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The Kielce Dance Theatre is making the last preparations for the premiere of La Traviata at the 2014 Israeli Opera Festival, at the foot of Mt. Masada. Apart from the Kielce-based company, the opera, directed by Michał Znaniecki, will feature the Israeli Opera Chorus lead by Ethan Schmeisser, the Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion, and soloists: Elena Mosuc, Aurelia Florian, Celso Albelo, Jean-Frarcois Borras, Ionut Pascu, Guy Mannheim, Noah Briger, Samuel De Beck Spitzer, Carlo Striuli, Shiri Hershkovitz, Mark Sheimer, Anatoli Krasik, and Sorin Semilian.

 

The Polish artists have spent the last few days rehearsing on the open-air stage at the foot of Masada, an ancient fortification on the eastern edge of the Judaean Desert, overlooking the Dead Sea. La Traviata will be performed on 12, 14, 16, and 17 June 2014 at 9:30pm.

 

Libretto: Francesco Maria Piave
Conductor: Daniel Oren
Director: Michał Znaniecki
Set designer: Luigi Scoglio
Costume designer: Joanna Medyńska
Lighting and video designer: Bogumił Palewicz
Choreography: Elżbieta Szlufik-Pańtak , Grzegorz Pańtak 

Soloists: Elena Mosuc, Aurelia Florian (Violetta), Celso Albelo, Jean-Frarcois Borras (Alfredo), Ionut Pascu (Germont), Guy Mannheim (Gaston), Noah Briger (Barone Douphole), Samuel De Beck Spitzer (Marchese D?Obigny), Carlo Striuli (Dottore Grenvil), Shiri Hershkovitz (Anina), Mark Sheimer (Giuseppe), Anatoli Krasik (Messenger), Sorin Semilian (Party Guest).
Israeli Opera Chorus lead by Ethan Schmeisser

Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion

Kielce Dance Theatre: Joanna Dziwisz, Gracja Górniak, Alicja Horwath-Maksymow, Barbara Karol, Ewa Kocka, Ewelina Kubot-Łącka, Anna Kuc, Monika Kuc-Piechota, Joanna Polowczyk, Sara Sobieraj, Aleksandra Zatorska, Małgorzata Ziółkowska, Radomir Bachar, Dariusz Bujnowski, Krzysztof Dziarmaga, Piotr Górski, Fabian Fejdasz, Jerzy Kaźmierczak, Dawid Kwarciany, Jan Madej, Łukasz Oskar Michalak, Grzegorz Pańtak, Mateusz Pietrzak, Aurimas Sibirskas, Tomasz Słomka, Hubert Stachura, Jan Szahidewicz, Bartosz Wójcik, Zbigniew Zasada, Kamil Zdańkowski

 

The Masada Festival is a leading event among the world?s open-air opera festivals set in historical and archeological sites.

 

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