We kindly inform our audience that the premiere of Philip Glass: Les Enfants Terribles (The Holy Terrors) has been rescheduled from 30 October to 21 November, 7pm. The world premiere of János Vajda: The Imaginary Invalid, or, The Cabal of Hypocrites has also been rescheduled from 24 October to 30 October, 8 pm. The tickets already purchased are valid for the new dates, or may be redeemed at festival’s website until the performances begin.
The premiere of Julian Philips: The Yellow Sofa has been rescheduled from 18 October to 5 November, 7 pm. The tickets already purchased are valid for the performance on 5 November, or may be redeemed at festival’s website until the performance begins.
Thank you for your understanding!
Julian Philips: The Yellow Sofa – Hungarian premiere
The Welsh Julian Philips (1969) is an opera composer through and through, with ten staged works under his belt. As the first resident composer of Glyndebourne Opera between 2006–2009, he was commissioned to write two chamber operas: Followers, with a libretto by Simon Christmas, and The Yellow Sofa, with words by Edward Kemp, were both premiered at the famed opera festival, the latter in 2009. In 2012 a revived version of the production was toured nationally, and was presented even at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. The performances met with great interest, and were widely reviewed in the British press.
The Yellow Sofa is set in Lisbon, in the late 19th century. Godofredo Alves has a small but prosperous business. The soft cushions of the yellow sofa (called Amarela in the opera, and sung by a mezzo-soprano) he had bought for his wife, Ludovina, had been witness to a lot of things. One day, Godofredo’s business partner, Machado stops work earlier than usual, and encourages him too to get out and have some fun. Godofredo takes up his advice, and leaves, but then remembers it is their wedding anniversary, and hurries home, only to find Ludovina and Machado in a compromising position upon the yellow sofa.
Chamber opera in one act in English with Hungarian surtitles.
A legtöbb weboldalhoz hasonlóan a CAFe Budapest Kortárs Művészeti Fesztivál honlapja is sütiket, valamint különböző kódokat használ a megfelelő működés, elemzések készítése, valamint az Ön számára releváns, személyre szabott ajánlatok összeállítása érdekében. Ezek használatát az „ELFOGADOM” gomb megnyomásával jóváhagyja. A sütik és kódok használatának tiltását itt teheti meg.
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