2020/3/18 (Wed) `2020/3/24 (Tue)
Opera Palace, New National Theatre
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The New National Theatre recently announced that it will cancel all sponsored projects until Sunday, March 15 at the request of the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology regarding the prevention of the spread of the new coronavirus infection on February 26.
In addition, the New National Theatre has decided to cancel the opera "Koji van Tutte".
The opera "Koji van Tutte" was scheduled to be rehearsed from the beginning of March, including invited artists from overseas, from the beginning of March, but in light of the current situation, we decided that it would be difficult to conduct rehearsals with confidence.
At this time, while there is a fear that the unintended message to be carried out inside and outside by making an announcement will not be transmitted, the decision is made while there is no prospect of a commitment to the implementation of the performance after the 16th. Taking into account the possibility of disappointing results in the performance of artists and customers by delaying the event, we have decided to cancel the opera "Koji van Tutte" which is scheduled to be performed from March 18 to 24.
We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused to everyone who was looking forward to the performance. Thank you for your understanding.
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Opera "Koji van Tutte" /Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Cos>Cos> #236; fan tutte / Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART
All two acts (Italian performance / with Japanese and English subtitles)
Is this love lasting forever? The last work by Mozart & da Ponte's golden duo, "The Marriage of Figaro" and "Don Giovanni", is the last work of the love that Mozart's heavenly music drawsbr />>. Mozart spells out a romantic comedy in which two couples exchange lovers to confirm a woman's bonito match in a rich ensemble. The director, Damiano Mikielet, who drew great sympathy as a fresh contemporary drama set in the campsite, reappears. Eleonora Blatt, who is making rapid progress in dropping flying birds, Anna Golyachova, who has captivated the audience with a wide range of roles, and Simone AlBelgini, a singer who has been active for many years at the forefront of the world, will play Mozart's elegant ensemble. Paolo Ormi, a professional of Italian opera, has been in the New National Theatre for the first time in a long time. Please look forward to the stage of the great praise that drew the mental image of lovers richly.
<><<><><>[Act 1] Young officers Guglielmo and Felland are engaged to their beautiful sisters Fiori Jiji and Drabella, respectively. They are lured by the old philosopher Don Alfonso to discuss whether a woman's love can be permanently trusted. Alfonso accuses the two of them of being nothing more than a permanent love, but the young people bet on their lovers' chastity. First, Felland and Guglielmo pretend to go to war and perform a false parting. After that, they appear in disguise and enthusiastically talk to their sisters. Sisters who refuse to do so at first. The men pretend to be poisoned and resuscitate desprecioned as a fake doctor, and even passionately whining about their sisters.
[Act 2] The sister's heart is gradually shaken by the proposal attack of that kind whether it helps the finger of the love that was spared by The Despina of the booth servant. First, Drabella falls into his sister's fiance Guglielmo, and Fiordirisi finally falls into Felland's hands after a violent conflict. "All women are like this," said Don Alfonso. The return of the army is suddenly announced in the place where the wedding of two new couples is taking place. The two men in disguise return to their original appearance and appear in front of the sisters, questioning the infidelity of their lover. The sisters beg for forgiveness, and the four of them fall into the original coffin by Don Alfonso's seeding, and it becomes a curtain in praise of reason.
|Appearance||Fiordilisi? Eleonora Brat ? Drabella? Anna Golyachova ? Despina? Kyoko Takahashi ? Felland? Giovanni Sara ? Guglielmo? Renato Dlucini ? Don Alfonso? Simone AlBelgini ? Orchestra? Tokyo Symphony Orchestra ? Chorus? New National Theatre Choir|
|Staff||Command? Paolo Ormi ? Directing? Damiano Mikieret|
2020/3/18 (Wed) `2020/3/24 (Tue)
Wednesday, March 18 18:30
Friday, March 20 14:00>br />Sunday, March 22 14:00
Tuesday, March 24 14:00
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(scheduled performance time: about 3 hours and 25 minutes (including breaks)
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|Venue||Opera Palace, New National Theatre|
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