Salomé de Strauss

Lydia Steier (puesta en escena), Simone Young (directora) — Con Elza van den Heever (Salomé), John Daszak (Herodes), Karita Mattila (Herodias), Iain Paterson (Jochanaan)...

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Lydia Steier — Directora de escena

Momme Hinrichs — Escenógrafo, Videasta

Andy Besuch — Diseñador de vestuario

Olaf Freese — Iluminador

Maurice Lenhard — Dramaturgo

Elza van den Heever — Salomé

John Daszak — Herodes

Karita Mattila — Herodias

Iain Paterson — Jochanaan

Tansel Akzeybek — Narraboth

Katharina Magiera — Page der Herodias

Matthäus Schmidlechner — Erster Jude

Éric Huchet — Zweiter Jude

Maciej Kwaśnikowski — Dritter Jude

Mathias Vidal — Vierter Jude

Sava Vemić — Fünfter Jude

Luke Stoker — Erster Nazarener

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Certain scenes contain content of a violent or sexual nature that some viewers may find objectionable.

The first performance of Richard Strauss's Salome, which took place in 1905 in Dresden, was a thunderous triumph despite the many difficulties involved in bringing the work to the stage. The provocative lyric drama, based on the play by Oscar Wilde, met with 38 curtain calls by the enraptured audience, firmly establishing Strauss's genius as an operatic composer and innovator.

In this intense, defiantly modern masterpiece, the orchestra brings out all the vivid and mordant colors in Strauss's score, and the title role is an staggering tour de force of expressivity. Conductor Simone Young brings Strauss's music to life in this new production by the Paris Opera, staged by Lydia Steier with an extraordinary cast centered around star soprano Elza van den Heever in the role of Salome.

Photo © Agathe Poupeney / OnP

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