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Budapest Summer Festival 2012 - Puccini: Turandot

Data:

01/08/2012


Budapest Summer Festival 2012 - Puccini: Turandot

10 and 12 of August 2012, 08:00 PM - Margaret Island Open-Air Theatre

Puccini:Turandot
(spectacle-opera)
For not only opera lovers!
Rubens Pelizzari, Italian Tenor the star guest on the Margaret Island!
Verona – Budapest - Tokio
In original (Italian) language with Hungarian subtitles.

A great summer premiere at the Open-air Theatre is one of the
most popular works of Puccini. Turandot is revived on the Margaret
Island with a spectacular presentation. Perhaps the most beautiful
and most popular opera tale tells the story of the unapproachable
Princess Turandot, who becomes a sensitive and loving woman by
the touch of love. The show features a large symphony orchestra
and choir. Leading roles are played by the biggest Hungarian and International stars.



The role of Turandot is sung by Gyöngyi Lukács. She is a soloist of the Hungarian State Opera House and a guest artist with many of the world's leading opera houses. The most important stages of her career: in Vienna, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Munich, London, Milan and the Festivals of Salzburg and Edinburgh. Her partners on stage were Plácido Domingo, Samuel Ramey, Leo Nucci, Dolora Zajick, José Cura.

Rubens Pelizzari performes the role of Calaf. He is a permanent guest artist of the Arena di Verona and other opera houses in Europe. His main roles: Mario Cavaradossi, Ismaele, Radames, Manrico, Pollione, Alvaro, Don José, Calaf.

After the unconventional performance, Rubens Pelizzari is going to sing the role of Calaf in Tokio in November 2012, conducted by Zubin Mehta.

Featuring: the Orchestra of Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra,
the Csokonai Theatre and the Kodály Choir of Debrecen
Turandot: Gyöngyi Lukács
Calaf: Rubens Pelizzari
Emperor Altoum: Miklós Albert, Timur: Alexandru Agache,
Liú: Gabriella Létay Kiss, Ping: Csaba Gaál, Pang: András Hajdú,
Pong: Tamás Kóbor, A Mandarin: Lajos Wagner, Prince of Persia: János Vincze
 Conductor: Gergely Kesselyák

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