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New National Theatre, Tokyo Opera for High School Students 2021

Don Pasquale

2021.10.26 (TUE) – 10.27 (WED)

Music Main Hall
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    2019 年新国立劇場公演より/撮影:寺司正彦

  • Don Pasquale

    2019 年新国立劇場公演より/撮影:寺司正彦

Ever since ROHM Theatre Kyoto opened, the Opera for High School Students series has staged such productions as The Marriage of Figaro, Madama Butterfly, and The Magic Flute. This year’s performances are the first of Don Pasquale by Gaetano Donizetti. Originally staged at the New National Theatre, Tokyo in 2019, this production enjoyed a strong critical response for its sensitivity to subtlety of expression and effective development while remaining committed to an orthodox approach that fully conveyed the quintessential joy of opera. Unfolding to a charming, lively musical score, this comic opera tells of how the schemes of the wealthy, old Don Pasquale are frustrated by his nephew Ernesto’s lover, Norina, and Dr. Malatesta.

Information

2021.10.26 (TUE) – 10.27 (WED)

13:00

Venue : Main Hall

About

Don Pasquale by Gaetano Donizetti
Full three-act version
Performed in Italian with Japanese surtitles

Conductor: Tetsuro Ban
Director: Stefano Vizioli
Orchestra: City of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra
Chorus: New National Theatre Chorus

Don Pasquale: Masumi Kubota
Malatesta: Kenji Moriguchi
Ernesto: Ryoichi Nakai
Norina: Kanae Kushima
And others

Contact

ROHM Theatre Kyoto TEL:075-771-6051

Tickets

Ticket Prices

Reserved seating
High School and Under: ¥2,200 / General: ¥4,400
Ticket priority to high school students (only available to the general public if tickets are unsold)

Tickets Available from

  • ROHM Theatre Kyoto Online Tickets
  • ROHM Theatre Kyoto Box Office[TEL.075-746-3201 (everyday 10:00-19:00)]
  • Kyoto Concert Hall Box Office[TEL.075-711-3231 (10:00~17:00 closed on 1st and 3rd Mondays, and the following Tuesday in case 1st or 3rd Monday is a national holiday) ]

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