We invite you to the premiere that opens the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Warsaw Chamber Opera: Gala Mozart Night.
Gala Mozart Night, where Don Giovanni can sing to Fiordiligi, Idomeneo meets the Queen of the Night, it’s magic. Magic that will be passed on to you in a moment.
A two-part Mozart show, in which – as in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream – lovers get confused, unexpected guests appear, and surprising qui pro quo occur. The plot is based on Così fan tutte, but during this bizarre and beautiful night we will also hear excerpts from Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro and The Magic Flute.
Our young heroes will experience adventures, role swaps, unexpected connections, partner swaps that – perhaps – only this night can explain and explain. And all this to come back to himself: perhaps smarter, more experienced, more tender.
The gala was attended by artists who often performed on the stage of our theater: Artur Janda, Ewa Tracz, Maria Rozynek-Banaszak, Natalia Rubiś, Tomasz Rak, Elżbieta Wróblewska, Aleksander Kunach, Ingrida Gapova, Aleksandra Żakiewicz, Ilona Krzywicka
and actresses of the young generation debuting on our stage:Weronika Bartold, Weronika Humaj, Lidia Pronobis, Marta Chodorowska, Karolina Gorczyca, Paulina Lasota, Sylwia Gola, Magdalena Różańska, Natalia Łągiewczyk, Karolina Bruchnicka.
A great musical event was directed by Tomasz Cyz to his own script. Katarzyna Szymańska prepared the set, combining different worlds and staging in a rather unexpected way. Sebastian Piotrowicz and Natalia Jóźwiak have conjured up a non-obvious choreography.
The artists were accompanied by the orchestra of the Warsaw Chamber Opera Orkiestra Musicae Antiquae Collegium Varsoviense, conducted by Radosław Kamieniarz.
The star of the evening was Simone Kermes, the queen of the Baroque, in love with Poland and our Theater, accompanied by dancers: Beniamin Citkowski, Marcin Krajewski, Jakub Piotrowicz and Jacek Foltyn.
For the first time in history, a concert aria was danced!
This cannot be missed.