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    Boris Godunov

    Modest Petrovitch Mousorgsky

     

            

    Libretto by the composer based on the historic tragedy by Alexander Sergeivich Pushkin and the History of the Russian State by Nikolay Mikahilovich Karamzin

    First Performance: Marinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, January 27, 1874
    First performance at the Israeli Opera: October 23, 1994
    First Performance of this production at the Israeli Opera: December 4, 2006

    Conductor          Vladimir Ponkin
    Director Dmitri Bertman

    Set and Costume
    Designers

    Igor Nezhny
    Tatiana Tulubieva 

    Lighting Designer Damir Ismagilov
    Choreographer Edwald Smirnov

     

    Soloists          

        

    Boris Godunov Alexey Tikhomirov
    Alexander Kiselev
       Andrey Serov
    Feodor Ilia Ilin
    Prince Vassily Ivanovich Shuisky Vadim Zaplechny
    Anatoly Ponomarev
    Andrey Schelkalov Petro Morozov
    Pimen Dmitri Skorikov
    Michael Nikanorov
    Grigory Vassily Efimov
    Dmitri Ponomarev
    Maria Mniszek Ksenia Viaznikova
    Larissa Kostyuk
    Hostess of the Inn Svetlana Rossiyskaya
    Maria Maskhulia
    Missail Vladimir Bolotin
    Rangoni Andrey Vylegzhanin
    Sergei Toptygin
    Varlaam Dmitri Ovchinokov
    Mitiukha Artem Chulkov
    Women Natalia Arkhipova
    Olga Zhilina
      Elizaveta Serysheva

    The Helikon Opera Theatre Choir

    The Helikon Opera Theatre Orchestra

    Surtitles: Israel Ouval
    Sung in Russian
    Surtitles in English and Hebrew

    The tyrant Tsar, Boris Godonov, is the center of this powerful drama depicting one of the darkest moments in Russian history. 

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    Dates

    Thurs 5.12 (20:00), Wed 6.12 (20:00), Thurs 7.12 (20:00), Fri 8.12 (13:00)

    Sat 9.12 (20:00)

    Twoards opening: Sat 9.12 (11:00)

    Before the show back satge tours: Thues 5.12 (19:00), Thurs 7.12 (19:00)


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