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Bregenz Festival

Bregenz Festival

Visit the Bregenz Festival and overnight in the Bregenzerwald. This is an ideal combination because Bregenz and the Bregenzerwald are just 30 to 60 minutes by car.

20 July – 21 August 2022

The opera „Madame Butterfly“ from Giacomo Puccini will be staged on the world’s largest lakeside stage from 20 July to 21 August 2022.

The Japanese geisha Cio-Cio-San, called Butterfly, revels in happiness when the American lieutenant Pinkerton marries her. The love culminates in an enchanting duet. It is a clash of worlds and values, because while Pinkerton feels free and marries an American woman back home, Butterfly, who is full of love, hope and longing, waits for his return for three long years – together with their child. Her well-known aria »Un bel dì vedremo« goes right into the heart. When Pinkerton suddenly returns with his American wife, Cio-Cio-San makes an inevitable decision. Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, one of the most played operas today, comes to the Seebühne for the first time with Enrique Mazzola, who was also responsible for the Rigoletto production, conducting. Director Andreas Homoki, who is the artistic director of the Opernhaus Zürich, and his internationally renowned team use Michael Levine’s magical stage set with its subtle landscape paintings to bring Japanese flair to Lake Constance.

Musical director – Enrique Mazzola
Stage director – Andreas Homoki
Stage designer – Michael Levine
Costume designer – Antony McDonald
Lighting designer – Franck Evin
Video designer – Luke Halls
Choreographe – Lucy Burge

Bregenzer Festspielchor | Prague  Philharmonic Choir
Wiener Symphoniker

Bregenzer Festspiele

Bregenzer Festspiele, Platz der Wiener Symphoniker, Bregenz, Österreich

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