A 'Figargo' from Lithuania

Performances run from November 4 to November 15.

November 2, 2015 19:54

The Marriage of Figaro from the Lithuanian National Opera of Vilnius.. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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The Israel Opera opens its 31st season with a guest production of Mozart’s evergreen The Marriage of Figaro from the Lithuanian National Opera of Vilnius (LNO).

Performances run from November 4 to November 15.

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Singers, dancers, choir, orchestra and all are coming to tell the story of Figaro, his intended bride Susanna, the Count and Countess Almaviva and mischievous Cherubino, their page.

The conductor is Martynas Staskus, and the director is Emilio Sagi.

This is LNO’s second visit. The first was with the well-received Salome in 2008.

For tickets and more info visit www.israel-opera.co.il

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