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ORPHÉE ET EURYDICE

CHRISTOPH WILLIBALD GLUCK (1714-1787)
Tragedy opera in 3 acts
Version of Paris by Pierre-Louis Moline, based on Raniero de’ Calzabigi
Season 2018-19
Duration: 1h30
Incl. 1 intermission

Between classical and romantic periods, Orphée's destiny is played out in a universe of reflections between the living & dead...

Conciseness, sense of drama, orchestral colours and the importance of the choir characterise this opera, which is now appreciated more for itself than for its place in history. It’s no surprise that the success of the first version in Italian convinced Gluck to make the French adaptation presented in this production.

Philippe Talbot
Orphée
Hélène Guilmette
Eurydice
Marie Lys
Amour
Aurélien Bory
Director & Sets

Tragedy opera in 3 acts
Version of Paris by Pierre-Louis Moline, based on Raniero de’ Calzabigi
First performed in la Salle des Tuileries (Opéra), Paris, August 2nd, 1774
Editions Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel

Orphée
Philippe Talbot
Eurydice
Hélène Guilmette
Amour
Marie Lys
Conductor
Diego Fasolis
Director & Sets
Aurélien Bory
Set design
Pierre Dequivre
Costumes
Manuela Agnesini
Light Designer
Arno Veyrat
Artistic collaborator
Taïcyr Fadel

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