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Maxine Joanna Braham
Tassis Christoyannis (12, 16, 20, 27/12/2020)
Dionysios Sourbis (13, 18, 22, 29/12/2020)
Vassiliki Karayanni (12, 16, 20, 27/12/2020)
Syranous Tsalikian (13, 18, 22, 29/12/2020)
Yannis Christopoulos (12, 16, 20, 27/12/2020)
Vassilis Kavayas (13, 18, 22, 29/12/2020)
Petros Magoulas (12, 16, 20, 27/12/2020)
Alexandros Stavrakakis (13, 18, 22, 29/12/2020)
Anna Stylianaki (12, 16, 20, 27/12/2020)
Artemis Bogri (13, 18, 22, 29/12/2020)
Tassos Apostolou (12, 16, 20, 27/12/2020)
Haris Andrianos (13, 18, 22, 29/12/2020)
Nikos Kotenidis (12, 16, 20, 27/12/2020)
George Mattheakakis (13, 18, 22, 29/12/2020)
Chrissa Maliamani (12, 16, 20, 27/12/2020)
Miranda Makrynioti (13, 18, 22, 29/12/2020)
With the Orchestra, Chorus and Soloists of the GNO
Ticket prices: €15, €20, €35, €40, €50, €55, €60, €80|
Students, children: €15 |
Limited visibility: €10
*The performance contains nudity
In line with the restrictive measures for the protection of public health against the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) announced by the Greek Government, the Greek National Opera’s Stavros Niarchos Hall will operate at 30% maximum capacity, namely, with 420 seats out of a total of 1,400. Moreover, it is noted that according to the instructions of the Greek State, tickets will only be purchased online or by telephone, the use of mask will be obligatory when entering and exiting the building and throughout the performances, on either side of each seat (single or double) there will be at least two empty seats left, overcrowding shall be avoided, and the prescribed physical distance between viewers and between the audience and the stage / orchestra shall be maintained, while special protocols are in place for the cleaning, disinfection, air-conditioning and ventilation system of all areas of the GNO at the SNFCC.
Greek National Opera - Stavros Niarchos Hall
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center
Starts at: 19.30 (Sundays: 18.30) |
In the context of the preventive measures against the spread of the coronavirus, the Greek National Opera announces the suspension of the performance of Don Giovanni
The production is made possible by a grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) [www.SNF.org] to enhance the Greek National Opera’s artistic outreach
The new production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni is a great international co-production of the Greek National Opera with two major North-European opera houses, the Göteborg Opera and the Royal Danish Opera. The direction bears the stamp of distinguished director and artistic director of the Royal Danish Opera, John Fulljames. The production, after its Athens premiere in December 2020, will be presented in Göteborg and Copenhagen.
Fulljames sets the opera’s action in a modern hotel, a microcosm of a city, a meeting place, where the private becomes public and the time of stay is limited.
As the director notes, “Don Giovanni is an enduring opera because it has so many aspects; there is broad humour and great theatrical set pieces, all in a dark thriller about a seducer who must be stopped. It is about how we live together in society and, as ever with opera, about how we face death. The climax is the long-awaited death of Don Giovanni himself as he chooses death, hell even, over denying who he is. His death is an expression of order reasserting itself over the unrestrained liberty he represents.” In Don Giovanni –one of the milestones of the operatic repertoire– Mozart portrays through his music all the aspects of the trajectory of a man who fights with God and takes his fate into his own hands.
The main roles are performed by distinguished soloists, such as Tassis Christoyannis, Dionysios Sourbis, Vassiliki Karayanni, Yannis Christopoulos, Vassilis Kavayas, Tassos Apostolou, Haris Andrianos, Petros Magoulas, Alexandros Stavrakakis, Anna Stylianaki, Artemis Bogri, etc. Daniel Smith conducts.