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09 September 2018 (Sun), 19:00 World famous Bolshoi Ballet and Opera theatre (established 1776) - Marvellous Main (Historic) Stage - OPENING OF THE 2018/2019 SEASON Concert Kálmán Operetta Gala. Tickets available only at OperaAndBallet.com


Schedule for Kálmán Operetta Gala. 2018/2019


Orchestra: Bolshoi Theatre Symphony Orchestra

Hungarian Operetta. Concert Hungarian Operetta. Concert Schedule for Kálmán Operetta Gala. 2018/2019 Orchestra: Bolshoi Theatre Symphony Orchestra THE HUNGARIAN OPERETTA AND ITS REPRESENTATIVES The history of the Hungarian operetta started with Western influence. After much foreign success, the works of Strauss, Zeller, Millöcker, and Offenbach formed to the public in Hungary, too. Later on, talented Hungarian conductors and the translators of libretti were determined to start to experiment with Hungarian operettas, too. As a result, the 1st Hungarian piece of the genre, The Living Devil (Az eleven ördög) by Antal Deréky and József Konti, was put onto stage in 1885 in the Népszínház. The performed piece was so successful that there was no halt after that. There came the latest novelties from aspiring Hungarian composers. The new genre has become internationally recognised, too, in the following years. This was the time when the charm of the prima donna, Lujza Blaha, also contributed to the popularization of the genre. She was the 1st notable star of the Hungarian operetta with her performance in The Living Devil (Az eleven ördög) and The Stripling (Suhanc). She became famous in Vienna as well, but she refused a contract with Carltheater because she wanted to rest a Hungarian actress. And do you know what the Hungarian operetta is notable for? It is mostly for the fact that it is catchy and easy to memorize, but at the same time, it is carefully constructed like an opera. The Hungarian operetta has not disappeared in today’s society either, although the fame of it might have faded a bit.

Andrea Rost (soprano) 
Elena Guseva (soprano) 
Alexei Neklyudov (tenor) 
Gergely Boncsér (tenor) 
Anatolij Fokanov (baritone) 
Kristóf Baráti (violin) 

Moscow city symphony Russian Philharmonic 
Conductor: Mikhail Yurovsky 


CONCERT PROGRAMME 

Part I 

Emmerich Kálmán 

Overture from the operetta Gräfin Mariza 

Aria of Mariza “Höre ich Zigeunergeigen” from the operette Gräfin Mariza 

Duet of Sylva and Edwin “Tanzen möcht' ich” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 

Aria of Mr. X “Es ist noch Zeit… Zwei Märchenaugen” from the operette Die Zirkusprinzessin 

Duet of Mariza and Tassilo “Sag ja, mein Lieb, sag ja” from the operette Gräfin Mariza 

Béla Bartók 

Rhapsody No. 1 for violin and orchestra 

Emmerich Kálmán 

Aria of Tassilo “Wenn es Abend wird… Grüß mir mein Wien aus” from the operette Gräfin Mariza 

“Grand Palotás de la Reine” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 

Aria of Rajami “O Bajadere, wenn dein Bild mich berauscht” from the operette Die Bajadere 

Terzet of Boni, Sylva and Feri “Nimm Zigeuner deine Geige” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 


Part II 

Emmerich Kálmán 

Aria of Sylva “Heia, heia! In den Bergen ist mein Heimatland!” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 

Duet of Sylva and Edwin “Weisst du es noch” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 

Aria of Tassilo “Komm, Zigan” from the operette Gräfin Mariza 

Lied of Boni “Ganz ohne Weiber geht die Chose nicht” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 

Zoltán Kodály 

Intermezzo from the opera Háry János 

Emmerich Kálmán 

Duet of Sylva and Edwin “Mädchen gibt es wunderfeine” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 

Lied of Boni and Feri “Die Mädis vom Chantant” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 

Medley from the operette Herzogin von Chicago 

Lied “Hajmási Péter” from the operette Csárdásfürstin 

Duet of Mariza and Zupan “Komm mit nach Varasdin” from the operette Gräfin Mariza 





Schedule for Kálmán Operetta Gala. 2018/2019


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