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Culture - Konzerthaus: the almost unknown Figaro and the terrible Gruffalo

Culture – Konzerthaus: the almost unknown Figaro and the terrible Gruffalo

On November 4th, at 7.30pm, the Concilium musicum Vienna will perform the almost unknown version of Le Nozze de Figaro’s opera string quartet. Florian Teichtmeister leads through a libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte with clear texts, thus allowing a forgotten piece of early 19th century European opera culture to come back to life in the early 21st century.

On the instruments: Amarillo Ramalho (violin), Luis Moraes (violin), Christophe Angerer (viola), Otty Groh (cello). Tickets are divided into three categories: www.konzerthaus-weinviertel.at[email protected] 02956-2204-16.

On November 6 at 4 p.m., the TipTap theater group can be seen with “The Gruffalo” at the Konzerthaus Theatre. It tells the story of a small mouse exposed to many dangers. Everyone wants to eat it. There he invents a powerful friend, the terrible Gruffalo.

The mouse was wandering in the woods, and the fox saw him and was very happy … “There are so many dangers to the little mouse, because they all want to eat it. She invents a powerful friend, the terrible Gruffalo.

Tickets (€7) are still available and also available at the afternoon box office.

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