If you don’t want to wait for the second part of the New Year’s party tomorrow, in which the prequel to “Fledermaus” will sound, you can experience the entire “Fledermaus” live as a live broadcast from the Vienna State Opera on New Year’s Eve. ORF III broadcasts with tvthek.ORF.at and also here on ORF.at.
Under the musical direction of Bertrand de Bailly, the heroic Austrian tenor Andreas Chager made his state opera debut as Eisenstein. “Die Fledermaus is classic opera and the Vienna State Opera is the best place to bring this classic to the stage authentically. It couldn’t be better!”, Vacant looked forward to the role in advance. Theatre: Otto Schenk’s classic film, aka “Zetlos”.
American soprano Rachel Willis Sorensen sings Rosalindy for the first time on Haus am Ring: “For me personally, it is such an honor to embody this great Austrian lady—especially here in her, where I sing as Rosalind,” Heimat is so awesome! “.
Simonischek is a frog
Actor Peter Simonischek embodies the frog in this production again this year. Vera Lott Boecker as Adele and Clemence Unterrainer as Dr. Falk, Hiroshi Amako as Alfred, Christina Bock as Prince Orlovsky, Robert Bartnik as Dr. Blind to experience Eliana Tonka as Ida and Wolfgang Bunkel as Frank.
The heyday of the Viennese operatic era, Flidermaus, directed by Johann Strauss, has been closely associated with Vienna since its premiere on April 5, 1874. This operetta is of course not a pretty portrait of society at the time, but rather a social satire spiced with irony and wit.
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