Die Fledermaus in Tokyo

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Music by Johann STRAUSS II
Opera in 3 acts
Sung in German with Japanese surtitles
Opera Palace

January 29, February 1,4,8  2:00 PM
February 6,  7:00 PM

die fledermaus

Johann STRAUSS II, the “Waltz King”, composed this crowning work of the operetta genre, Die Fledermaus. The stage production is by Heinz ZEDNIK, a renowned tenor who also holds the title of Kammersänger. His stylish and elegant staging comes from his thorough familiarity with the Viennese temperament and deep understanding of this work.
Adrian ERÖD will sing as Eisenstein. He appeared in the same role at the NNTT in 2011. He will also appear in the title role in Don Giovanni this 2014/2015 season. The other singers are mostly from either the Vienna State Opera or the Vienna Volksoper, making for a cast thoroughly dyed in the Viennese way.

Staff

Alfred ESCHWÉConductor Alfred ESCHWÉ

 

Heinz ZEDNIKProduction Heinz ZEDNIK

 

Scenery & Costume Design Olaf ZOMBECK

Choreographer Maria Luise JASKA

Lighting Design TATSUTA Yuji

Cast

Adrian ERÖDGabriel von Eisenstein Adrian ERÖD

 

 

Alexandra REINPRECHTRosalinde Alexandra REINPRECHT

 

 

Horst LAMNEKFrank Horst LAMNEK

 

 

Manuela LEONHARTSBERGERPrinz Orlofsky Manuela LEONHARTSBERGER

 

 

MURAKAMI KotaAlfred MURAKAMI Kota

 

 

 

Klemens SANDERDr. Falke Klemens SANDER

 

 

Jennifer O'LOUGHLINAdele Jennifer O’LOUGHLIN

 

 

Dr. Blind OKUBO Mitsuya

Frosch Boris EDER

Ida WASHIO Mai

Chorus New National Theatre Chorus

Orchestra Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

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