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Neues vom Tage

Neues vom Tage

Lustige Oper in drei Akten

Text von Marcellus Schiffer


  • Edition: performance material
  • Language: German
  • Order No.: LS 2268-01

Description
CONTENT
After a furious argument, the married couple Laura and Eduard decide to get divorced. Mr and Mrs M. also become involved in the argument with the result that they also make the decision to get divorced. The two couples encounter another again at the Registry Office: Mr and Mrs M. are already happily divorced because they had hired the attractive Mr Hermann from the Büro für Familienangelegenheiten GmbH [Office for Family Affairs plc] to provide suitable grounds for divorce. Laura and Eduard also employ his services and arrange a compromising meeting between Laura and Mr Hermann in a museum where they are to be ambushed by Eduard.
When the latter espies the faked love scene, he is suddenly overcome by genuine feelings of jealousy, breaks a statue and is thrown into prison as a vandal. Laura takes up residence in a hotel and has a bath. Hermann who has actually fallen in love with Laura importunes her in the bathroom. When Mrs M., to which Hermann has also made a declaration of love, comes onto the scene, she feels herself betrayed by the other two and summons the hotel staff to provoke a scandal. All present with the exception of Mrs M. deplore the embarrassment of this situation. Eduard hears of the scandal while in prison: at the same time, Laura is forced to read the lurid headlines on this case. On his release, Eduard realises that he will be unable to pay for the damage he caused in the museum. Managers employ the couple for performances in theatres and music halls to present their ‘case’ as the scandalous attraction of the season. This enables them to earn sufficient money to be able to settle all their debts and they subsequently make plans to retreat into private life, but the opinions expressed in the press have irrevocably brought them into the public eye, forcing them to continue their act as the ‘news of the day’ indefinitely.

COMMENTARY
Hindemith and his librettist Marcellus Schiffer, the wittiest and most successful revue author of the time, take the medium of contemporary revue theatre in Berlin of the late 1920s, a blend between cabaret and grand ‘shows’, and utilise this concept for the new form of topical opera. They then proceed however to develop this form of opera into a satire on the modern social modes of behaviour, providing a critique of the times but without any trace of arrogant or self-opinionated cynicism through the plot which is transferred to the present time. The protagonists disport  themselves ‘factually ‘, play their roles and express themselves indirectly in a conventional manner, and whenever they break out of their set roles, and reveal ‘emotions’ such as rage, jealousy or love – this appears simultaneously ridiculous and embarrassing and leads to catastrophe. Alfred Einstein wrote after the first performance: ‘The orchestral introduction alone is a prelude to a devilish puppet theatre with a peculiarly beautiful woodwind episode just before its conclusion; all interludes possess a rhythmic buoyancy which is intrinsic to Hindemith. An entire duet scene is unfolded from the initial frenzied fugato on the piano for two and then four hands; everything is formed and leads in part to excessive surplus weight—as for example in the finale in the hotel bathroom within its cantata-like quality.
This formalism has however a dramatic purpose. The scene at the registry office has a dreamlike atmosphere and this dreaminess becomes intensified into a symbol of the times in the septet in which six managers offer their propositions to the distraught hero and heroine: this march in C major is the internal highlight of the drama where buffonesque action is transformed into magnificence— this moment will remain as the artistic depiction of our situation and our Americanisation, simultaneously as image and critique. This is the point where a topical work of art touches on a “work for eternity”.’ (G. Sch.)
Details
Performance duration: 110' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Uraufführung : 8. Juni 1929 Berlin, Krolloper (D) Berliner Festspiele 1929 · Dirigent: Otto Klemperer · Choreinstudierung: Karl Rankl · Inszenierung: Ernst Legal · Kostüme: Traugott Müller · Bühnenbild: Traugott Müller
Year of composition: 1928 - 1929
instrumentation: 2 (beide auch Picc.) · 1 · Engl. Hr. · Es-Klar. · 1 · Bassklar. · Altsax. · 2 · Kfg. - 1 · 2 · 2 · 1 - S. (Xyl. · Glsp. · Trgl. · gr. Gong · Crot. / kl. Beck. · Beck. · Beckenpaar · Tomt. · kl. Tr. · gr. Tr. · 3 elektr. Klingeln) (4 Spieler) - Mand. · Banjo · Hfe. · Klav. (2hd.) · Klav. (4hd.) - Str. (6 · 0 · 4 · 4 · 4)
occupation: Laura · Sopran - Eduard · Bariton - Der schöne Herr Hermann · Tenor - Herr M. · Tenor - Frau M. · Mezzosopran - Hoteldirektor · Bass - Standesbeamter · Bass - Fremdenführer · Bass - Zimmermädchen · Sopran - Oberkellner · Tenor - Sechs Manager (2 Tenöre · 2 Baritone · 2 Bässe) - Chor
Performances
2022-06-25 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-06-10 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-05-29 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-05-21 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-05-14 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-05-07 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus | First Night
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-05-23 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-05-16 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-05-08 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-23 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-21 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 18:00
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-17 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-12 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-05 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-03-30 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30 | First Night
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-30 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 19:30
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-24 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 19:30
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-20 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: Carlos Kalmar
Orchestra: Oregon Symphony
2018-05-14 | Portland, OR (United States of America), Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Conductor: Carlos Kalmar
Orchestra: Oregon Symphony
2018-05-13 | Portland, OR (United States of America), Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Conductor: Carlos Kalmar
Orchestra: Oregon Symphony
2018-05-12 | Portland, OR (United States of America), Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-10 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-06 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-04 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 19:30 | First Night
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-06-05 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-06-03 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-05-29 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-05-27 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-05-10 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-04-26 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-04-12 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-04-04 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-03-31 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-03-12 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-03-07 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-06-11 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-05-04 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-05-02 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-04-28 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:00 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-04-26 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-04-17 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-03-28 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-03-15 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-03-02 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr | First Night
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-17 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-15 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-12 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-09 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-07 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater | First Night
Conductor: Thomas Rösner
Orchestra: Camerata de Bourgogne; Orchestre de Dijon
2009-12-20 | Dijon (France), Grand Théâtre
Conductor: Thomas Rösner
Orchestra: Camerata de Bourgogne; Orchestre de Dijon
2009-12-19 | Dijon (France), Grand Théâtre
Conductor: Thomas Rösner
Orchestra: Camerata de Bourgogne; Orchestre de Dijon
2009-12-17 | Dijon (France), Grand Théâtre
Conductor: Thomas Rösner
Orchestra: Camerata de Bourgogne; Orchestre de Dijon
2009-12-15 | Dijon (France), Grand Théâtre | national Premiere
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-07-01 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-06-27 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-06-16 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-06-12 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-06-04 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-05-31 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr | First Night
Conductor: Bruno Bartoletti
Orchestra: Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
2008-01-29 | Ancona (Italy), Teatro delle Muse
Conductor: Bruno Bartoletti
Orchestra: Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
2008-01-27 | Ancona (Italy), Teatro delle Muse
Conductor: Bruno Bartoletti
Orchestra: Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
2008-01-25 | Ancona (Italy), Teatro delle Muse | national Premiere
Conductor: Hiroaki Masuda
2007-07-07 | Nordhausen (Germany), Theater — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Hiroaki Masuda
2007-07-01 | Nordhausen (Germany), Theater — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Hiroaki Masuda
2007-06-24 | Nordhausen (Germany), Theater — 14.30 Uhr
Conductor: Hiroaki Masuda
2007-06-22 | Nordhausen (Germany), Theater — 19.30 Uhr | First Night
Conductor: Frank Cramer
2002-06-15 | Innsbruck (Austria), Tiroler Landestheater | national Premiere
Conductor: Stephan Tetzlaff
2002-06-01 | Bremerhaven (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Peter Leonard
2001-04-21 | Kaiserslautern (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Jeremy Hulin
2000-03-25 | Aachen (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Peter Leonard
2000-03-19 | Augsburg (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Manfred Mayrhofer
1996-12-06 | Köln (Germany), Bühnen der Stadt | First Night
Conductor: Peter Stangel
1995-01-08 | Heidelberg (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Hanns-Martin Schneidt
1992-07-03 | Berlin (Germany), Deutsche Staatsoper | First Night
Conductor: David de Villiers
1992-04-26 | Gießen (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Ljubomir Romansky
1948-01-29 | Wiesbaden (Germany), Hessisches Staatstheater | First Night
Conductor: Bruno Vondenhoff
1931-11-29 | Königsberg (Germany), Opernhaus | First Night
Conductor: Joseph Rosenstock
1931-05-17 | Mannheim (Germany), Nationaltheater | First Night
Conductor: Hans Oppenheim
1930-10-01 | Breslau (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Karl Böhm
1930-06-22 | Frankfurt/Main (Germany), Oper — Gastspiel des Hessisches Landestheaters Darmstadt
Conductor: Bruno Vondenhoff
1930-04-01 | Gera (Germany), Reußisches Theater | First Night
Conductor: Johannes Schüler
1930-03-04 | Oldenburg (Germany), Landestheater | First Night
Conductor: Alfred Wolf
1930-02-14 | Chemnitz (Germany), Oper | First Night
Conductor: Paul Frankenburger
1930-02-01 | Augsburg (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Bertil Wetzelsberger
1930-02-01 | Nürnberg (Germany), Neues Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Franz Rau
1929-12-01 | Krefeld (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Franz Jung
1929-11-29 | Erfurt (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Wilhelm Sieben
1929-11-14 | Dortmund (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Walter Beck
1929-10-13 | Magdeburg (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Karl Böhm
1929-09-11 | Darmstadt (Germany), Hessisches Landestheater | First Night
Conductor: Otto Klemperer
1929-06-08 | Berlin (Germany), Krolloper | World Premiere
CONTENT
After a furious argument, the married couple Laura and Eduard decide to get divorced. Mr and Mrs M. also become involved in the argument with the result that they also make the decision to get divorced. The two couples encounter another again at the Registry Office: Mr and Mrs M. are already happily divorced because they had hired the attractive Mr Hermann from the Büro für Familienangelegenheiten GmbH [Office for Family Affairs plc] to provide suitable grounds for divorce. Laura and Eduard also employ his services and arrange a compromising meeting between Laura and Mr Hermann in a museum where they are to be ambushed by Eduard.
When the latter espies the faked love scene, he is suddenly overcome by genuine feelings of jealousy, breaks a statue and is thrown into prison as a vandal. Laura takes up residence in a hotel and has a bath. Hermann who has actually fallen in love with Laura importunes her in the bathroom. When Mrs M., to which Hermann has also made a declaration of love, comes onto the scene, she feels herself betrayed by the other two and summons the hotel staff to provoke a scandal. All present with the exception of Mrs M. deplore the embarrassment of this situation. Eduard hears of the scandal while in prison: at the same time, Laura is forced to read the lurid headlines on this case. On his release, Eduard realises that he will be unable to pay for the damage he caused in the museum. Managers employ the couple for performances in theatres and music halls to present their ‘case’ as the scandalous attraction of the season. This enables them to earn sufficient money to be able to settle all their debts and they subsequently make plans to retreat into private life, but the opinions expressed in the press have irrevocably brought them into the public eye, forcing them to continue their act as the ‘news of the day’ indefinitely.

COMMENTARY
Hindemith and his librettist Marcellus Schiffer, the wittiest and most successful revue author of the time, take the medium of contemporary revue theatre in Berlin of the late 1920s, a blend between cabaret and grand ‘shows’, and utilise this concept for the new form of topical opera. They then proceed however to develop this form of opera into a satire on the modern social modes of behaviour, providing a critique of the times but without any trace of arrogant or self-opinionated cynicism through the plot which is transferred to the present time. The protagonists disport  themselves ‘factually ‘, play their roles and express themselves indirectly in a conventional manner, and whenever they break out of their set roles, and reveal ‘emotions’ such as rage, jealousy or love – this appears simultaneously ridiculous and embarrassing and leads to catastrophe. Alfred Einstein wrote after the first performance: ‘The orchestral introduction alone is a prelude to a devilish puppet theatre with a peculiarly beautiful woodwind episode just before its conclusion; all interludes possess a rhythmic buoyancy which is intrinsic to Hindemith. An entire duet scene is unfolded from the initial frenzied fugato on the piano for two and then four hands; everything is formed and leads in part to excessive surplus weight—as for example in the finale in the hotel bathroom within its cantata-like quality.
This formalism has however a dramatic purpose. The scene at the registry office has a dreamlike atmosphere and this dreaminess becomes intensified into a symbol of the times in the septet in which six managers offer their propositions to the distraught hero and heroine: this march in C major is the internal highlight of the drama where buffonesque action is transformed into magnificence— this moment will remain as the artistic depiction of our situation and our Americanisation, simultaneously as image and critique. This is the point where a topical work of art touches on a “work for eternity”.’ (G. Sch.)
Performance duration: 110' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Uraufführung : 8. Juni 1929 Berlin, Krolloper (D) Berliner Festspiele 1929 · Dirigent: Otto Klemperer · Choreinstudierung: Karl Rankl · Inszenierung: Ernst Legal · Kostüme: Traugott Müller · Bühnenbild: Traugott Müller
Year of composition: 1928 - 1929
instrumentation: 2 (beide auch Picc.) · 1 · Engl. Hr. · Es-Klar. · 1 · Bassklar. · Altsax. · 2 · Kfg. - 1 · 2 · 2 · 1 - S. (Xyl. · Glsp. · Trgl. · gr. Gong · Crot. / kl. Beck. · Beck. · Beckenpaar · Tomt. · kl. Tr. · gr. Tr. · 3 elektr. Klingeln) (4 Spieler) - Mand. · Banjo · Hfe. · Klav. (2hd.) · Klav. (4hd.) - Str. (6 · 0 · 4 · 4 · 4)
occupation: Laura · Sopran - Eduard · Bariton - Der schöne Herr Hermann · Tenor - Herr M. · Tenor - Frau M. · Mezzosopran - Hoteldirektor · Bass - Standesbeamter · Bass - Fremdenführer · Bass - Zimmermädchen · Sopran - Oberkellner · Tenor - Sechs Manager (2 Tenöre · 2 Baritone · 2 Bässe) - Chor
2022-06-25 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-06-10 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-05-29 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-05-21 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-05-14 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus
2022-05-07 | Gelsenkirchen (Germany), Musiktheater im Revier, großes Haus | First Night
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-05-23 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-05-16 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-05-08 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-23 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-21 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 18:00
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-17 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-12 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-04-05 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30
Conductor: Johannes Braun
2019-03-30 | Coburg (Germany), Landestheater — 19:30 | First Night
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-30 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 19:30
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-24 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 19:30
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-20 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: Carlos Kalmar
Orchestra: Oregon Symphony
2018-05-14 | Portland, OR (United States of America), Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Conductor: Carlos Kalmar
Orchestra: Oregon Symphony
2018-05-13 | Portland, OR (United States of America), Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Conductor: Carlos Kalmar
Orchestra: Oregon Symphony
2018-05-12 | Portland, OR (United States of America), Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-10 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-06 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 18:00
Conductor: Gregor Rot
2018-05-04 | Schwerin (Germany), Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater — 19:30 | First Night
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-06-05 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-06-03 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-05-29 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-05-27 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-05-10 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-04-26 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-04-12 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-04-04 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-03-31 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-03-12 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2015-03-07 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-06-11 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-05-04 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-05-02 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-04-28 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:00 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-04-26 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-04-17 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-03-28 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-03-15 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr
Conductor: Hendrik Vestmann
2013-03-02 | Münster (Germany), Theater, Großes Haus — 19:30 Uhr | First Night
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-17 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-15 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-12 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-09 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater
Conductor: Michael Klubertanz
Orchestra: Kammerorchester aus Studierenden der Opernschule Stuttgart
2013-02-07 | Stuttgart (Germany), Wilhelma Theater | First Night
Conductor: Thomas Rösner
Orchestra: Camerata de Bourgogne; Orchestre de Dijon
2009-12-20 | Dijon (France), Grand Théâtre
Conductor: Thomas Rösner
Orchestra: Camerata de Bourgogne; Orchestre de Dijon
2009-12-19 | Dijon (France), Grand Théâtre
Conductor: Thomas Rösner
Orchestra: Camerata de Bourgogne; Orchestre de Dijon
2009-12-17 | Dijon (France), Grand Théâtre
Conductor: Thomas Rösner
Orchestra: Camerata de Bourgogne; Orchestre de Dijon
2009-12-15 | Dijon (France), Grand Théâtre | national Premiere
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-07-01 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-06-27 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-06-16 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-06-12 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-06-04 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Marc Reibel
2008-05-31 | Linz (Austria), Landestheater, Großes Haus — 19.30 Uhr | First Night
Conductor: Bruno Bartoletti
Orchestra: Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
2008-01-29 | Ancona (Italy), Teatro delle Muse
Conductor: Bruno Bartoletti
Orchestra: Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
2008-01-27 | Ancona (Italy), Teatro delle Muse
Conductor: Bruno Bartoletti
Orchestra: Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
2008-01-25 | Ancona (Italy), Teatro delle Muse | national Premiere
Conductor: Hiroaki Masuda
2007-07-07 | Nordhausen (Germany), Theater — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Hiroaki Masuda
2007-07-01 | Nordhausen (Germany), Theater — 19.30 Uhr
Conductor: Hiroaki Masuda
2007-06-24 | Nordhausen (Germany), Theater — 14.30 Uhr
Conductor: Hiroaki Masuda
2007-06-22 | Nordhausen (Germany), Theater — 19.30 Uhr | First Night
Conductor: Frank Cramer
2002-06-15 | Innsbruck (Austria), Tiroler Landestheater | national Premiere
Conductor: Stephan Tetzlaff
2002-06-01 | Bremerhaven (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Peter Leonard
2001-04-21 | Kaiserslautern (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Jeremy Hulin
2000-03-25 | Aachen (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Peter Leonard
2000-03-19 | Augsburg (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Manfred Mayrhofer
1996-12-06 | Köln (Germany), Bühnen der Stadt | First Night
Conductor: Peter Stangel
1995-01-08 | Heidelberg (Germany), Theater | First Night
Conductor: Hanns-Martin Schneidt
1992-07-03 | Berlin (Germany), Deutsche Staatsoper | First Night
Conductor: David de Villiers
1992-04-26 | Gießen (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Ljubomir Romansky
1948-01-29 | Wiesbaden (Germany), Hessisches Staatstheater | First Night
Conductor: Bruno Vondenhoff
1931-11-29 | Königsberg (Germany), Opernhaus | First Night
Conductor: Joseph Rosenstock
1931-05-17 | Mannheim (Germany), Nationaltheater | First Night
Conductor: Hans Oppenheim
1930-10-01 | Breslau (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Karl Böhm
1930-06-22 | Frankfurt/Main (Germany), Oper — Gastspiel des Hessisches Landestheaters Darmstadt
Conductor: Bruno Vondenhoff
1930-04-01 | Gera (Germany), Reußisches Theater | First Night
Conductor: Johannes Schüler
1930-03-04 | Oldenburg (Germany), Landestheater | First Night
Conductor: Alfred Wolf
1930-02-14 | Chemnitz (Germany), Oper | First Night
Conductor: Paul Frankenburger
1930-02-01 | Augsburg (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Bertil Wetzelsberger
1930-02-01 | Nürnberg (Germany), Neues Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Franz Rau
1929-12-01 | Krefeld (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Franz Jung
1929-11-29 | Erfurt (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Wilhelm Sieben
1929-11-14 | Dortmund (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Walter Beck
1929-10-13 | Magdeburg (Germany), Stadttheater | First Night
Conductor: Karl Böhm
1929-09-11 | Darmstadt (Germany), Hessisches Landestheater | First Night
Conductor: Otto Klemperer
1929-06-08 | Berlin (Germany), Krolloper | World Premiere
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