The Royal Opera House’s 2017/18 live broadcast in Hungary

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The Royal Opera House’s 2017/18 live broadcast movie season features its 12 titles in more than 1 500 cinemas in 40 countries.

In seven cultural institutions in Hungary, Covent Garden live or slithered live broadcasts, including the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet are now popular classics with top-ranked leading dancers and opera stars, and four new ones will be shown.

The Royal Opera House is one of London’s most important opera halls, not only Royal Ballet, but also the Royal Opera and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, so all the genres of classical music can be found from the ballet to the opera and the orchestra concerts. The performances include artists such as young talent, Sonja Joncseva, the outstanding baritone, Thomas Hampson, or Jonas Kaufmann, best known as Carmen Don José.

The Royal Opera’s opening event is Mozart‘s unforgettable song, the Magic Flute (Wednesday, September, 20.). The first work from ROH leads the viewers into the Empire of the Night Queen. This will be followed by the heartbreaking tragedy of Puccini – Bohemian life (Tuesday, October, 3.), director – Richard Jones, and conductor of the evening with Antonio Pappano. In the middle of the 19th century, contemporary Parisian cultural life evolves.

Verdi’s Rigoletto (Tuesday, January, 16.) returns to ROH’s stage in the order of David McVicar, and this interpretation emphasizes the cruelty and ruin of the mantova court. Cruelty and destructive heart pain increase by Jonathan Kent Puccini Tosca (Wednesday, February, 7.), which draws on his actions from the dangerous riots of Rome in the 1800s.

After the noisy success of Frankfurt, Barrie Kosky Carmen was re-screened during the live broadcasts of ROH (Tuesday, March, 6.). This order is faithful to Bizet’s original operatic version, recalling the traditions of the viva, the revue and the farce that inspired the composer to compose. The closing opera of the season is Verdi Macbeth (Wednesday, April, 4). The sensuous drama, director – Antonio Pappano, and in the Covent Garden for the first time Anna Netrebko shapes the cunning and manipulative Lady Macbeth.

In the 2017/18 movie season, we also feature six productions of Royal Ballet. First was blockbuster Alice Wonderland (Monday, October, 23.), Christopher Wheeldon’s choreography. The ballet version of Lewis Carroll’s popular story is a real orgy to the eye: with projections, jazz dancing and lavish costumes. The Christmas family pet, The Nutcracker (Tuesday, December, 5.) saw 130,000 filmmakers in December 2016. This year, the glittering snowflakes, the realms of sweets and the fancied dance experience will fascinate the audience. Shakespeare’s family tragedy, the Winter Rege (Wednesday, February, 28.) inspired Christopher Wheeldon’s Olivier-winning choreography, which Joby Talbot‘s emotional music only emphasizes.

The Hungarian audience can join the live broadcasts screened at the Pest Vigadó from September, 20., and at the Puskin cinema – Budapest and in 5  countryside locations as: at theTisza cinema at Szolnok, at Kecskemét – Home Cinema, Szeged – Downtown Cinema,  at Pécs – Uránia Cinema, and at the Apollo Theater in Debrecen.

The Hungarian distributor of the Royal Opera House in London is the  Pannónia Entertainment Ltd distributor.

Update Aggie Reiter

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