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Nabucco - Vienna Opera

Venue: Vienna State Opera

 
Opernring 2
1010 Wien
Austria
 
 
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Nabucco - Vienna Opera
Wed 12 December 2018
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Event details
 
Composer/Organizer: Giuseppe Verdi

With this work, Verdi founded his worldwide fame. The Prisoners' Chorus from the third act has remained a hit. But the rest of the opera saves not wonderful, rousing and catchy melodies.
 

1. Part
Jerusalem: there is war between Assyria and Israel. Nabucco, king of Assyria, has occupied Jerusalem, and the last survivors of the Israelites - Levites and temple people - have fled to the sanctuary of the temple. The prophet Zaccaria takes a hostage: Fenena, Nabucco's daughter, who once helped the Jews Ismaele to escape from Babylon; Fenenas sister Abigail him at that time held out of jealousy. Ismaele Fenena will help to escape, since both surprised by Abigail. They extorted Ismaele: Only his love for her could not save the Jews. Ismaele chooses Fenena. As Nabucco enters the temple, Zaccaria will kill his hostage, but he falls Ismaele in the arm and rescues Fenena. His people cursed him. All Hebrews go into captivity.


2. Part
Blasphemy: Ismaele accursed lives in freedom. Nabucco Fenena has passed for the period of his absence, the crown. The chief priest of the Babylonians Abigaille can send a secret document which sets out the reasons for their deprivation: she is the daughter of a slave. Thus, Abigail is benützbar blackmail and for the power demands of the high priest. He offers her the crown of the priesthood is the rumor of the death of Nabucco has already been disseminated.
To break the spell of Ismaele, Fenena has freed the Jews, but they remain ruthless. With her conversion to Judaism makes Fenena is guilty of high treason - exactly on schedule, the high priest. Both sisters are now rivals the power, but the decisive battle out in the background and the high priest Zaccaria. The returned Nabucco faces on all sides betrayed and cursed both the Babylonian and the Jewish faith. As a new instance, he sets himself an equal to God - the first victim will be Fenena. This arrogance and abuse of his power to collapse Nabucco,

3. Part
The Prophecy: Abigaille can now enjoy the glory of a Queen: All Hebrews are back in captivity - including the beloved Ismaele. The High Priest calls for the destruction of all. The clairvoyant madness by Nabucco sees through Abigaille intentions. Father and daughter are now blackmailing each other: He calls her a slave, they provoked him with his weakness as a king. Nabucco is still not ready to understand the fate of an entire people, he only asks for mercy for Fenena. In vain. After he signed the death warrant, he himself becomes a prisoner. In prison, the Jews are waiting for death. Zaccaria predicts in a bloody vision of doom and destruction to all enemies of Israel.


4. Part
The Fallen Idol: Nabucco is drawn by the terrible events. He mourned his life, the life of peoples and daughter murderer. Suddenly, the doors of the prison open. Nabucco and his soldiers can prevent the execution of the Jews and Fenena free. For Abigail it comes too late. She has put an end to their feud. The king of the Assyrians gives everyone the freedom. Peace could be between Assyria and Israel ...

 
Program and Cast
 

Conductor: Paolo Carignani


Nabucco: Luca Salsi
Ismaele: Lukhanyo Moyake
Zaccaria: Ain Anger
Abigaille: Liudmyla Monastyrska


Staging: Günter Krämer
Stage design: Petra Buchholz, Manfred Voss
Costumes: Falk Bauer
Light: Manfred Voss

 
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Buses: 59A
Local Railway: Badner Bahn
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The Wiener Staatsoper and the ÖPARK Kärntner Ring Garage on Mahlerstraße 8, under the “Ringstraßengalerien”, offer the patrons of the Vienna State Opera a new, reduced parking fee. You can park in the Kärntner Ring Garage for up to 8 hours and pay only a flat fee of € 6, -. Just validate your ticket at one of the discount machines inside the Wiener Staatsoper. The normal rate will be charged for parking time greater than 8 hours. The validation machines can be found at the following coat checks: Operngasse, Herbert von Karajan-Platz, and the right and left and balcony galleries.

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History



The structure of the opera house was planned by the Viennese architect August Sicard von Sicardsburg, while the inside was designed by interior decorator Eduard van der Nüll. It was also impacted by other major artists such as Moritz von Schwind, who painted the frescoes in the foyer, and the famous "Zauberflöten" (“Magic Flute”) series of frescoes on the veranda. Neither of the architects survived to see the opening of ‘their’ opera house: the sensitive van der Nüll committed suicide, and his friend Sicardsburg died of a stroke soon afterwards.

 

On May 25, 1869, the opera house solemnly opened with Mozart's Don Giovanni in the presence of Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Elisabeth.
The popularity of the building grew under the artistic influence of the first directors: Franz von Dingelstedt, Johann Herbeck, Franz Jauner, and Wilhelm Jahn. The Vienna opera experienced its first high point under the direction of Gustav Mahler. He completely transformed the outdated performance system, increased the precision and timing of the performances, and also utilized the experience of other noteworthy artists, such as Alfred Roller, for the formation of new stage aesthetics.

 

The years 1938 to 1945 were a dark chapter in the history of the opera house. Under the Nazis, many members of the house were driven out, pursued, and killed, and many works were not allowed to be played.

 

On March 12, 1945, the opera house was devastated during a bombing, but on May 1, 1945, the “State Opera in the Volksoper” opened with a performance of Mozart's THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO. On October 6, 1945, the hastily restored “Theaters an der Wien” reopened with Beethoven's FIDELIO. For the next ten years the Vienna State Opera operated in two venues while the true headquarters was being rebuilt at a great expense.

 

The Secretary of State for Public Works, Julius Raab, announced on May 24, 1945, that reconstruction of the Vienna State Opera would begin immediately. Only the main facade, the grand staircase, and the Schwind Foyer had been spared from the bombs. On November 5, 1955, the Vienna State Opera reopened with a new auditorium and modernized technology. Under the direction of Karl Böhm, Beethoven’s FIDELIO was brilliantly performed, and the opening ceremonies were broadcast by Austrian television. The whole world understood that life was beginning again for this country that had just regained its independence.

 

Today, the Vienna State Opera is considered one of the most important opera houses in the world; in particular, it is the house with the largest repertoire. It has been under the direction of Dominique Meyer since September 1, 2010.

 
 
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