La tragédie de Carmen
Chamber opera at the Baden-Baden TheaterTickets
Legends have grown around this version of the Carmen classic. The great theater producer Peter Brook condensed Bizet’s score and left out the choir and excess folklore elements. No sugar, and extra spice – only the protagonists remained as they were. This version was popular in the 1980s. We’ll be playing the music once again, and offering a completely new stage interpretation. Be prepared for a surprise!
Performance ends at approximately 3:45 P.M.
In French with German surtitles
A collaboration between the Berlin Philharmonic, the Festival Hall Baden-Baden, the “Academy Opera Today” program of the Deutsche Bank Foundation, and the Baden-Baden Theater.
La tragédie de Carmen – chamber opera adapted from Georges Bizet’s Carmen, performed in French
- Simon Rössler Musical direction
- Scholarship holders from the “Academy Opera Today” program of the Deutsche Bank Foundation Direction, Stage design, Costume design, Lighting design
- Sofia Simitzis director
- Janina Audick stage setting
- Roman Reeger dramaturgy
- Vocal soloists from Baden-Württemberg’s music academies
- Céline Akçag Carmen
- Felicitas Frische Micaëla
- Johannes Grau Don José
- Vladislav Pavliuk Escamillo
- Actors from the Theater Baden-Baden
- Scholarship holders of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Academy
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