BalletAndOpera.com  St. Petersburg City, Russia - ballet, opera, concert and show tickets.

OperaAndBallet.com home page
   VIEW CART  |   CHANGE CURRENCY  |  Your Account  |  HELP  |  
Toll Free (888) 885 7909
OperaAndBallet.com / BolshoiMoscow.com. Moscow, Russia - ballet, opera, concert and show tickets.
SCHEDULE
NEWS
FESTIVALS
Bolshoi
SEE MORE
STAGES
We accept Amex, Visa, MasterCard, JCB, Diner
   SEE MARIINSKY TICKETS
(ST. PETERSBURG)
Dance Inversion
Hello. Returning customer? Sign in. New customer? Start here
12 July 2019 (Fri), 19:00 Chamber Stage Boris Pokrovsky Theatre on Nikolskaya Street - Opera Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov "Servilia" Opera in five acts


Schedule for Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov "Servilia" Opera in five acts 2019/2020

Tenor: Borislav Molchanov
Conductor: Dmitry Kryukov
Bass: David Tselauri
Soprano: Marianna Asvoynova

Composer: Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Opera in 5 acts

Performed in Russian

Premiere of this production: 15 April 2016, Chamber Stage of Bolshoi Ballet and Opera theatre, Moscow, Russia

Libretto by the composer based on the drama by Lev Mey 

 

Music Director: Gennady Rozhdestvensky 

Stage Director: Olga Ivanova 

Designer: Viktor Gerasimenko 

Chorus Master: Alexey Vereshchagin 

Choreographer: Alexey Ishchuk 

Lighting Designer: Aivar Salikhov 

Children’s Choir Master: Elena Ozerova 




Synopsis

Servilia, daughter of the senator Soranus, is desired by her father to contract an alliance with Trasea, but the latter, hearing of her preference for his adopted son Valerius, withdraws his suit. Egnatius, the freedman of Soranus, being enamoured of Servilia, conspires against his master and Trasea, and intimates to Servilia that her submission alone will secure their safety. Valerius has mysteriously disappeared, and Servilia, becoming a convert to Christianity, renounces the World. Called before the tribunal, Trasea and Soranus are sentenced to banishment, while Servilia is awarded to Egnatius. Valerius now returns, bearing a proclamation from Nero that the tribunal is dissolved. The sudden reappearance of her lover causes Servilia's death, and Valerius is only prevented from destroying himself by the intervention of his foster-father. Egnatius, in his woe, invokes the Divine Being, and the rest join him in acclaiming the Christian God.






Schedule for Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov "Servilia" Opera in five acts 2019/2020


Feedback
If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us.
Is there any other feedback you would like to provide? Click here
HELP SECTION. Your remarks and offers send to the address: info@OperaAndBallet.com
© Ballet and Opera Ltd, 1995-2018
Select preferred currency:

BAO   ED   SHRT   LINK   LND   INFO