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opera György Kurtág's Fin de partie [Endgame] Pierre Audi (stage director), Markus Stenz (conductor) — With Frode Olsen (Hamm), Leigh Melrose (Clov), Leonardo Cortellazzi (Nagg), Hilary Summers (Nell)

Pierre Audi (stage director), Markus Stenz (conductor) — With Frode Olsen (Hamm), Leigh Melrose (Clov), Leonardo Cortellazzi (Nagg), Hilary Summers (Nell)

György Kurtág's Fin de partie [Endgame] Pierre Audi (stage director), Markus Stenz (conductor) — With Frode Olsen (Hamm), Leigh Melrose (Clov), Leonardo Cortellazzi (Nagg), Hilary Summers (Nell)

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Can you imagine the thrill of seeing—for the first time—a newly composed opera in your own time? For every opera that is now a household name, a lucky audience was there at the premiere to witness the very first of thousands of performances. Today you can experience that feeling of discovery at Milan's hallowed La Scala, with the world premiere of a challenging and surprising opera that took the composer eight years to complete: Hungarian composer György Kurtág's Fin de partie.

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Cast

  • Pierre Audi | Stage director
  • Christof Hetzer | Set designer, Costumes
  • Urs Schönebaum | Lighting
  • Frode Olsen | Hamm
  • Leigh Melrose | Clov
  • Leonardo Cortellazzi | Nagg
  • Hilary Summers | Nell
  • Orchestra del Teatro Alla Scala
  • Markus Stenz | Conductor

Program

  • György Kurtág, Fin de partie
    • Prologue I
    • Clov’s pantomime
    • 1. Clov’s first monologue
    • 2. Hamm’s first monologue
    • 3. Dustbin
    • 4. Novel
    • 5. Nagg’s monologue
    • 6. Hamm’s second to last monologue
    • 7. Hamm and Clov’s dialogue
    • 8. ‘C’est fini, Clov’ and Clov’s vaudeville
    • 9. Clov’s last monologue
    • 10. Transition to the Finale
    • 11. Hamm’s last monologue
    • 12. Epilogue

Details

  • Directed by:
    • Arnalda Canali
  • Venue: Teatro alla Scala (Milan, Italy)
  • Production date: 2018
  • Duration: 2 h 12 min
  • Production: © RAI / Teatro alla Scala
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