Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Auditorium
From € 31
Mozart's legendary seducer
No one crosses his path unscathed. Don Giovanni, the most famous seducer in the history of opera, races through life like a force of nature. Dutch National Opera revisits Claus Guth’s successful production.
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Libretto Lorenzo da Ponte
Musical direction Jérémie Rhorer
Direction Claus Guth
Set and costume designs Christian Schmidt
Lighting design Olaf Winter
Choreography Ramses Sigl
Don Giovanni Seth Carico
Il Commendatore Rafał Siwek
Donna Anna Adela Zaharia
Don Ottavio Long Long
Donna Elvira Amanda Majeski
Leporello Adrian Sâmpetrean
Masetto Frederik Bergman*
Zerlina Lilian Farahani
*Dutch National Opera Studio alumnus
Orchestra Nederlands Kamerorkest (Netherlands Chamber Orchestra)
Chorus Dutch National Opera Chorus
Chorus masters Klaas-Jan de Groot & Ad Broeksteeg
Produced by Staatsoper unter den Linden (Berlin) in collaboration with Salzburger Festspiele
Sung in Italian
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Claus Guth's direction is clever, dark and perfectionist in its timing and elaboration of the characters.
Both acts ended in triumphs, but the ballroom scene in Act I was strikingly wel lconstructed, with sparklingly elegant dances and the trio "Protegga il giusto cielo" really sounding like a hushed, fearful prayer.
Anyone who wants to experience the power of opera must see this.
The Netherlands Chamber Orchestra
For more than 30 years, The Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra | The Netherlands Chamber Orchestra has beenthe primary orchestral partner of Dutch National Opera. It is counted among the best opera orchestras of the world. The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam is the main podium for the orchestra’s concerts. In addition to the programmes with chief conductor Lorenzo Viotti and Gordan Nikolić (musical director of The Netherlands Chamber Orchestra), the orchestra works with internationally renowned guest conductors and soloists, as well as with a new generation of excellent musicians.