Pevzner Julia, director

Pevzner Julia, director

was born in Russia and immigrated to Israel. She directed La boheme (Puccini) and Yevgeni Onegin (Tchaikovsky) at the Virginia Opera, The Nose (Shostakovich) at Opera Boston, Nabucco (Verdi) at the Greek National Opera, Pique Dame (Tchaikovsky) at the Dallas Opera, Das Rheingold and Die Walküre (Wagner) at the Kirov Opera, Boris Godunov (Mussorgsky) in Houston Grand Opera and San Francisco Opera and other productions. She has also worked as a revival director at leading opera houses such as the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Bolshoi, Paris, Naples, Geneva and others. She directed Mozart and Salieri (Rimsky-Korsakov) and Der Schauspieldirektor (Mozart), at the Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center, the world premiere of Golem 13 (Noam Sheriff) at the the National Opera Theatre, Prague, The Happy Prince (Shohat) and The Inn of Spirits (Zorman) at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Animal Farm (Porat) and other new productions. She has also created poetic music theatre including projects like Letters to Orpheus and Nightingale and Rose at the Fringe Theatre Center, Tel Aviv. At the Israeli Opera she directed the world premiere of Half a Moon Tale (Michael Shenhav) and the community production of L'elisir d'amore (Donizetti). She was a co director with Omri Nitzan of A Journey to the End of the Millennium (Bardanashvili) and Otello (Verdi) and revived the productions of The Little Magic Flute (Mozart) and Tosca (Puccini).

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