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New National Theatre 2019/2020 Season Opera "La Boheme"

Period

2020/1/24 (Fri) `2020/2/2 (Sun)

Venue

New National Theatre Opera Palace

Ticket Fee

Exchange Rate y 9 ŒŽ 30 “ú (ŒŽ) ‚Ü‚Å z
SÈ: 23,760 ‰~
AÈ: 19,440 ‰~
BÈ: 12,960 ‰~
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DÈ: 4,320 ‰~

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SÈ: 24,200 ‰~
AÈ: 19,800 ‰~
BÈ: 13,200 ‰~
CÈ: 7,700 ‰~
DÈ: 4,400 ‰~

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Detailed Information

Performance content 2019/2020 Season
Opera "La Boheme" / Giacomo Puccini
La Bohème/Giacomo PUCCINI
All four acts Italian performances/Japanese and English subtitles?
Opera Palace

Love lit up in the attic of Paris. Set in 19th-century Paris, a beautiful but fleeting love story
A youth opera depicting the pure love of the poet Rodolfo and The Needle child Mimi, and the poor but free life of young artists who dream of tomorrow's success. Puccini's luscious music spins a romantic story. The encounter scene, written by Aria, whose name is "Cold Hands" and "My Name Is Mimi," is one of the most beautiful scenes of love in many operas. The hustle and bustle of The Cartier Rattan at Christmas, the beautiful but sad quartet of lovers who decided to part, the last scene that does not stop crying, and the highlights are endless. The stage art, which realistically reproduces Paris at the time, is a major attraction directed by Jun Awakuni, and the psychological depiction carefully elaborated for each act invites deep excitement.
Conductor Meets Carignani with a lot of enthusiastic fans with a tight performance. Mimi was noticed suddenly in the salzburg festival debut of 08, and macaise who became a star in the expressive power of rich voice and good looks, with Lippi, Cassi and the male voice in Europe, Akiho Tsujii, a high-profile soprano who is active in Germany, performs in Musetta and performs a youth group statue drama.

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[Act 1] Young poet Rodolfo, painter Marcello, musician Schoeral, philosopher Corrine, dreaming of success, He lives in an attic in Paris. It goes out to the dinner at the reward of The Schoner on Christmas Eve today though it is poor enough to buy firewood, and to burn the manuscript and to take warm. Rodolfo remains in the room to finish the manuscript in a hurry. Then, The needle child Mimi who lives in the next room wants the fire to be divided. Mimi notices that she dropped the key when she tries to get a fire and go home. In the darkness where the fire has gone out, the two of us touch each other while we search for the key and fall in love.

[Act 2] Rodolfo introduces Mimi as he joins his friends at Caf? Momus. Marcello's ex-girlfriend, Musetta, comes there with the new patron, The Old Man, Alchindro. To attract Marcello's attention, Musetta deliberately exaggerates, but Marcello ignores it. Eventually, however, he drives away Alchindro, and the two return more than they want.

[Act 3] Dawn snowing. Worried about Rodolfo's attitude, Mimi goes to the bar where Marcello works. There is Rodolfo in the shop, and it begins to talk to Marcello. It is not possible to pay the treatment fee of the sickness Mimi by my earning, and, therefore, it is hit coldly on purpose so that Mimi may part. Mimi decides to step down. Marcello suspects Musetta's affair and breaks up.
>lt;br/>[Act 4] Rodolfo and Marcello don't get along with their memories of their ex-girlfriends. When he and Corinne make noise, Muzetta brings mimi to death. Everyone tries to pawn their belongings and pay for the medicine, but at a late time, Mimi takes her breath away from Rodolfo's side as she wished.
Performances Homepage https://www.nntt.jac.go.jp/opera/laboheme/
Appearance Mimi? Nino Macaise ? Rodolfo? Matteo Lippi ? Marcello? Mario Cassi ? Muzzetta? Akiho Tsujii ? Schoenal? Kenji Moriguchi ? Corline Hiroshi Matsudo ? Benoa Yuki Kano ? Alchindro? Masahiko Haru ? Orchestra? Tokyo Symphony Orchestra ? Chorus? New National Theatre Choir
Staff Command? Paolo Carignani ? Directing? Atsushi Awakuni
Schedule ƒPeriod„
2020/1/24 (Fri) `2020/2/2 (Sun)


ƒSchedule„
01/24 (Fri) 18:30
01/26 (Sun) 14:00 š
01/28 (Tue) 14:00 š
>01/31 (Fri) 18:30
š;Childcare service available
*Scheduled performance time: approximately 2 hours and 50 minutes (including breaks)
¦Opening is 45 minutes before the start. Admission after the show is limited.
Ticket Fee Exchange Rate y 9 ŒŽ 30 “ú (ŒŽ) ‚Ü‚Å z
SÈ: 23,760 ‰~
AÈ: 19,440 ‰~
BÈ: 12,960 ‰~
CÈ: 7,560 ‰~
DÈ: 4,320 ‰~

y 10 ŒŽ 1 “ú (‰Î) ˆÈ~ z
SÈ: 24,200 ‰~
AÈ: 19,800 ‰~
BÈ: 13,200 ‰~
CÈ: 7,700 ‰~
DÈ: 4,400 ‰~

(‘SÈŽw’èEÅž)
+ Ticketing Fee
Venue New National Theatre Opera Palace
Remarks *Please refrain from bringing children to school or entering the museum. Children are also asked to purchase tickets per person.
¦The stage and subtitles may be difficult to see in some seats on the balcony or upper floor, near the wall, handrail. Thank you for your understanding.
¦Depending on the date of the performance and the type of seat, you may not be able to purchase it.
*Tickets will not be changed or refunded except in the event of a performance cancellation.
¦ Performers may be changed due to unavoidable circumstances. Thank you for your understanding.
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