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02.01.2018
Tuesday Tue
6:30 pm
NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION

NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION

VIVO PER LEI, VIVO PER TUTTI

Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
| intervals: 1

VIVO PER LEI, VIVO PER TUTTI

CAST

K. Oleś-Blacha, M. Korybalska, M. Kutnik, K. Kozarek, A. Sobierajski, A. Szerszeń

06.01.2018
Saturday Sat
6:00 pm
New Year's Concert

New Year's Concert

Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
The Wieliczka Salt Mine - Warszawa Chamber
| intervals: 1

CAST

K. Oleś-Blacha, M. Korybalska, A. Lampert, A. Szerszeń

07.01.2018
Sunday Sun
6:00 pm
New Year's Concert

New Year's Concert

Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
The Wieliczka Salt Mine - Warszawa Chamber
| intervals: 1

CAST

K. Oleś-Blacha, M. Korybalska, A. Lampert, A. Szerszeń

11.01.2018
Thursday Thu
6:30 pm
The Bat

The Bat

Johann Strauss
Conductor: Marcin Nałęcz-Niesiołowski
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 2

The translation of Die Fledermaus by the poet Julian Tuwim inspired the show’s director and choreographer, Janusz Józefowicz, to create a light-hearted, humorous yet spectacular performance. His rendition of the operetta is redolent with the atmosphere of the epoch: it is rich, meticulous and realistic. The costumes, made of silk, lace and velvet and decorated with ostrich plumes, take the audience a hundred years back. The orchestra plays lightly, in keeping with the atmosphere of the show. This Johann Strauss doesn’t sound his age.

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CAST

J. Ratajczak, I. Socha, A. Biegun, A. Cząstka, A. Zdunikowski, M. Kutnik, J. Dębowski, K. Oleś-Blacha, K. Mędrek-Żurek, K. Wolniewicz, Ł. Zakrzewski

12.01.2018
Friday Fri
6:30 pm
The Bat

The Bat

Johann Strauss
Conductor: Marcin Nałęcz-Niesiołowski
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 2

The translation of Die Fledermaus by the poet Julian Tuwim inspired the show’s director and choreographer, Janusz Józefowicz, to create a light-hearted, humorous yet spectacular performance. His rendition of the operetta is redolent with the atmosphere of the epoch: it is rich, meticulous and realistic. The costumes, made of silk, lace and velvet and decorated with ostrich plumes, take the audience a hundred years back. The orchestra plays lightly, in keeping with the atmosphere of the show. This Johann Strauss doesn’t sound his age.

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CAST

J. Ratajczak, E. Biegas, A. Biegun, A. Cząstka, A. Zdunikowski, M. Kutnik, F. Makuch, K. Wieczorek, K. Mędrek-Żurek, S. Knapik, Ł. Zakrzewski

13.01.2018
Saturday Sat
6:30 pm
The Bat

The Bat

Johann Strauss
Conductor: Marcin Nałęcz-Niesiołowski
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 2

The translation of Die Fledermaus by the poet Julian Tuwim inspired the show’s director and choreographer, Janusz Józefowicz, to create a light-hearted, humorous yet spectacular performance. His rendition of the operetta is redolent with the atmosphere of the epoch: it is rich, meticulous and realistic. The costumes, made of silk, lace and velvet and decorated with ostrich plumes, take the audience a hundred years back. The orchestra plays lightly, in keeping with the atmosphere of the show. This Johann Strauss doesn’t sound his age.

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CAST

J. Ratajczak, I. Socha, A. Biegun, M. Korybalska, A. Zdunikowski, M. Kutnik, J. Dębowski, K. Wieczorek, K. Mędrek-Żurek, S. Knapik, Ł. Zakrzewski

14.01.2018
Sunday Sun
6:30 pm
The Bat

The Bat

Johann Strauss
Conductor: Marcin Nałęcz-Niesiołowski
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 2

The translation of Die Fledermaus by the poet Julian Tuwim inspired the show’s director and choreographer, Janusz Józefowicz, to create a light-hearted, humorous yet spectacular performance. His rendition of the operetta is redolent with the atmosphere of the epoch: it is rich, meticulous and realistic. The costumes, made of silk, lace and velvet and decorated with ostrich plumes, take the audience a hundred years back. The orchestra plays lightly, in keeping with the atmosphere of the show. This Johann Strauss doesn’t sound his age.

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CAST

J. Ratajczak, E. Biegas, A. Biegun, M. Korybalska, A. Zdunikowski, M. Kutnik, F. Makuch, K. Wieczorek, K. Mędrek-Żurek, S. Knapik, Ł. Zakrzewski

18.01.2018
Thursday Thu
11:00 am
The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

Piotr Czajkowski
Conductor: Grzegorz Berniak
Main Stage
1 h 50 min | intervals: 1

One of the world’s most popular classical ballets is a story of a girl taken by her Christmas toy on a journey through a fairyland of wonders where anything is possible...

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CAST

C. Ushizaka, D. Prokharau, M. Pluskowski, M. Tokkozhina, J. Galambos, A. Krasouskaya, M. Mośko, F. Casilli, A. Chlebowska, D. Kazyrskaya, V. Trukhan, M. Kurosawa, Y. Yatskevich, P. Cisłowska, M. Malska, W. Wilczyńska, T. Żurowska, W. Maciejewska, T. Staniak, A. Karandulka, E. Sardo, L. Cusinato, M. Sanchez-Morfin, A. Palenga, N. Lipolt

19.01.2018
Friday Fri
11:00 am
The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

Piotr Czajkowski
Conductor: Grzegorz Berniak
Main Stage
1 h 50 min | intervals: 1

One of the world’s most popular classical ballets is a story of a girl taken by her Christmas toy on a journey through a fairyland of wonders where anything is possible...

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CAST

C. Ushizaka, D. Prokharau, M. Pluskowski, M. Tokkozhina, J. Galambos, A. Krasouskaya, M. Mośko, F. Casilli, A. Chlebowska, D. Kazyrskaya, V. Trukhan, M. Kurosawa, Y. Yatskevich, P. Cisłowska, M. Malska, W. Wilczyńska, T. Żurowska, W. Maciejewska, T. Staniak, A. Karandulka, E. Sardo, L. Cusinato, M. Sanchez-Morfin, A. Palenga, N. Lipolt

20.01.2018
Saturday Sat
6:30 pm
Carnival Concert

Carnival Concert

…TIME CHANGES EVERYTHING

Conductor: Sławomir Chrzanowski
Main Stage
2 h 20 min | intervals: 1

…TIME CHANGES EVERYTHING

CAST

I. Socha, B. Zawiślak-Dolny, T. Kuk, A. Sobierajski, M. Kutnik

21.01.2018
Sunday Sun
11:00 am
Sensory Friendly Mornings

Sensory Friendly Mornings

ONE EYE AT PROSCENIUM, ONE EYE AT WINGS

Mezzanine Stage

ONE EYE AT PROSCENIUM, ONE EYE AT WINGS

21.01.2018
Sunday Sun
5:30 pm
The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

Piotr Czajkowski
Conductor: Grzegorz Berniak
Main Stage
1 h 50 min | intervals: 1

One of the world’s most popular classical ballets is a story of a girl taken by her Christmas toy on a journey through a fairyland of wonders where anything is possible...

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CAST

M. Kurosawa, Y. Yatskevich, M. Pluskowski, M. Tokkozhina, J. Galambos, A. Krasouskaya, M. Mośko, F. Casilli, D. Kazyrskaya, N. Lipolt, V. Trukhan, C. Ushizaka, L. Cusinato, B. Kowalska, M. Malska, W. Wilczyńska, T. Żurowska, W. Maciejewska, T. Staniak, A. Karandulka, E. Sardo, D. Prokharau, M. Sanchez-Morfin, A. Palenga

23.01.2018
Tuesday Tue
11:00 am
The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

Piotr Czajkowski
Conductor: Grzegorz Berniak
Main Stage
1 h 50 min | intervals: 1

One of the world’s most popular classical ballets is a story of a girl taken by her Christmas toy on a journey through a fairyland of wonders where anything is possible...

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CAST

M. Kurosawa, Y. Yatskevich, M. Pluskowski, M. Tokkozhina, J. Galambos, A. Krasouskaya, M. Mośko, F. Casilli, D. Kazyrskaya, N. Lipolt, V. Trukhan, C. Ushizaka, L. Cusinato, B. Kowalska, M. Malska, W. Wilczyńska, T. Żurowska, W. Maciejewska, T. Staniak, A. Karandulka, E. Sardo, D. Prokharau, M. Sanchez-Morfin, A. Palenga

25.01.2018
Thursday Thu
6:30 pm
Countess Maritza

Countess Maritza

Emmerich Kálmán
Conductor: Jacek Mentel
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 1

“Countess Maritza”, the second success of the Hungarian composer Emmerich Kálmána after “The Gipsy Princess”, secured him a permanent place among the most outstanding operetta authors of the 20th century. The piece tells about true love, free from any dependencies, such as property, position in the society or the social hierarchy, although these circumstances are discussed here most. Therefore, the piece is pretty enjoyable, as it incorporates the yearnings of a huge part of the humankind. Moreover, Kálmán seduces with effective melodies, coloured with Hungarian folklore and Gypsy tunes. Most arias and duets have detached from the original work and gained individual popularity, like Maritza’s csardas “I hear Gipsy violins”, the duet of Maritza and Zsupan “Let's Go to Varasdin” or the evergreen aria “Play Gipsy”.

Spectacular music, beautiful voices, a funny intrigue, gentle humour, rich costumes with sublime details, and a wonderfully distant world that brings joy and consolation.

 

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CAST

W. Chodowicz, M. Kutnik, A. Sobierajski, J. Ratajczak, P. Maciołek, B. Zawiślak-Dolny, K. Oleś-Blacha, K. Kozarek, J. Migała, S. Knapik, J. Rakoczy, M. Herman, P. Wójtowicz, J. Leśniak, L. Pirowska, P. Stach, A. Flondro, N. Mańka, A. Gondek-Klimek, M. Zarzycki, Ł. Lelek, W. Popiołek, P. Szczepanek

26.01.2018
Friday Fri
6:30 pm
Countess Maritza

Countess Maritza

Emmerich Kálmán
Conductor: Jacek Mentel
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 1

“Countess Maritza”, the second success of the Hungarian composer Emmerich Kálmána after “The Gipsy Princess”, secured him a permanent place among the most outstanding operetta authors of the 20th century. The piece tells about true love, free from any dependencies, such as property, position in the society or the social hierarchy, although these circumstances are discussed here most. Therefore, the piece is pretty enjoyable, as it incorporates the yearnings of a huge part of the humankind. Moreover, Kálmán seduces with effective melodies, coloured with Hungarian folklore and Gypsy tunes. Most arias and duets have detached from the original work and gained individual popularity, like Maritza’s csardas “I hear Gipsy violins”, the duet of Maritza and Zsupan “Let's Go to Varasdin” or the evergreen aria “Play Gipsy”.

Spectacular music, beautiful voices, a funny intrigue, gentle humour, rich costumes with sublime details, and a wonderfully distant world that brings joy and consolation.

 

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CAST

M. Beucher, M. Kutnik, Ł. Ratajczak, Ł. Załęski, P. Maciołek, A. Cząstka, I. Socha, M. Kotarba, F. Makuch, J. Rakoczy, M. Herman, K. Skicki, J. Leśniak, L. Pirowska, P. Stach, A. Flondro, N. Mańka, A. Gondek-Klimek, M. Zarzycki, Ł. Lelek, W. Popiołek, P. Szczepanek

27.01.2018
Saturday Sat
6:30 pm
Countess Maritza

Countess Maritza

Emmerich Kálmán
Conductor: Jacek Mentel
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 1

“Countess Maritza”, the second success of the Hungarian composer Emmerich Kálmána after “The Gipsy Princess”, secured him a permanent place among the most outstanding operetta authors of the 20th century. The piece tells about true love, free from any dependencies, such as property, position in the society or the social hierarchy, although these circumstances are discussed here most. Therefore, the piece is pretty enjoyable, as it incorporates the yearnings of a huge part of the humankind. Moreover, Kálmán seduces with effective melodies, coloured with Hungarian folklore and Gypsy tunes. Most arias and duets have detached from the original work and gained individual popularity, like Maritza’s csardas “I hear Gipsy violins”, the duet of Maritza and Zsupan “Let's Go to Varasdin” or the evergreen aria “Play Gipsy”.

Spectacular music, beautiful voices, a funny intrigue, gentle humour, rich costumes with sublime details, and a wonderfully distant world that brings joy and consolation.

 

More

CAST

W. Chodowicz, M. Kutnik, A. Sobierajski, J. Ratajczak, M. Korybalska, B. Zawiślak-Dolny, K. Oleś-Blacha, K. Kozarek, J. Migała, S. Knapik, J. Rakoczy, M. Herman, P. Wójtowicz, J. Leśniak, L. Pirowska, P. Stach, A. Flondro, N. Mańka, A. Gondek-Klimek, M. Zarzycki, Ł. Lelek, W. Popiołek, P. Szczepanek

28.01.2018
Sunday Sun
11:00 am
Sensory Friendly Mornings

Sensory Friendly Mornings

FACE TO FACE WITH A BALERINA

Mezzanine Stage

FACE TO FACE WITH A BALERINA

28.01.2018
Sunday Sun
4:30 pm
#opera
A series of meetings for young people

#opera

Project implemented as part of the Bon Kultury programme

Project implemented as part of the Bon Kultury programme

28.01.2018
Sunday Sun
6:30 pm
Countess Maritza

Countess Maritza

Emmerich Kálmán
Conductor: Jacek Mentel
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 1

“Countess Maritza”, the second success of the Hungarian composer Emmerich Kálmána after “The Gipsy Princess”, secured him a permanent place among the most outstanding operetta authors of the 20th century. The piece tells about true love, free from any dependencies, such as property, position in the society or the social hierarchy, although these circumstances are discussed here most. Therefore, the piece is pretty enjoyable, as it incorporates the yearnings of a huge part of the humankind. Moreover, Kálmán seduces with effective melodies, coloured with Hungarian folklore and Gypsy tunes. Most arias and duets have detached from the original work and gained individual popularity, like Maritza’s csardas “I hear Gipsy violins”, the duet of Maritza and Zsupan “Let's Go to Varasdin” or the evergreen aria “Play Gipsy”.

Spectacular music, beautiful voices, a funny intrigue, gentle humour, rich costumes with sublime details, and a wonderfully distant world that brings joy and consolation.

 

More

CAST

M. Beucher, M. Kutnik, Ł. Ratajczak, Ł. Załęski, M. Korybalska, A. Cząstka, I. Socha, M. Kotarba, F. Makuch, K. Mędrek-Żurek, J. Dijuk, K. Skicki, J. Leśniak, L. Pirowska, P. Stach, A. Flondro, N. Mańka, A. Gondek-Klimek, M. Zarzycki, Ł. Lelek, W. Popiołek, P. Szczepanek

The Management of the Krakow Opera reserves the right to make casting changes and modify the repertoire.