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05. Dec

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New Scenes – Burnings at the Stake

Three works of musical theatre on a common theme by Sara Glojnarić, Sergey Kim and Lorenzo Troiani
Thu 11.11.2021 - 20:00 h
Prices: € 20,00 / concs.* € 10,00

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"Kein Mythos - No Myth"
A chamber opera by Sara Glojnarić with a libretto by Dorian Brunz

"Die Haut - Skin"
A chamber opera by Lorenzo Troiani with a libretto by Lea Mantel

"unser Vater | Vater unser - our father | Our Father"
A chamber opera by Sergey Kim with a libretto by Peter Neugschwentner

First performed on 6 November 2021 at the Tischlerei Deutsche Oper Berlin
Commissioned work of Deutsche Oper Berlin and Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin

FSK notice: From 18 years

In German language

approx. 90 minutes / no interval

Cast

Conductor

Manuel Nawri

Set desgin, Costume design

Âmir Baltic

Head of Studies

Peter Meiser

Musical rehearsal

Martin Schneuing

Dramaturgy

Sebastian Hanusa

Composer "Kein Mythos"

Sara Glojnaric

Libretto "Kein Mythos"

Dorian Brunz

Staging "Kein Mythos"

Nora Krahl

Video „Kein Mythos“

Brian Andrew Hose

Dramaturgy „Kein Mythos“

Marlene Schleicher

Karin „Kein Mythos“

Clara Maria Kastenholz

Hannah „Kein Mythos“

Constanze Jader

Composer "Haut"

Lorenzo Troiani

Libretto "Haut"

Lea Mantel

Dramaturgy „Haut“

Giulia Fornasier

She (Solo soprano) "Haut"

Sonja Isabel Reuter

Soprano (Quartet) "Haut"

Yael Gil

Mezzosoprano (Quartet) "Haut"

Raquel Alves

Tenor (Quartet) "Haut"

Mert Üstay

Baritone (Quartet) "Haut"

Anton Belyaev

Composer: "unser Vater | Vater unser"

Sergey Kim

Libretto: "unser Vater | Vater unser"

Peter Neugschwentner

Staging: "unser Vater | Vater unser"

Ana Cuéllar Velasco

Video „unser Vater | Vater unser“

Brian Andrew Hose

Dramturge „unser Vater | Vater unser“

Giulia Fornasier

Lucinde „unser Vater | Vater unser“

Felicia Brembeck

Samuela "unser Vater | Vater unser"

Liudmila Maytak

Father "unser Vater | Vater unser"

Daesoon Kim

About the performance

Witch hunting was the great sin of the Early Modern period, with heretics being burned alive the length and breadth of Europe. At a time when the orthodox world view was under attack and cultural and religious assumptions were in crisis people found guilty of having consorted with the devil, predominantly women, were put to death in the most brutal manner. Although these events were part of a bygone age, even today women are enduring similar, if less drastic, persecution when their deviation from a supposed normality is used to justify social marginalisation and sanctions.

The three NEW SCENES premieres portray in markedly different ways women who either become “witches” or are shunned on that pretext. KEIN MYTHOS [No Myth] depicts a lesbian affair in the final months of the GDR. Two girls are discovered by the mother of Karin, a minor at the time, and Hannah receives a jail term. HAUT [Skin] is about a woman who emancipates herself from male desires, projections and mental images of female bodies by casting off her skin in a literal sense – at least this is how she experiences the process at an internal level. And UNSER VATER | VATER UNSER [Our father | our Father] presents two young women who enlist Satan’s help in escaping the repressive system of their father, whom they murder.

Three young librettists teamed up with the three composers, who were selected as the winners of a competition held in the summer of 2019 and whose three chamber operas mark the resumption of the NEW SCENES project, a collaboration between the Deutsche Oper Berlin and the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin. This is the fifth edition of a project devoted to modern-day musical theatre that sets out to demonstrate the continuing relevance of the genre. Students of singing, instrumentation and theatre direction at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin are given an opportunity to show off their talents as part of a professional musical-theatre production in the Tischlerei of the Deutsche Oper Berlin.

Our thanks to our partners

A collaboration between the Deutsche Oper Berlin and the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin

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