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The Opera will present the world-famous operetta by Emmerich Kálmán with an exceptional cast
The Opera NDKE will present the world-famous operetta by Emmerich Kálmán Die Csárdásfürstin with an exceptional cast. The guest of the evening, Yvonne Sylva Marica Kálmán, will reminisce about her conversations with her father, Emmerich Kálmán, highlighting the greatest successes of the world-renowned operetta composer and his work, as well as the period of the Jewish family's escape from the Nazis to America and their new life in New York.
Discovering Musical Instruments with Tom and Elo
Two beloved brothers, Tom and Elo, together with children, explore the charm of musical instruments. They discover them together and through interaction with the orchestra players and children, they educate themselves in the field of music. It's an entertaining, educational concert suitable for preschoolers and the primary schools.
Dramatic opera in four acts
Shakespeare's play and Verdi's opera are a dark drama of power, tyranny, violence, the paranoia of rulers, but also of unfulfilled marriage. The transience of power and the injustice of autocracy lead to the decay of society, to the madness of tyrants, and to their downfall.
Gala Concert of the soloists of the Opera NDKE and guests
The Opera of the National Theatre in Košice cordially invites you to an Opera Gala Concert featuring soloists of the Opera NDKE and guests. The ensemble will perform works focused on premieres from the previous and current season.
An epic comedy
Bertolt Brecht's epic comedy from 1940, created based on short stories and the play concept by the Finnish author Hella Wuolijoki.
The Strange Pleasure of Living III.
„Manipulation in general ischaracterized by a strategy in which someone tries to impose an opinion or even an attitude on us without us noticing. Their goal is to influence us to comply with their wishes. People manipulate others because they know that a direct, open request would likely receive a negative reaction or rejection. “(Ondrej Šoth)