Opera Australia представляет первый сезон c новым художественным руководителем

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Opera Australia представляет первый сезон c новым художественным руководителем
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Новый художественный руководитель австралийской оперы Джо Дэвис (Jo Davies) объявила о долгожданном сезоне 2024 года, сообщив о новых планах крупнейшей австралийской труппы исполнительских искусств.

«Я рада представить сезон, включающий в себя новые австралийские работы и волнующие исполнения, в которых участвуют одни из лучших артистов мира», - сказала г-жа Дэвис.
«В Австралии так много талантов, которые можно использовать, и это прекрасная перспектива для меня как нового художественного руководителя. Это касается не только тех, кто работает в стране, но также и талантов, живущих за рубежом. Наряду с этим я также полна решимости поддерживать прочные связи Opera Australia с международным оперным сообществом, гарантируя, что компания продолжит укреплять свою репутацию благодаря совершенству и инновациям, а также проявлять себя как лидера в мировом творческом секторе».
Среди ярких моментов зимнего сезона в Сиднее 2024 года - всемирно известный Hamlet австралийского композитора Бретта Дина с британским тенором Алланом Клейтоном в главной роли, постановка Watershed известного австралийского режиссера Нила Армфилда и новая постановка Gilgamesh художественного руководителя Сиднейской театральной компании Кипа Уильямса, а также новые постановки Tosca и Il Trittico.
В Виктории компания расширит свое присутствие, устраивая выступления на площадках по всему Мельбурну, в том числе Tosca на арене Маргарет Корт, Eucalyptus в Palais Theatre и Breaking the Waves в Хамер-холле, а также исполняя The Magic Flute и Chorus! в недавно отремонтированном Центре искусств Джилонга.
Ознакомьтесь со всем сезоном Opera Australia 2024 на сайте Opera.org.au/discover-2024.
Билеты в продаже с 5 декабря 2023

Sydney Winter 2024
PUCCINI: Tosca | Conductors Johannes Fritzsch | Tahu Matheson | Director Edward Dick
Marking 100 years since the death of legendary Italian composer Giacomo Puccini, leading UK arts organisation Opera North’s spectacular staging of his political thriller Tosca will make its SOH debut. Receiving five stars from The Times UK for its dramatic power, director Edward Dick presents Puccini’s gripping drama and sensational music amid a blend of Renaissance Roman grandeur and contemporary references in a highly theatrical design by Tom Scutt. Sydney Opera House, 25 June – 16 August
PUCCINI: Il Trittico | Conductor Lidiya Yankovskaya | Directors Constantine Costi, Imara Savage, Shaun Rennie
Continuing the celebration of Puccini, his rarely performed final work of three one-act operas offers one of the most varied evenings in opera. Each presenting its own characters, story and genre, the triptych is a contrasting exploration of love, lies and death via gritty melodrama in Il Tabbaro, intimate tragedy in Suor Angelica and surprising satire in Gianni Schicchi. Three inspiring young Australian directors navigate thrilling drama, cinematically intense music and controlled comic chaos, featuring famous aria ‘O mio babbino caro’ and tight ensemble singing, with a feast of Australian operatic talent. Sydney Opera House, 3 – 19 July
DEAN: Hamlet | Conductor Tim Anderson | Director Neil Armfield
One of the most successful operas ever composed by an Australian, Brett Dean’s astoundingly raw, visceral interpretation of Shakespeare’s murderous Hamlet will make its SOH debut. Having received great acclaim at the 2017 Glyndebourne Festival, the immensely complex score features electronic music and cinema-like surround sound effects with Matthew Jocelyn’s thrilling libretto. Reprising his 2022 Met Opera debut, British tenor Allan Clayton MBE will make his Sydney Opera House debut opposite Australian soprano Lorina Gore reprising her 2018 Adelaide Festival Helpmann Award-winning Ophelia and tour-de-force American baritone Rod Gilfry as Claudius. Sydney Opera House, 20 July – 9 August
MOZART Così fan tutte | Conductor Zoe Zeniodi | Director David McVicar
Sir David McVicar’s popular 2016 production of Mozart’s funny and sublime Così fan tutte returns to the Joan Sutherland Theatre. Set in the early 1900s, the comic yet poignant drama about love, sex, fidelity and loss will play out among ravishing costumes and a set bathed in glorious sunlight. Mozart’s exquisite arias will be performed by a cast including some of Australia’s brightest young talented singers.
Sydney Opera House, 1 – 17 August
TWIST: Watershed | Conductor Brett Weymark | Director Neil Armfield
The ravishing new Australian operatic work, Watershed will make its Sydney debut after receiving five star reviews and emotional standing ovations at its sold-out premiere season at the 2022 Adelaide Festival. A team of Australia’s most acclaimed creative talents pay tribute to the infamous drowning of Dr George Duncan which led to South Australia decriminalising homosexuality ahead of the rest of the country. Australians Pelham Andrews and Mark Oates will deliver powerful performances in this thrillingly physical production that fuses inquest transcripts, press clippings, and a luscious score. Sydney Opera House, 14 – 16 June
SYMONDS: Gilgamesh | Conductor Jack Symonds | Director Kip Williams
With Sydney Chamber Opera and in association with Carriageworks, OA will present the world premiere of the first opera written in English based on ‘The Epic of Gilgamesh’. The world's oldest yet strikingly relevant epic poem explores mortality, sexuality and humanity’s relationship with nature. After his sold-out success The Picture of Dorian Gray opens in London’s West End in January, visionary Sydney Theatre Artistic Director Kip Williams will direct a cast of contemporary opera specialists, accompanied by virtuosic chamber music ensembles Australian String Quartet and Ensemble Offspring. Carriageworks, 26 September - 5 October
In Concert
Great Opera Hits
The world’s greatest arias will ring out in the Joan Sutherland Theatre. Performing classics by eminent composers, such as Bizet, Mozart and Verdi, familiar to both opera lovers and newcomers alike, this light-hearted presentation will be 90 minutes of entertainment and music for the soul. Sydney Opera House, dates across the Summer and Winter seasons
Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour 2024
BERNSTEIN: West Side Story | Director Francesca Zambello | Musical Director Guy Simpson
Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour’s highest selling production to date will return to the overwater stage after its record-breaking 2019 season. Some of the world’s most loved musical theatre tunes and Stephen Sondheim’s memorable lyrics will ring out over the Harbour in an electrifying, larger-than-life staging, in combination with a live orchestra, pop-up restaurants, the stunning Harbour backdrop and fireworks to present the perfect night out. Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point, 22 March – 21 April
LLOYD WEBBER: Sunset Boulevard | Director Paul Warwick Griffin
One of musical theatre’s true icons, Sarah Brightman, will star in the world premiere of a new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s masterpiece Sunset Boulevard. Sarah reached global stardom when she played Christine in The Phantom of the Opera, a role designed to showcase her unique gifts. Now she returns to the stage for her first musical in almost three decades, singing Lloyd Webber’s beautiful melodies once more. Sydney Opera House, join waitlist for date opera.org.au/events/sunset-boulevard-sydney
National Tour 2024
PUCCINI: La Bohème | Director Dean Bryant
A new production will breathe fresh life into one of the world’s favourite operas. Award-winning director Dean Bryant brings his trademark wit and vivacity to a new staging of La Bohème with set and costume designer Isabel Hudson and lighting designer Damien Cooper. Known for drawing on emotions that only music can express, this bohemian love story will touch hearts across Victoria, Tasmania and NSW on Opera Australia’s annual national tour. Locations and dates available at opera.org.au/on-tour.

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