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Theatre as exorcism
The theatre adaptation is presented at the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest writers of all times.
The original Slovak play dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Slovak professional theater
The production called Borodáč is a part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the professional theater in Slovakia. Janko Borodáč belongs to the important founding personalities of the Slovak professional theater and is inextricably linked with the establishment of the Slovak National Theater but also with the State Theater in Košice. Turbulent professional as well as personal life is an important look at the history of Slovak theater, politics, thinking about culture, thinking about ethics and aesthetics between 1920 and 1980.
Operetta by renowned composer rediscovered a quarter-century ago
At the peak of his success, the author of the greatest operetta favourites Die Csárdásfürstin and Gräfin Mariza set to work on musically and dramaturgically unconventional piece. We see Charleston and Slowfox competing with Vienna Waltz and Hungarian Czardas, just like characters from old Europe compete with the characters from the new world.
Operný galakoncert venovaný životným jubileám Jaroslava Dvorského a Tatiany Paľovčíkovej - Paládiovej
Opera Štátneho divadla v Košiciach vás srdečne pozýva na operný galakoncert venovaný životným jubileám dvoch významných sólistov Štátneho divadla Košice - sopranistky Tatiany Paľovčíkovej - Paládiovej a tenoristu Jaroslava Dvorského.
An unsentimental story about personal and social experience
The impatience of the heart depicts a thrilling intimate story between lame Edita and her potential suitor, Lieutenant Toni Hofmiller, which takes place at the beginning of the First World War.
Adapted song cycle
In one of the most beautiful theater buildings in Central Europe, in the Historical Building of the Košice State Theater, we prepared a stage performance of Franz Schubert's song cycle "Winterreise" (Winter journey) performed by the world-famous Slovak tenor Pavel Bršlík and pianist Róbert Pechanec.