MTSM

Carmina Burana

CARMINA BURANA - THE NATIONAL OPERA & BALLET
OF ODESSA UKRAINE

Date

Theatre

Price

Sunday
9 april 2023

Theater aan het Vrijthof

Vrijthof 47, Maastricht

Starting from

€ 55,-

Monday
10 april 2023

Theater Castellum

Rijnplein 1-3, Alphen a/d Rijn

Starting from

€ 47,-

Tuesday
11 april 2023

De Goudse Schouwburg

Boelekade 67, Gouda

Starting from

€ 30,50

Wednesday
12 april 2023

Toon Hermans Theatre

Mgr. Claessensstraat 2, Sittard

Starting from

€ 49,50

Thursday
13 april 2023

Flint Theater

Coninckstraat 60, Amersfoort

Starting from

€ 40,50

Friday
14 april 2023

Stadsschouwburg De Harmonie

Ruiterskwartier 4, Leeuwarden

Starting from

€ 33,50

Sunday
16 april 2023

Luxor Theater

Posthumalaan 1, Rotterdam

Starting from

€ 31,50

Trailer

Flyer

Info

The Odessa Theater and its troupe are the national pride of Ukraine

An original and magical musical spectacle in a new danced, interdisciplinary version. Orff based himself on a collection of rebellious, medieval texts dealing with fate.

About spring, sensual love, drinking and the transience of existence.

This poetic edition from Odessa had its world premiere, an international success, just before the start of the pandemic in February 2020. 

Conductor: Igor Chernetsky.
Choir conductor: Valerii Regrut.
Children's Choir: Pearls of Odessa – Larissa Garbuz.

Press

“Gerard Mosterd”

“Carl Orffs aanstekelijke buitenbeentje”

“New choreographic version of Carl Orff’s ‘Carmina Burana'”

"The great state ensemble of Ukraine from Odessa is coming to Flint"

“Dansen als(of) je leven ervan af hangt”

“Oekraïens staatsensemble uit Odessa komt naar het Luxor met de Carmina Burana”

“Een Oekraïense Carmina Burana met een Amersfoorts tintje, dankzij Gerard Mosterd.”

CARMINA BURANA - THE NATIONAL OPERA & BALLET
OF ODESSA UKRAINE

Odessa Opera
During The War

MTSM

Carmina Buruna 2020

February 28 & 29, 2020

Show

CARMINA BURANA

Date

28-02-2020
29-02-2020

Theatre

Odessa
Oekräine

Tickets

On February 28, 2019, the premiere of Karl Orff's stage cantata “Carmina Burana” was held on the stage of the Odessa Opera House. The participants in the performance were the opera soloists Alina Vorokh (soprano), Oleksandr Prokopovych (tenor), Bohdan Panchenko (baritone); ballet dancers Liliia Ivanova, Polina Kalina, Yelizaveta Matvieieva, Anastasiia Rudnieva, Maryna Stryzhakova, Yuliia Temchenko, Roman Kalin, Kostiantyn Leshchynskyi, Kristian Nikulytsia, Viktor Pelykh, Serhii Tkachuk; choir, theater orchestra, children's choir “Pearls of Odessa” (Larysa Harbuz) as well. Conductor – the chief conductor of the theater Viacheslav Chernukho-Volich.

On February 29, 2019, the second premiere took place. The soprano part was performed by Alina Druhak, the rest of the participants remained the same. The performance was conducted by Ihor Chernetskyi.

Congratulations on the premiere!
Opera Odessa

Information

Music: Carl Orff
Concept / Direction / Choreography / Dramaturgy / Scenography: Gerard Mosterd
Orchestra, choir, ballet and solo singers (150 employees): National Opera & Ballet of Ukraine, Odessa
Alina Vorokh / Alina Druhak (soprano), Oleksandr Prokopovych (tenor), Bohdan Panchenko (baritone)
Dance: Liliia Ivanova, Polina Kalina, Yelizaveta Matvieieva, Anastasiia Rudnieva, Maryna Stryzhakova, Yuliia Temchenko, Roman Kalin, Kostiantyn Leshchynskyi, Kristian Nikulytsia, Viktor Pelykh, Serhii Tkachuk
Conductor: Igor Chernetski / Vyacheslav Chernuho-Volich
Choral Conductor: Valerii Regrut
Children’s choir: Pearls of Odessa – Larissa Garbuz
Assistant choreographer / Repetiteur / Additional co-choreography: Julia Mitomi
Video: Sibe Kokke
Costumes: Nancy Avondts
Light: Vasko Lisic
Decor: Steven Demedts
Co-production: National Opera & Ballet of Ukraine, Odessa, MTSM BV Netherlands, Prima Donna Events Belgium

Trailer

Undoubtedly, “Carmina Burana” will be one of the best performances of the theater’s repertoire.

Culturemeter.od.ua

Gerard Mosterd took on the production and choreography and even from the fragment of the rehearsal it became clear: finally, on stage in Odessa, Orff’s music will be adequately reflected in modern, rather complex and expressive choreography.

Usionline.com

The second production, dedicated to the composer’s 125th anniversary, is not a renewed, but a completely new version. And admittedly, this is more successful than the previous one. Not least, of course, because the director (choreographer and director) Gerard Mosterd did not try to come up with some sort of his own story, but followed the author’s plan, the music, and created a hymn for the ever-changing Lot. Modern choreography, incredible plasticity continue to fascinate the viewer. The director managed to make practical jewels from the performance of the soloists and the corps de ballet.

Viknaodessa