The Bucharest National Opera concludes the Centenary Season with a reference event that will take place from June 24, 2022, until July 2.
Bucharest Opera Festival is the first festival that invites in the capital all institutions with national opera rank in Romania subordinated to the Ministry of Culture (Romanian National Opera Cluj-Napoca, National Opera and Ballet Theater „Oleg Danovski” in Constanta, Romanian National Opera Iasi, Opera Timisoara National Theater, the Hungarian Opera in Cluj-Napoca and the National Opera and Musical Theater „Ion Dacian”), which are joined by the Romanian Opera Craiova and the National Opera and Ballet Theater „Maria Biesu” in Chisinau.
The Bucharest Opera Festival will take place on the stage of the Bucharest National Opera. The organizers hope that it will become an annual event, giving the public in Bucharest the opportunity to see performances from all national institutions under the Ministry of Culture, which will be joined as guests this time by the Romanian Opera Craiova and the National Opera and Ballet Theater „Maria Biesu” in Chisinau.
The audience is expected, at the end of the centenary season, with a deployment of forces that will include nine opera, operetta and ballet performances scheduled on nine consecutive evenings, bringing to the fore nine orchestras, seven mixed choirs, one children’s choir, two companies ballet, dozens of soloists and top conductors of the current music scene, a total of almost 1500 musicians, dancers and artistic and technical staff present on stage, in the pit and behind the scenes for an unprecedented artistic royal. Bucharest Opera Festival will open on Friday, June 24, with the show „Don Giovanni” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, directed by Andrei Șerban, a production of the Bucharest National Opera, directed by Tiberiu Soare.
If you are interested in a beautiful evening at the national opera while in Bucharest, find tickets on the official website of the Bucharest National Opera.