Schedule change due to curfew

Oct 28, 2020, 6:00 PM

Due to the curfew decreed by the Government, the last Strasbourg performance of Samson et Dalila on Wednesday 28 October will exceptionally start at 6 pm. The performance will end at 8:30 p.m., half an hour before the start of the curfew. The doors will open at 5 pm. This performance will exceptionally not be preceded by a Prologue. Thank you very much for your understanding.






La Filature
Oct 16Nov 08, 2020
6 - 90 €

Spectacle présenté avec un entracte


Direction musicale Ariane Matiakh Mise en scène Marie-Eve Signeyrole Assistante mise en scène Sandra Pocceschi Collaboration aux mouvements Julie Compans Décors et costumes Fabien Teigné Assistante costumes Pauline Kieffer Lumières Philippe Berthomé Conception vidéo Marie-Eve Signeyrole Coréalisation vidéo Laurent La Rosa Chef de chœur Alessandro Zuppardo Orchestre symphonique de Mulhouse


Samson Massimo Giordano Delilah Katarina Bradić High Priest Jean-Sébastien Bou Abimelech Patrick Bolleire Old Hebrew man Wojtek Smilek Philistine messenger Damian Arnold First Philistine Néstor Galván Second Philistine Damien Gastl Chœur de l'Opéra national du Rhin


Saint-Saëns' opera was inspired by the fascinating biblical story of Samson and Delilah, which explores the eternal struggle between cunning and might. Samson -- a warrior who draws his superhuman strength from his long hair -- is seduced by the beautiful Delilah. She removes his locks while he sleeps so her tribe, the Philistines, can finally defeat their thus-far invincible enemy. An epic and breathtaking oeuvre, Samson and Delilah is a masterpiece of French lyric art that bursts with stirring arias including the celebrated "Softly Awakes My Heart". The production is another wonderful chance to see conductor Ariane Matiakh in action. For the staging, Marie-Eve Signeyrole breaks from the traditional biblical mise en scène to give us a better sense of the ancient story's tightly woven themes of politics and human nature that still speak to us today.

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Overtitled in French, German

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