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Chicago Symphony Orchestra: The Flying Dutchman
Aug 15 2015
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The Flying Dutchman is a historic opera production has been around for well over a century and during that time, it has gone on to impress many millions of people throughout the globe. The play, which is the brainchild of popular German composer Richard Wagner, has been making headlines ever since it was first performed in front of a live audience on the 2nd of January back in the year 1843. Richard Wagner was the conductor for the opera's debut performance and he also composed the music as well as the libretto for this marvelous production. It revolves around the mystery of the mythical pirate ship that shares the opera's name and it was written by Wagner after he had sailed from the city of Riga in Latvia to London in the United Kingdom.
It is an absolutely breath-taking tale and if you have heard about the name of the legendary pirate ship on which it is based, surely you must be curious as to what this opera is all about. Well to find out, you will need to do one very simple task. Do not fret because it is not a lot of work and all you have to do is book The Flying Dutchman tickets for yourself at the earliest possible chance that you get because considering the history and pedigree of this phenomenal production, you would surely lose out on getting your hands on the tickets because they are expected to sell out real fast.
The Flying Dutchman made its debut performance at the historic Semperoper opera house which is located in the city of Dresden in Germany. At the time when it made its debut to the world, it received highly positive reviews from some of the most well known critics of the time. The production was characterized the musical side of Richard Wagner, a side that won him many fans all over the world. The production comprises of three acts, each of which is very well written and detailed. The production features a cast of six main characters as well as other smaller roles. The lead role is that of the captain of The Flying Dutchman who is known by the name The Dutchman. The role was played by Johann Michael Wächter in the original production and it will now be played by the talented Richard Paul Fink. Philip Cokorinos will be bringing to life the role of Daland who is a Norwegian Sea captain. Melissa Citro will be taking on the role of Senta who is the daughter of Daland. John Pickle has been selected for the role of Erik who is a huntsman. The role of Mary, who is Senta's nurse, is going to be played by Suzanne Hendrix and finally, the role of Steuermann, who is one of Daland's steersmen, will be played by Casey Finnigan. This version of this famous opera production is being directed by Bernard Uzan whereas it will be conducted by Ward Holmquist. The theme of this historical production, as portrayed by Richard Wagner himself, is to find redemption in the most impossible of circumstances through love. The music that is involved in this production is described as gloriously romantic by critics who have seen it.
The story of The Flying Dutchman revolves around the captain of the legendary ship who has been cursed for eternity to spend his life at sea. With a curse preventing him to ever set foot on land, he comes across a young girl named Senta. The only thing that can lift the curse from him is if he finds true love. The set that is being prepared to stage this opera is said to be quite magnificent and will only add to the incredible experience. Audiences are promised a full taste of the thrills of the ocean in this incredible tale and the music that will be accompanying the story will be quite magical indeed.
This is the first revival of this historical opera production for the past thirty eight years and given the weight on expectations on the shoulders of all those involved, you can expect it to be worth the money you pay. If you are interested in attending the upcoming performance, ensure that you purchase The Flying Dutchman tickets for yourself today.