Opernahus Zurich Announces Reopening Featuring Andrew Moore, Siena Licht Miller & Deniz UzunBy Francisco Salazar
Opernahus Zurich has announced it will reopen to the public on May 1 for a limited audience of 50 people.
Performance Date: May 1, 2021
The theater will reopen with “Walking Mad” featuring Ballett Zürich, Junior Ballett, Ada Pesch, and Naoki Kitaya.
Performance Dates: May 6 & 9, 2021
The Philharmonia Winds will present a concert featuring music by Dvořák and Strauss.
Performance Dates: May 7 & 9, 2021
The Philharmonia Strings will feature soloists Keisuke Okazaki and Anahit Kurtikyan. The program will include music by Bach, Weinberg, and Schubert/Mahler.
Performance Dates: May 8 & 9, 2021
The Philharmonia Brass will feature a program Gabrieli, Broughton, and Ewazen.
Performance Dates: May 8-19, 2021
Lina Dambrauskaité, Yuriy Hadzetskyy, Andrew Moore, Siena Licht Miller, Katia Ledoux, Luca Bernard, Vladyslav Tlushch, Ilya Altukhov, Xiaomeng Zhang, and Fritz Fenne star in Donizetti’s “Viva la Mamma.”Adrian Kelly conducts Mélanie Huber’s production.
Performance Dates: May 13-16, 2021
Stravinsky’s “Die Geschichte vom Soldaten” will be directed by Andreas Homoki.
Performance Dates: May 27 & 30, 2021
Katia Ledoux performs alongside Anna Hauner, Jonathan Allen, and Didier Chevallie in a program entitled Opera goes Pop. The program will include music by Schubert, Alicia Keys, Georges Bizet / Kurt Weill, Elvis Presley / Jean-Paul-Égide Martini, Piazzolla, Edith Piaf, Gluck, Radiohead, Miriam Makeba, Barbara, and Pharrell Williams.
Performance Dates: May 20 & 24, 2021
The ballet will present “Impulse” featuring soloists of the Zurich ensemble.
Performance Dates: May 28 & 30, 2021
Siena Licht Miller, Thomas Erlank, and Andrew Moore perform alongside Matthew Ottenlips in a program entitled Opera goes Musical featuring music by Strauss, Finzi, Schumann, Weill, Sondheim, Leigh, De Villiers, and Herman.
Performance Dates: May 29 & 30, 2021
Deniz Uzun and Yulia Levin perform music by Caccini, Pergolesi, Rodrigo, Ravel, Kodály, and Shostakovich in a program entitled Opera goes Folk.