisser
Ein Sklave Daniel Lökös

Details

When »Salome« finally had its world premiere in Dresden in 1905 – after the director of the Vienna Court Opera, Gustav Mahler, tried to push for its own opening at all costs – it caused quite the scandal: »Salome« was met with censorship and banned at the Vienna State Opera for many years. In this electrifying and fascinating work, Strauss lets a young princess’ sexual awakening collide with the ascetic religious truth of a prophet. The one-act opera lasting a mere 100 minutes is a seething delirium in which the composer courageously breaks with everything previously known: from moral concepts to sound. To this day, the music continues to captivate the listener with its rich imagery, ecstatic emotionality and sharp, sometimes garish character depictions. The current staging juxtaposes Old Testament history with the Art Nouveau ornamentation of its time of origin, thereby highlighting the decadent and intoxicating score.