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Carmina Burana
January 13, 2010    wersja polska »
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The Silesian Opera is putting on Carl Orff's Carmina Burana at Warsaw's Kongresowa Hall Jan. 22.

The original Carmina Burana was a 13th-century collection of secular songs and poems, mostly about love. Carl Orff (1895-1982) made the text the basis for his Carmina Burana (1936), a scenic cantata for orchestra, choir and solo voices. The reprise of "O Fortuna," the choral section that closes the work, is the most recognizable fragment.

Robert Skolmowski's production involves a cast of just under 200, including an orchestra, choir, boys' choir, ballet troupe, and several solo singers. The Henryk Tomaszewski Pantomime Theater dancers are coming up from Wroc³aw. Extras include a mountaineering group, a judo club and several breakdancers.
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Kongresowa Hall, 1 Defilad Sq., Warsaw
Jan. 22, 7 p.m.
Tickets (zl.30, zl.50, zl.80, zl.100, zl.120)
can be purchased from the Kongresowa Hall booking office (cash only and no reservations) or online at www.ticketonline.pl

For more information, go to www.kongresowa.pl
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