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Tannhäuser for children in San Juan, Argentina

The famous opera by Richard Wagner, masterfully adapted by his great-granddaughter for the youngest, arrives on the stage of Teatro del Bicentenario de San Juan on April 11, 12, 13 and 14, under the reggîe of Zsófia Geréb and the baton of Emmanuel Siffert.

 

 

The artists Duilio Smiriglia; Marina Silva; Roman Modzelewsky; Ariel Casalis; Lucas Debevec Mayer; Constanza Diaz Falú and Fernando Lázari accompanied by the Symphonic Orchestra of La FFHA of the UNSJ, under the baton of Emmanuel Siffert; will bring to life the story of this noble gentleman and his friends.

 

This family adaptation of the opera Tannhäuser, was conceived by Katharina Wagner great-granddaughter of the great composer and Markus Latsch. It was staged, recently at the important Festival Bayreuth of Germany, under the direction of Zsófia Geréb who, will be in charge of this revival at Teatro del Bicentenario de San Juan.

With the intention of bringing children and the family closer to the theatrical experience and the work of Wagner, this version of Tannhäuser is only 65 minutes long.

Tannhäuser and his friends playing in a park, experience situations that make them reflect on what is right or wrong, the value of friendship and the consequence of any action in the world of adults.

With music and libretto by Richard Wagner, dialogues translated into Spanish by Guillermo Opitz, this is an integral achievement of Teatro del Bicentenario de San Juan, under the rights of the Bayreuth Festival.

This original staging, leaves your home thanks to the agreement signed between the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of the Government of San Juan and the important German festival. Tannhäuser for children comes from the hand of the German Embassy in Argentina that, proud of its tradition and culture, accompanies this project.

Tannhäuser for children will take place on 11, 12, 13 April at 9:30 p.m. and on Sunday, April 14, at 8:00 p.m. Tickets of $ 250, $ 300 and $ 350, is on sale at the Theater ticket office and through tuentrada.com.

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