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Norma – Making-of (1)

Talk with director Peter Konwitschny

First performed in Milan in 1831, »Norma« is the most famous opera by Italian composer Vincenzo Bellini. In his new Dresden production, stage director Peter Konwitschny exposes the political core of this story of a woman who shakes the very foundations of her state. Konwitschny places the question of whether a woman can remain a woman, but at the same time hold a political function, at the center of his conception.

Premiere 2. October 2021

Norma

Vincenzo Bellini

Info
  • 7 pm – 9.45 pm
  • One intermission after 80 minutes

  • Venue:  Semperoper Dresden

  • Free introductory talk
  • held in the Semper Opera House cellar 45 minutes before curtain-up

  • Guided tour through the Semperoper
    Info
    • 7 pm – 9.45 pm
    • One intermission after 80 minutes

    • Venue:  Semperoper Dresden

    • Free introductory talk
    • held in the Semper Opera House cellar 45 minutes before curtain-up

    • Guided tour through the Semperoper
      Info
      • 7 pm – 9.45 pm
      • One intermission after 80 minutes

      • Venue:  Semperoper Dresden

      • Free introductory talk
      • held in the Semper Opera House cellar 45 minutes before curtain-up

      • Guided tour through the Semperoper
        Info
        • 7 pm – 9.45 pm
        • One intermission after 80 minutes

        • Venue:  Semperoper Dresden

        • Free introductory talk
        • held in the Semper Opera House cellar 45 minutes before curtain-up

        • Guided tour through the Semperoper
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