Le nozze di Figaro

The Marriage of Figaro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
Opera Buffa in four acts
Sung in Italian, with German surtitles
Libretto: Lorenzo da Ponte, based on "La folle journée ou Le mariage de Figaro" by Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais
Premiere: 1786 in Vienna

Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro" was the first of his triad of now legendary master operas, all based on works by the Italian Lorenzo Da Ponte. At once a timeless love story, playful comedy and biting social satire, these descriptions alone cannot fully do justice to the masterful stylistic and sensual nuances embodied within Mozart's work. Above all, "Figaro" is a work of upheaval, a symbol of the individual's urge for recognition and rebellion against the establishment.

PREMIERE 6 September 2020
Figaro Triple
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Conductor Konrad Junghänel
Director Uwe Eric Laufenberg
Stage Designer Gisbert Jäkel
Costume Designer Jessica Karge
Lighting Designer Andreas Frank
Chorus Master Albert Horne
Dramaturgy Daniel C. Schindler
Count Almaviva Benjamin Russell, Christopher Bolduc, Florian Boesch
Countess Almaviva Slávka Zámečníková, Cristina Pasaroiu
Susanna Anna El-Khashem
Figaro Konstantin Krimmel, Matias Tosi, Erwin Schrott
Cherubino Heather Engebretson, Silvia Hauer
Marcellina Franziska Gottwald
Basilio Erik Biegel, Julian Habermann
Don Curzio Osvaldo Navarro-Turres
Bartolo Wolf Matthias Friedrich
Antonio Wolfgang Vater
Barbarina Stella An, Michelle Ryan
Due Donne Chorsolistinnen des Hessischen Staatstheaters Wiesbaden
Chor & Statisterie des Hessischen Staatstheaters Wiesbaden, Hessisches Staatsorchester Wiesbaden


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Discussion in the Foyer after the performance
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