Estrenes absolutes al teatre. Semperoper - HD footage, information and facts on Dresdens great operahouse; Semperoper,. Led by Artistic Director Aaron S. Watkin, the Semperoper Ballett is housed in the Saxon State Opera Dresden, better known as the Semperoper. Combo Ticket - Royal Palace / Semperoper. Semperoper Dresden Theaterplatz 2, 01067 Dresden T +49 351 4911 705, firstname.lastname@example.org Saxony, Germany. The first opera to be performed after the second world war is Mozart’s »The Marriage of Figaro«, staged here on 10 August. The Staatskapelle Dresden, one of the most world’s most prestigious orchestras, was founded in 1548. In 1841, the first opera house designed by Gottfried Semper was opened. 1627 40 years before the opening of the first permanent opera house, Heinrich Schütz’s »Dafne« premieres on 13 April at a royal wedding in Schloss Hartenfels near Torgau. Initially built between 1838 and 1841, it was completely destroyed by a terrible fire in 1869. The building is considered to be a prime example of "Dresden Baroque" architecture. Every evening one of the most beautiful opera houses in the world welcomes local citizens and visitors from near and far. Semperoper Dresden Theaterplatz 2, 01067 Dresden T +49 351 4911 705, email@example.com. Following a devastating fire in 1869, the citizens of Dresden immediately set about rebuilding their opera house. Richard Wagner, the Royal Saxon Kapellmeister from 1843 to 1849, premiered his operas »Rienzi« (1842), »The Flying Dutchman« (1843) and »Tannhäuser« (1845) here.1869 The first Semper building burns to the ground on 21 September. Carl Maria von Weber headed the so-called German Department. Completed in 1878, it was built in Neo-Renaissance style. This special offer allows you to discover two attractions of Dresden’s Old Town at once! Have the afternoon, about 3 hours to tour on your own, have a nice lunch. Five more of the composer’s operas were premiered in Dresden up to the year 1938. You are currently in a claim reservation process, please cancel your shopping cart or proceed. The chief architect is Wolfgang Hänsch.1984 The resurrected third Semperoper is handed over to the State Opera for a test run of technical and artistic operations. In addition to the premieres of Richard Strauss’s »Intermezzo« (1924), »Die Ägyptische Helena« (1928) and »Arabella« (1933), which he planned and was preparing before Clemens Krauss took over, he also conducted the premieres of Ferruccio Busoni’s »Doktor Faust« (1925), Kurt Weill’s »Der Protagonist« (1926) and Paul Hindemith’s »Cardillac« (1926). The Semperoper opened its doors to public in far 1841 and was one of the first opera theatres where plays of different genres were performed. The repertoire is dominated by operas and ballets based on Italian models.1719 Under King Augustus the Strong, Italian master builders Alessandro and Girolamo Mauro, together with Matthäus Pöppelmann and Balthasar Permoser (the two creators of the Dresden Zwinger), erect an imposing opera building: the Great Opera House at the Zwinger. From 1896 there are daily opera performances. The list of world premieres and first performances include: »Antigonae« by Carl Orff (1950), »Die Liebe der Danae« by Richard Strauss (1952), »The Love for Three Oranges« by Sergei Prokofiev (1958), »The Young Lord« by Hans Werner Henze (1967), »Wozzeck« by Alban Berg (1970), »Levins Mühle« and »Der Schuhu und die fliegende Prinzessin« by Udo Zimmermann (world premieres in 1973 and 1976), »Moses und Aron« by Arnold Schoenberg (1975) and »Vincent« by Rainer Kunad (world premiere in 1979).1977 Following measures to secure the remains of the building, thorough studies of preserved documents as well as a lengthy planning phase and project preparation, the foundation stone for the reconstruction of the Semperoper is laid on 24 June. Dresden is definitely not a hectic place, as any visitor will immediately experience when enjoying the famous “Canaletto view” – the view of the city centre’s magnificent baroque buildings right on the River Elbe, framed by Brühl’s Terrace. The interior was created by architects of the time, such as Johannes Schilling. Until 1933, when Fritz Busch was driven out by the National Socialists, he had made his mark not only as an outstanding interpreter of the music of Strauss, Verdi and Puccini but also through his great interpretations of Mozart, Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky and many other composers. of the revised version in 2010), »The Great Gatsby« by John Harbison (German premiere in 2015), »The killer in me is the killer in you my love« by Ali N. Askin (Commissioned by Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden, w.p.
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