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Der Barbier für Kinder

on May 24, 2021
This is the page for the performance on May 24, 2021.
If you would like to attend a performance of this production, you will find further dates below.
Music Gioachino Rossini Version for children: Alexander Krampe
→ Musiktheater nach Rossini für Menschen ab ungefähr 6 Jahren

Premiere

Future dates

10. March 2024
Sunday
11.00 - 12.15
No intermission
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10. March 2024
Sunday
11.00 - 12.15
No intermission
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14. April 2024
Sunday
11.00 - 12.15
No intermission
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01. May 2024
Wednesday
No intermission
12. May 2024
Sunday
No intermission
17. June 2024
Monday
No intermission

Cast 24.05.2021

Conductor Markus Henn
Production Grischa Asagaroff
Stage and Costume Design Luigi Perego
Stage Design Adaption Luca Filaci
Graf Almaviva Hiroshi Amako
Dr. Bartolo Wolfgang Bankl
Rosina Patricia Nolz
Figaro Michael Arivony
Don Basilio Ilja Kazakov
Berta Ileana Tonca
Wachmann Hans Peter Kammerer
Ambrogio Andy Hallwaxx

Details

Gioachino Rossini's »Il barbiere di Siviglia« is one of the most famous and popular musical comedies in the world and has become a stable in Vienna State Opera’s programming. In its endeavour to open the opera house to all generations, the Vienna State Opera is bringing a child-friendly version of the classic to the stage for the first time. Taking about one hour (without an intermission), the story of the cunning and loudmouthed barber Figaro is told, who tries to trick the elderly Dr. Bartolo and bring the two lovers Almaviva and Rosina together. The actor Daniel Ogris will narrate the abridged version with new interludes for director Grischa Asagaroff’s entertaining and colourful creation in the grand main building (the play will take place in front of the Iron Curtain). It is sung – in German – by members of the ensemble and members of the Opera Studio of the Vienna State Opera.