‘Csardas Princess’ turns 100

In order to celebrate 100 years since it first premiered in Vienna in 1915, the Hungarian Dama Diva Operetta Company is bringing a grand production to Israel.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 1, 2015 20:51
Csardas Princess

Csardas Princess. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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In order to celebrate 100 years since it first premiered in Vienna in 1915, the Hungarian Dama Diva Operetta Company is bringing a grand production of The Csardas Princess to Israel.

The operetta, by Hungarian-Jewish composer Emmerich Kalman, is the story of mistaken identities, disappointments and yearning, and ultimately love conquering all.

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The operetta is widely beloved in Hungary, Austria, Germany, all of Europe and particularly in former Soviet Union, where it was adapted into a popular film.

The Csardas Princess runs April 5 through 17. For tickets visit www.bimot.

co.il or www.hasharon.net.

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