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Homepage • 2017-2018 • Opera Studio • The Seven Deadly Sins

The Seven Deadly Sins


The Seven Deadly Sins... / Arnold Schönberg - Kurt Weill

[New production]



Cabaret as a hub of illusions and obscure, forbidden dreams. Three women call to us through their strange stories where night, the moon and solitude interweave with pleasure, money and success. How can we resist following them to the whisky bar? All is illusion and mirage and will vanish as soon as light returns. And yet… David Pountney, with the complicity of conductor Roland Kluttig, brings together 3 short gems imbued with scandal where dance, song and music evoke mystery and the meaning of life. The Premiere of Schönberg’s Pierrot lunaire and Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins (before the Parisian audience of Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in 1933) and Mahagonny - Ein Songspiel disconcerted opinion and gave rise to enthusiasm and debate. Their specific piquancy still stirs up appealing, yet disturbing flights of fancy.

 




Musical Director Roland Kluttig
Stage Director David Pountney
Set Design and costumes Marie-Jeanne Lecca
Lighting Fabrice Kebour


MAHAGONNY - EIN SONGSPIEL
Kurt Weill


Libretto by Bertolt Brecht
Premiered in Baden-Baden on 17th July 1927

Charlie Mark Le Brocq
Billy Stefan Sbonnik
Bobby Antoine Foulon
Jimmy Patrick Blackwell
Jessie Lauren Michelle / Lenneke Ruiten

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PIERROT LUNAIRE
Arnold Schönberg


Three times seven poems after Albert Giraud, for voice and instrumental accompaniment
Premiered on 16th October 1912 in Berlin

Soprano Lenneke Ruiten / Lauren Michelle


THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS

Kurt Weill


Ballet in one prologue and seven scenes, with a libretto by Bertolt Brecht
Premiered in Paris in 1933

 

Anna Lenneke Ruiten / Lauren Michelle
Father Mark Le Brocq
Brother Stefan Sbonnik
Brother Antoine Foulon
Mother Patrick Blackwell


Orchestre symphonique de Mulhouse

 




In German,
surtitles in French and German



Visuel
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Dates & places

Strasbourg - Opéra

Colmar - Théâtre municipal

  • Tue 5 June 20 h

Mulhouse - La Sinne