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Bramtall's summer operetta: “The Csárdásfürstin” asks how we approach art

Bramtall's summer operetta: “The Csárdásfürstin” asks how we approach art

April 10, 2024, 8:33 p.m

Emmerich Kálmán's works will be available at Schloss Zell from June 14 as a co-production with Theater an der Rott.

Photo: Michael Zallinger

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From left: Bramthal Summer Operetta: Martin Tiefenthaler (Mayor Zell/Bram), Gerald Karl (conductor), Manuel Dengler (director), Harald Wurmdobler (director), Hans Hingsummer (Support Association Chairman) and Markus B. Ladendorfer (Schloss) Zell/Wagon ).
Photo: Michael Zallinger

Pramtal's summer operetta could receive the “Hotspot Innviertel Award 2023” in the Quality of Life category. For the eleventh time this year, artistic director Harald Wurmdobler and his team invite you to “a beautiful evening that is entertaining, but also deals with socially relevant topics,” says the tenor, such as the question: “How do we deal with art?” “Csárdásfürstin” is engraved by Emmerich Kálmán.

The film revolves around a great but inappropriate love between a singer and a prince's son. His parents even want a draft notice for their son to end the relationship. “Sylvia is an example of the love of art, which becomes more and more forbidden as the work progresses. How important is art systematically?” Director Manuel Dengler recalls questions related to the pandemic that are also central to the work. This time, the German actor-musician is presenting a co-production with Theater An der Rut in Eigenfelden, where “The Csárdásfürstin” premieres on Saturday. Thanks to this interregional project, co-financed by the European Union, but above all thanks to the significant, and often voluntary, commitment of all participants, it is possible that “we can break even,” says Wurmdobler, who has a budget of €110,000 under. His behavior. “We are €70,000 short of paying the fair wage fee, despite the support of the castle and the state,” which is why one of the goals is to make donations tax deductible in the future.

19 members of sINNfonietta under the leadership of Gerhard Karl

The musical part lies in the hands of conductor Gerald Karl and the sINNfonietta, which was founded as a salon orchestra for a New Year's concert – and is now in use year-round. “An earworm will accompany everyone home,” promises the Charding impresario, who distills the essence of the score for his 19 musicians, with gems like the swallow duet “I Wanna Dance” or “Take Your Fiddle from the Gypsies.” .

Photo: Christian Hemsel

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The inner courtyard of Zell Castle turns into a stage.
Photo: Christian Hemsel
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