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01.03.2019
Friday Fri
6:30 pm
Don Pasquale

Don Pasquale

Gaetano Donizetti
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 40 min | intervals: 1

It is considered the most outstanding opera of all Donizetti’s 70 coperatic works and the best Italian comic opera ever. It has been called “a jewel of charm, lightness and joyful humour”. This musical treasure is based on a bravado plot, getting the characters involved in risky adventures. As usual money, and of course love, are at stake, though in this case love comes second. This work of unique beauty represents the genre at its best. Jerzy Stuhr plays with the genre, the convention of comic opera, so the production is sheer fun, the very essence of humour and the stage magic. Participation of one of the most acclaimed comic actors in his staging is a brand mark of his theatrical art. 

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CAST

J. Borowicz, S. Kuflyuk, A. Sobierajski, P. Maciołek, J. Stuhr

02.03.2019
Saturday Sat
6:30 pm
Carnival Concert<br> New Year in Vienna - End of Carnival in Krakow
Main Stage
| intervals: 1

CAST

K. Oleś-Blacha, M. Korybalska, I. Socha, T. Kuk, M. Kutnik, A. Szerszeń, J. Bielecki

03.03.2019
Sunday Sun
6:30 pm
Don Pasquale

Don Pasquale

Gaetano Donizetti
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 40 min | intervals: 1

It is considered the most outstanding opera of all Donizetti’s 70 coperatic works and the best Italian comic opera ever. It has been called “a jewel of charm, lightness and joyful humour”. This musical treasure is based on a bravado plot, getting the characters involved in risky adventures. As usual money, and of course love, are at stake, though in this case love comes second. This work of unique beauty represents the genre at its best. Jerzy Stuhr plays with the genre, the convention of comic opera, so the production is sheer fun, the very essence of humour and the stage magic. Participation of one of the most acclaimed comic actors in his staging is a brand mark of his theatrical art. 

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CAST

J. Borowicz, S. Kuflyuk, A. Sobierajski, P. Maciołek, A. Biegun

05.03.2019
Tuesday Tue
6:30 pm
Don Pasquale

Don Pasquale

Gaetano Donizetti
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 40 min | intervals: 1

It is considered the most outstanding opera of all Donizetti’s 70 coperatic works and the best Italian comic opera ever. It has been called “a jewel of charm, lightness and joyful humour”. This musical treasure is based on a bravado plot, getting the characters involved in risky adventures. As usual money, and of course love, are at stake, though in this case love comes second. This work of unique beauty represents the genre at its best. Jerzy Stuhr plays with the genre, the convention of comic opera, so the production is sheer fun, the very essence of humour and the stage magic. Participation of one of the most acclaimed comic actors in his staging is a brand mark of his theatrical art. 

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CAST

J. Borowicz, S. Kuflyuk, A. Sobierajski, P. Maciołek, A. Biegun

08.03.2019
Friday Fri
11:00 am
Cinderella
A ballet to the music of G. Rossini

Cinderella

Conductor: Sebastian Perłowski
Main Stage
1 h 20 min

The ballet rendition of the popular fairy tale of Cinderella, two mean stepsisters and a cruel stepmother has been prepared by Giorgio Madia, an eminent choreographer from Milan. The former soloist with the Bejart Ballet and the San Franciscoo Ballet, today he works on his own productions on the musical stages of Vienna and Berlin. 'Cinderella' in his interpretation is enhanced with new meanings, while still retaining the universal sense of the tale. Combining subtle lyricism with irony and a sense of humour, the production uses an original choreographic language and proves surprisingly spectacular. The music is compiled from fragments of Rossini's operatic and chamber compositions. This moving performance of superb comic quality is bound to delight young and adult audiences alike.

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CAST

M. Kurosawa, D. Prokharau, A. Mośko, Y. Yatskevich, V. Korpusenko, M. Pluskowski, V. Trukhan, G. Kubacka, W. Maciejewska, T. Staniak, B. Kowalska; K. Oleś-Blacha, K. Wiktor-Kałucka, A. Cząstka, A. Sobierajski, M. Kutnik, W. Pańkiw, O. Tsymbaluk

09.03.2019
Saturday Sat
11:00 am
Workshop “With Music From the Moment of Conception

Workshop “With Music From the Moment of Conception"

Mezzanine Stage
2 godz.

09.03.2019
Saturday Sat
6:30 pm
Cinderella
A ballet to the music of G. Rossini

Cinderella

Conductor: Sebastian Perłowski
Main Stage
1 h 20 min

The ballet rendition of the popular fairy tale of Cinderella, two mean stepsisters and a cruel stepmother has been prepared by Giorgio Madia, an eminent choreographer from Milan. The former soloist with the Bejart Ballet and the San Franciscoo Ballet, today he works on his own productions on the musical stages of Vienna and Berlin. 'Cinderella' in his interpretation is enhanced with new meanings, while still retaining the universal sense of the tale. Combining subtle lyricism with irony and a sense of humour, the production uses an original choreographic language and proves surprisingly spectacular. The music is compiled from fragments of Rossini's operatic and chamber compositions. This moving performance of superb comic quality is bound to delight young and adult audiences alike.

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CAST

M. Kurosawa, D. Prokharau, A. Mośko, Y. Yatskevich, V. Korpusenko, M. Pluskowski, V. Trukhan, G. Kubacka, W. Maciejewska, T. Staniak, A. Karandulka, A. Kryschanovich, B. Kowalska; K. Oleś-Blacha, K. Wiktor-Kałucka, A. Cząstka, A. Sobierajski, M. Kutnik, W. Pańkiw, O. Tsymbaluk

10.03.2019
Sunday Sun
6:30 pm
Cinderella
A ballet to the music of G. Rossini

Cinderella

Conductor: Sebastian Perłowski
Main Stage
1 h 20 min

The ballet rendition of the popular fairy tale of Cinderella, two mean stepsisters and a cruel stepmother has been prepared by Giorgio Madia, an eminent choreographer from Milan. The former soloist with the Bejart Ballet and the San Franciscoo Ballet, today he works on his own productions on the musical stages of Vienna and Berlin. 'Cinderella' in his interpretation is enhanced with new meanings, while still retaining the universal sense of the tale. Combining subtle lyricism with irony and a sense of humour, the production uses an original choreographic language and proves surprisingly spectacular. The music is compiled from fragments of Rossini's operatic and chamber compositions. This moving performance of superb comic quality is bound to delight young and adult audiences alike.

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CAST

M. Kurosawa, D. Prokharau, A. Mośko, Y. Yatskevich, V. Korpusenko, M. Pluskowski, V. Trukhan, A. Krasouskaya, W. Maciejewska, T. Staniak, A. Karandulka, A. Kryschanovich, B. Kowalska; K. Oleś-Blacha, K. Wiktor-Kałucka, M. Korybalska, A. Sobierajski, A. Biegun, W. Pańkiw, O. Tsymbaluk

15.03.2019
Friday Fri
6:30 pm
The Barber of Seville - premiere

The Barber of Seville - premiere

Gioacchino Rossini
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 45 min | intervals: 1

CAST

P. Martínez, R. Gierlach, M. Korybalska, S. Kowalewski, W. Pańkiw, K Kozarek, A. Cząstka

16.03.2019
Saturday Sat
6:30 pm
The Barber of Seville

The Barber of Seville

Gioachino Rossini
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 45 min | intervals: 1

“The Barber of Seville” by G. Rossini is an opera buffa considered to be the leading example of the genre. It is the most well-known and loved work by the composer, filled with beautiful music, based on an excellent libretto and presenting itself as “an inexhaustible well of theatrical humour,” as Piotr Kamiński wrote in his book “Tysiąc i jedna opera,” [“One-thousand and One Operas.”] 

CAST

A. Sobierajski, J. Ozimkowski, D. Proszek, Ł. Motkowicz, Ł. Jakubczak, J. Bielecki, M. Barylak

17.03.2019
Sunday Sun
6:30 pm
The Barber of Seville

The Barber of Seville

Gioachino Rossini
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 45 min | intervals: 1

“The Barber of Seville” by G. Rossini is an opera buffa considered to be the leading example of the genre. It is the most well-known and loved work by the composer, filled with beautiful music, based on an excellent libretto and presenting itself as “an inexhaustible well of theatrical humour,” as Piotr Kamiński wrote in his book “Tysiąc i jedna opera,” [“One-thousand and One Operas.”] 

CAST

P. Martínez, R. Gierlach, M. Korybalska, S. Kowalewski, S. Marszałowicz, K. Kozarek, A. Cząstka

19.03.2019
Tuesday Tue
6:30 pm
The Barber of Seville

The Barber of Seville

Gioachino Rossini
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 45 min | intervals: 1

“The Barber of Seville” by G. Rossini is an opera buffa considered to be the leading example of the genre. It is the most well-known and loved work by the composer, filled with beautiful music, based on an excellent libretto and presenting itself as “an inexhaustible well of theatrical humour,” as Piotr Kamiński wrote in his book “Tysiąc i jedna opera,” [“One-thousand and One Operas.”] 

CAST

A. Sobierajski, J. Ozimkowski, D. Proszek, Ł. Motkowicz, W. Pańkiw, J. Bielecki, M. Barylak

22.03.2019
Friday Fri
11:00 am
Mr Tralaliński
Chamber Stage
1 h 10 min

"Mr Tralaliński" is a show aimed at children aged 6-10; it is a combination of music by outstanding Polish composers and of poetry written for children.

The performance includes selected songs from the "Alphabet" by Witold Lutosławski, which the composer called children's songs and annotated: "to be performed for children and by children." As described by Mieczysław Tomaszewski, musicologist: "There is simplicity in them, achieved through concentration, through not rejecting certain tools, and using a rich selection thereof, but nonetheless in a subtle, allusive manner, relying on the sensitivity and intelligence of the listener." 

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CAST

M. Kutnik, K. Wiktor-Kałucka, A. Widera-Burda, M. Barylak, K. Kozarek, K. Kutnik

22.03.2019
Friday Fri
6:30 pm
La Bohème

La Bohème

Giacomo Puccini
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 50 min | intervals: 2

‘...freshness, youth, passion, cheerfulness, tears shed in silence, a love that gives you joy and makes you suffer,’ Puccini wrote about the perfect theme for an opera which he had found in Murger’s novel Scènes de la vie de bohème, which he himself could relate to through his own experience of several years spent as a student and artist at Milan’s conservatory. The duo of Giacosa and Illica magically turned the material into a superb libretto, not without some intervention of the composer himself. The latter endowed the tale of the Parisian bohemian life with a melodious phrase congenial with the situation, proving himself a master in building up the mood, inciting yearnings, and moving the audience. The residents of a poor garret are about to abandon their artsy spaces and walk into a life ruled by different laws. For now, however, they are experiencing  their first loves, and the first complications that come with them, as well as the first misfortunes in their lives, including death, which forebodes the end of their beautiful amusements, the end of carefree times, and thus a goodbye to youth. But let us not ponder on this yet, let us forget all about it and let ourselves be overtaken by the joyful mood of Musetta’s waltz, or the enticing words of the main heroine, ‘Si, mi chiamano Mimi’(‘Yes, they call me Mimi’) and Rodolfo’s bold attempt at seduction, ‘Che gelida manina’ (‘What a cold hand’). We’ll be better off that way.

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CAST

A. Lampert, I. Socha, A. Szerszeń, K. Oleś-Blacha, M. Kutnik, W. Pańkiw, A. Biegun, J. Ozimkowski, F. Makuch, S. Knapik, D. Palonek, J. Migała, J. Dijuk

23.03.2019
Saturday Sat
5:00 pm
Mr Tralaliński
Chamber Stage
1 h 10 min

"Mr Tralaliński" is a show aimed at children aged 6-10; it is a combination of music by outstanding Polish composers and of poetry written for children.

The performance includes selected songs from the "Alphabet" by Witold Lutosławski, which the composer called children's songs and annotated: "to be performed for children and by children." As described by Mieczysław Tomaszewski, musicologist: "There is simplicity in them, achieved through concentration, through not rejecting certain tools, and using a rich selection thereof, but nonetheless in a subtle, allusive manner, relying on the sensitivity and intelligence of the listener." 

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CAST

M. Kutnik, K. Wiktor-Kałucka, A. Widera-Burda, M. Barylak, K. Kozarek, K. Kutnik

24.03.2019
Sunday Sun
11:00 am
MEETINGS AT THE OPERA. MATINÉES.

MEETINGS AT THE OPERA. MATINÉES.

Mezzanine Stage
1 h 30 min

24.03.2019
Sunday Sun
6:30 pm
La Bohème

La Bohème

Giacomo Puccini
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
2 h 50 min | intervals: 2

‘...freshness, youth, passion, cheerfulness, tears shed in silence, a love that gives you joy and makes you suffer,’ Puccini wrote about the perfect theme for an opera which he had found in Murger’s novel Scènes de la vie de bohème, which he himself could relate to through his own experience of several years spent as a student and artist at Milan’s conservatory. The duo of Giacosa and Illica magically turned the material into a superb libretto, not without some intervention of the composer himself. The latter endowed the tale of the Parisian bohemian life with a melodious phrase congenial with the situation, proving himself a master in building up the mood, inciting yearnings, and moving the audience. The residents of a poor garret are about to abandon their artsy spaces and walk into a life ruled by different laws. For now, however, they are experiencing  their first loves, and the first complications that come with them, as well as the first misfortunes in their lives, including death, which forebodes the end of their beautiful amusements, the end of carefree times, and thus a goodbye to youth. But let us not ponder on this yet, let us forget all about it and let ourselves be overtaken by the joyful mood of Musetta’s waltz, or the enticing words of the main heroine, ‘Si, mi chiamano Mimi’(‘Yes, they call me Mimi’) and Rodolfo’s bold attempt at seduction, ‘Che gelida manina’ (‘What a cold hand’). We’ll be better off that way.

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CAST

A. Lampert, I. Socha, A. Szerszeń, K. Oleś-Blacha, M. Kutnik, W. Pańkiw, A. Biegun, J. Ozimkowski, J. Dębowski, S. Knapik, D. Palonek, J. Migała, J. Dijuk

25.03.2019
Monday Mon
5:15 pm
ŚLUB DOSKONAŁY
Marcin Sławiński

ŚLUB DOSKONAŁY

external event external event
Main Stage
| intervals: 1
25.03.2019
Monday Mon
8:15 pm
ŚLUB DOSKONAŁY
Marcin Sławiński

ŚLUB DOSKONAŁY

external event external event
Main Stage
| intervals: 1
26.03.2019
Tuesday Tue
6:30 pm
Viva Opera...!
World Theatre Day

Viva Opera...!

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Mezzanine Stage

CAST

A. Kuk, P. Maciołek, J. Bielecki, A. Szerszeń; O. Tsymbaluk

29.03.2019
Friday Fri
6:30 pm
Madama Butterfly

Madama Butterfly

Giacomo Puccini
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 2

The opera tells the story of a relationship between a geisha Cio-Cio-San and a lieutenant of the United States Navy. While the American never takes their marriage seriously, Cio-Cio-San, like Penelope, remains faithful to her beloved. The long time spent on waiting for his return and her fervent hopes confronted with the cruel truth bring the heroine to a tragic end.

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CAST

W. Chodowicz, P. Skałuba, M. Korybalska, A. Szerszeń, K. Kozarek, W. Pańkiw, K. Wiktor-Kałucka, M. Kutnik, J. Wójcik, M. Herman, L. Rogalewski, A. Sotnicka, K. Mędrek-Żurek, J. Rakoczy

31.03.2019
Sunday Sun
4:30 pm
#opera
Workshop for young people

#opera

31.03.2019
Sunday Sun
6:30 pm
Madama Butterfly

Madama Butterfly

Giacomo Puccini
Conductor: Tomasz Tokarczyk
Main Stage
3 h | intervals: 2

The opera tells the story of a relationship between a geisha Cio-Cio-San and a lieutenant of the United States Navy. While the American never takes their marriage seriously, Cio-Cio-San, like Penelope, remains faithful to her beloved. The long time spent on waiting for his return and her fervent hopes confronted with the cruel truth bring the heroine to a tragic end.

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CAST

W. Chodowicz, T. Kuk, M. Korybalska, A. Szerszeń, K. Kozarek, W. Pańkiw, K. Wiktor-Kałucka, M. Kutnik, J. Wójcik, A. Wartalski, M. Herman, A. Gajdzik-Krzyżanowska, M. Sznajder-Dziechciowska, J. Rakoczy

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