Maria Biesu

March, 7

The Sleeping Beauty
ballet in three acts

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March, 17

la Sylphide
Balet în two acts

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March, 24

La Traviata
opera in four acts

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March, 31

Coppelia
ballet in three acts

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The Sleeping Beauty

The action of the opera begins with Angelotti, a political prisoner, who seeks refuge in a church, where he is protected by Cavaradossi, a local painter, who is also the lover of the famous singer, Floria Tosca. The young painter behaves suspiciously while protecting his friend, and Tosca believes that he is cheating on her. The police chief, Baron Scarpia, plays with Floria Tosca's jealousy to locate the two men, whom he soon captures. Angelotti prefers to end his days rather than be imprisoned, and Tosca desperately begs Scarpia to spare Cavaradossi's life, the price being herself. Having obtained the certainty that he saved his lover from death, he kills Scarpia with a knife and heads to the dungeon to please Cavaradossi. Will the two lovers be able to be together? see more

LA SYLPHIDE

The ballet "La Sylphide" tells the story of a love affair between a human and an airy spirit-sylph. The main character, a young Scottish farmer named James, falls in love with a mysterious sylph that appears before him in the forest. He convinces her to become his wife, but she warns him that if he ever deceives her, she will die. James and the Sylph get married, but an evil sorcerer comes to their wedding and desires to separate them. He steals the sylph from James's arms, and in trying to get her back, James breaks her warning and accidentally kills her. see more

La Traviata

Giuseppe Verdi's legendary opera tells a story about love and hate, life and death, innocence and sin. The performance is built on these contradictions, as well as the face of the main heroine - Violeta Valerie. The action that takes place on stage, however, seems to constantly try to challenge the name of the work: "La traviata", which in Italian must be "fallen, sinful". With her body crushed by an incurable disease, the courtesan tends towards a pure and bright love. The simplicity and sincerity that pervade the music of the Italian composer, make us approach it with love and open our souls to distinguish how they cried and how deeply human characters, realistically outlined rejoiced. The authenticity of their feelings is compelling. "Traviata" remains one of the most sung and acclaimed works in the history of universal music. see more

Coppelia

For Franz's wedding to the young Swanilda, the banker Hoffmann, one of the wealthiest men in the world, places a very special order with the inventor Coppélius. He wants to host an unforgettable party for the guests at his son's wedding, so he asks the famous inventor for an extraordinary contraption: a mechanical doll capable of seducing any man in the world. Working day and night, Coppélius manages to fulfill his request but falls victim to his own creation, obsessively falling in love with his invention, which he names "Coppélia." Coppélius wants to keep the beautiful doll for himself and doesn't reveal the secret to anyone, which is that the sacrifice of a human life can bring Coppelia to life. Who will emerge victorious from this conflict: love for life or love for creation? see more

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