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Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
A certain gentleman now referred to as Doctor Bat causes chaos at Prince Orlovsky's masked ball. Errant husbands are sentenced to imprisonment, wives itch to betray their husbands and budding starlets appear in disguise. The hijinks and partying end up in a prison yard, but this is where the laughs really start! This champagne-fuelled full-length opera is Johann Strauss's masterpiece and without doubt the crowning event of the winter holidays. Doctor Bat and his friends have one hell of a New Year's ball in store!
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A certain gentleman now referred to as Doctor Bat causes chaos at Prince Orlovsky's masked ball. Errant husbands are sentenced to imprisonment, wives itch to betray their husbands and budding starlets appear in disguise. The hijinks and partying end up in a prison yard, but this is where the laughs really start! This champagne-fuelled full-length opera is Johann Strauss's masterpiece and without doubt the crowning event of the winter holidays. Doctor Bat and his friends have one hell of a New Year's ball in store!
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The St. Stephen’s Basilica is one of the most beautiful neo-classical buildings of Budapest. This is the most important church in Hungary, one of the most significant tourist attractions and the third highest building in Hungary.
Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker has been an essential part of the Opera's run-up to Christmas for decades. In memory of Vasili Vainonen and Gusztáv Oláh, we first presented for Christmas of 2015 a new buffed-up show that follows classical ballet traditions while still conforming to the requirements of 21st century dance and set design.
A certain gentleman now referred to as Doctor Bat causes chaos at Prince Orlovsky's masked ball. Errant husbands are sentenced to imprisonment, wives itch to betray their husbands and budding starlets appear in disguise. The hijinks and partying end up in a prison yard, but this is where the laughs really start! This champagne-fuelled full-length opera is Johann Strauss's masterpiece and without doubt the crowning event of the winter holidays. Doctor Bat and his friends have one hell of a New Year's ball in store!
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Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker has been an essential part of the Opera's run-up to Christmas for decades. In memory of Vasili Vainonen and Gusztáv Oláh, we first presented for Christmas of 2015 a new buffed-up show that follows classical ballet traditions while still conforming to the requirements of 21st century dance and set design.
A certain gentleman now referred to as Doctor Bat causes chaos at Prince Orlovsky's masked ball. Errant husbands are sentenced to imprisonment, wives itch to betray their husbands and budding starlets appear in disguise. The hijinks and partying end up in a prison yard, but this is where the laughs really start! This champagne-fuelled full-length opera is Johann Strauss's masterpiece and without doubt the crowning event of the winter holidays. Doctor Bat and his friends have one hell of a New Year's ball in store!
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Standing at the centre of this opera relating, with scintillating wit, the chaotic events of the "day of madness" and a wedding nearly gone up in smoke are the already familiar and clever barber from Seville and his spirited love, Susanna. But there is also much, much more... Human emotions, desires, dreams and disappointments, which Mozart's balanced and ornate music depicts not only with irony, but also with humanity.
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Standing at the centre of this opera relating, with scintillating wit, the chaotic events of the "day of madness" and a wedding nearly gone up in smoke are the already familiar and clever barber from Seville and his spirited love, Susanna. But there is also much, much more... Human emotions, desires, dreams and disappointments, which Mozart's balanced and ornate music depicts not only with irony, but also with humanity.
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Standing at the centre of this opera relating, with scintillating wit, the chaotic events of the "day of madness" and a wedding nearly gone up in smoke are the already familiar and clever barber from Seville and his spirited love, Susanna. But there is also much, much more... Human emotions, desires, dreams and disappointments, which Mozart's balanced and ornate music depicts not only with irony, but also with humanity.
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Premiered in 1841, Giselle is perhaps the sole Romantic ballet that continues to be performed on every major ballet stage in the world today. The plot originates from a German legend: the wilis are brides who died before their weddings.
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Standing at the centre of this opera relating, with scintillating wit, the chaotic events of the "day of madness" and a wedding nearly gone up in smoke are the already familiar and clever barber from Seville and his spirited love, Susanna. But there is also much, much more... Human emotions, desires, dreams and disappointments, which Mozart's balanced and ornate music depicts not only with irony, but also with humanity.
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Premiered in 1841, Giselle is perhaps the sole Romantic ballet that continues to be performed on every major ballet stage in the world today. The plot originates from a German legend: the wilis are brides who died before their weddings.
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Premiered in 1841, Giselle is perhaps the sole Romantic ballet that continues to be performed on every major ballet stage in the world today. The plot originates from a German legend: the wilis are brides who died before their weddings.
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Premiered in 1841, Giselle is perhaps the sole Romantic ballet that continues to be performed on every major ballet stage in the world today. The plot originates from a German legend: the wilis are brides who died before their weddings.
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Premiered in 1841, Giselle is perhaps the sole Romantic ballet that continues to be performed on every major ballet stage in the world today. The plot originates from a German legend: the wilis are brides who died before their weddings.
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Premiered in 1841, Giselle is perhaps the sole Romantic ballet that continues to be performed on every major ballet stage in the world today. The plot originates from a German legend: the wilis are brides who died before their weddings.
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Ponchielli's most famous opera whisks the audience back to the magical, but at the same time, dangerous Venetian Republic of the 17th century. The piece's protagonist is a street singer named Gioconda. In spite of her name, which means “the jovial one”, her life takes a tragic turn owing to the intrigues of a diabolically evil figure who is hopelessly in love with her.