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Opera main hall - Rīga, Aspazijas bulvāris 3
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Organizer: LATVIJAS NACIONĀLĀ OPERA UN BALETS VSIA
Reg. number: 40103208907
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Duration: 3.40
Language: Original language
Entrance from:: one hour before the performance
Free entrance for children: No
Subtitles: Latvian and English
intended for: From 12 years old

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Opera by Charles Gounod in five acts

Musical director and  conductor Tadeusz Wojciechowski
Stage director Aiks Karapetjans
Set director Kristaps Skulte
Costume designer Kristīne Pasternaka
Video Artis Dzērve
Lighting designer AJ Weissbard

Doctor Faust is tormented by the feeling he’s wasted his life. The mysterious Mephistopheles promises to make all of the aging scientist’s wishes come true - in exchange for Faust’s soul . . . Charles Gounod’s opera, which was inspired by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s famous tragedy, saw its world premier in Paris in 1859. Today, director Aik Karapetian’s has put together a new production in the late-gothic aesthetic, also employing silent movie techniques in the style of German expressionism. “But that doesn’t mean that the production will be hopelessly grave”, Karapetian says of his vision.

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Opera by Charles Gounod in five acts

Musical director and  conductor Tadeusz Wojciechowski
Stage director Aiks Karapetjans
Set director Kristaps Skulte
Costume designer Kristīne Pasternaka
Video Artis Dzērve
Lighting designer AJ Weissbard

Doctor Faust is tormented by the feeling he’s wasted his life. The mysterious Mephistopheles promises to make all of the aging scientist’s wishes come true - in exchange for Faust’s soul . . . Charles Gounod’s opera, which was inspired by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s famous tragedy, saw its world premier in Paris in 1859. Today, director Aik Karapetian’s has put together a new production in the late-gothic aesthetic, also employing silent movie techniques in the style of German expressionism. “But that doesn’t mean that the production will be hopelessly grave”, Karapetian says of his vision.

Information about discounts and tickets for children


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