MUNICH 〓 Bavarian State Opera has announced its performance lineup for its new 2022/2023 season

2022/05/08

The Bavarian State Opera, based in Munich, Germany, has announced its performance lineup for its new 2022/2023 season.

The new productions include the following 10 works, of which Brett Dean’s “Hamlet” and Handel’s “Semele” will appear at the Munich Opera Festival in summer.

The State Opera also announced the creation this year of “Yes, May.”

The festival dedicated to the dialogue between late 16th-century music theater and contemporary music theater; in its second year, next May will feature Toshio Hosokawa’s “Hanjo” and “Matsukaze” and Monteverdi’s “Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria.”

Oct. 26, 2022-July 17, 2023
Mozart “Così fan tutte”
[PRODUCTION]Benedict Andrews
[CONDUCTOR]Vladimir Jurowski
[CAST]Louise Alder / Avery Amereau / Konstantin Krimmel / Sebastian Kohlhepp / Sandrine Piau / Christian Gerhaher

Dec. 3, 2022-July 19, 2023
Wagner “Lohengrin”
[PRODUCTION]Kornél Mundruczo
[CONDUCTOR]François-Xavier Roth
[CAST]Mika Kares / Klaus Florian Vogt / Marlis Petersen / Johan Reuter / Anja Kampe / Andrè Schuen / Liam Bonthrone

Jan. 29-July 22, 2023
Purcell “Dido and Aeneas”
Schönberg “Erwartung”

[PRODUCTION]Krzysztof Warlikowski
[CONDUCTOR]Andrew Manze
[CAST]Ausrine Stundyte / Günter Papendell / Victoria Randem / Key’mon Murrah / Elmira Karakhanova

March 5-July 7, 2023
Prokofiev “War and Peace”
[PRODUCTION]Dimitri Tcherniakov
[CONDUCTOR]Vladimir Jurowski
[CAST]Andrei Zhilikhovsky / Olga Kulchynska / Alexandra Yangel / Kevin Conners / Alexander Fedin / Violeta Urmana / Eric Cutler / Emily Sierra / Sergei Leiferkus / Maxim Paster

May 5-14, 2023
Hosokawa “Hanjo”
[PRODUCTION]Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui
[CONDUCTOR]Lothar Koenigs
[CAST]Sarah Aristidou / Charlotte Hellekant / Konstantin Krimmel

May 6-14, 2023
Hosokawa “Matsukaze”
[PRODUCTION]Lotte van den Berg
[CONDUCTOR]Johannes Debus
[CAST]Emily Pogorelc / Anaïk Morel / Martin Snell / Tom Erik Lie

May 7-18, 2023
Monteverdi “Il ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria”
[PRODUCTION]Christopher Rüping
[CONDUCTOR]Christopher Moulds

May 15-July 30, 2023
Verdi “Aida”
[PRODUCTION]Damiano Michieletto
[CONDUCTOR]Daniele Rustioni
[CAST]Anita Rachvelishvili / Elena Stikhina / Brian Jagde / Alexander Köpeczi / Luca Salsi

June 26-July 12, 2023
Brett Dean “Hamlet”
[PRODUCTION]Neil Armfield
[CONDUCTOR]Vladimir Jurowski
[CAST]Allan Clayton / Caroline Wettergreen / Rod Gilfry / Sophie Koch / Charles Workman / Jacques Imbrailo / John Tomlinson

July 15-25, 2023
Handel “Semele”
[PRODUCTION]Claus Guth
[CONDUCTOR]Stefano Montanaro
[CAST]Brenda Rae / Michael Spyres / Jonas Hacker / Jakub Józef Orlinski / Emily D’Angelo / Philippe Sly / Delphine Galou / Jessica Niles / Philippe Sly

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