Dichterliebe … “A Poet’s Love” – Átrium Film Theater @ Budapest

A Road to Music – 90 minutes production

Soon to come on October 14th and October 21st. The one-and-half hour production the audience can be part of a unique all-arts production at the Átrium Film Theater – District, II. 55. Margit Blvd. Budapest.

The Nineteenth-Century Reflection of Gender in Selected Songs. True Romantic in style and choice of metaphor, but the work is laced with irony and thematic mix of sentiment and self-derision, so close to modern sensibilities.

Dichterliebe, “A Poet’s Love” (composed 1840), is also the best-known song cycle by Robert Schumann (Op. 48).

In the performance entitled Twelve Giants, an imagined love story comes to life together on the screen, in music and on stage, directed by Lili Horvát, musical direction by Máté Hámori, arranged by Máté Balogh, performed by the Danubia Orchestra, starring János Szemenyei and Fanni Wrochna. Zsolt Nagy and Natasa Stork are also featured in the film scenes, with whom the director has already worked in his previous film, which won several international awards, Preparation for an Indeterminate Period of Cohabitation.

Recommender Aggie Reiter

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris Hanlon on 21/09/2022 at 11:30

    Sounds interesting…enjoy !!!

    Reply

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