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Revived premiere of the ballet fairy tale
Exupéry's Little Prince still surprises today with its purity and gentle understanding of the world in which we live. It serves as a sort of contemporary bible, which, through the perspective of childlike eyes, identifies our flaws and simultaneously offers solutions for dealing with them. In a superficial world, full of uncouthness, destruction of traditions, and senseless wars, it manages to look with love, understanding, and hope.
Based on the tales of Pavel Dobšinský
Inspired by the tales of Pavel Dobšinský, this fairy tale story is narrated by an angel and a devil, representatives of good and evil. They observe and comment on our human actions, offering the audience the opportunity for interaction. At the same time, they are a reflection of the good and evil within us. However, the choices we make are ultimately up to us.
Concert performance for the 200th anniversary of the birth of the great Czech composer
The opera by Bedřich Smetana, which premiered in Prague in 1868, returns to the well-known folk legend in the libretto by the German author Josef Wenzig, inspired by events from the reign of the Czech and Hungarian King Vladislav II Jagiellon (1456-1516) in the libretto by the German author Josef Wenzig. It is a romantic tragedy considered a landmark work in Czech opera heritage.