DON GIOVANNI / PROGRAMME / Palais Garnier / Juin 2019

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For his second collaboration with Da Ponte, Mozart was to mark the history of opera with this Don Giovanni who conquers and subdues women, with the bestiality and coldness of a predator ferreting out his prey. Power is at the heart of Ivo van Hove's theater. For this lover of Shakespeare, the stage is the place where contradictory forces must coexist, even if it means plunging the spectator into doubt by depriving him of his reassuring certainties. The director revisits the myth of the seducer that has haunted European culture for centuries and turns him into a cruel, manipulative character who disrupts the social order.

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Directed by Ivo van Hove
Choreography Isabelle Horovitz
Dramaturgy Jan Vandenhouwe
Sets Jan Versweyveld
Costumes An D'Huys
Lighting Jan Versweyveld
Video Christopher Ash

Musical Direction Philippe Jordan and Guillermo Garcia Calvo
National Opera Orchestra of Paris
Chorus Master Alessandro Di Stefano
Chorus National Opera of Paris