THAMOS, KING OF EGYPTE - Laurence Equilbey, conductor
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THAMOS, KING OF EGYPTE

Program

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Litanies du vénérable autel KV.243
Thamos, King of Egypt

Lovers of The Magic Flute are sure to adore the incidental music to Thamos penned by Mozart at the age of just 17, and already containing the same Egyptian setting, Masonic symbols, reason triumphing over obscurantism, high priest, young prince and evil woman. With this work by the young Mozart, accentus continues its exploration of the whole of the composer’s music output. Featuring the magnificent soprano Sandrine Piau.

1h50 with interval

Cast

Sandrine Piau soprano (photo)
Aline Martin alto
Reinoud Van Mechelen tenor
Andreas Wolf baritone
accentus
Insula orchestra
Christophe Grapperon choirmaster
Laurence Equilbey conductor
Yannis Kokkos, visual creation
Guillaume Carreau, live drawing
Yohann Olivier, handling
Emmanuel Larue, video

Performances

  • Jun
    12

    20h - Paris, Opéra Comique
  • Jun
    25

    20h30 - Île Seguin, La Seine Musicale
  • Jun
    26

    20h30 - Île Seguin, La Seine Musicale
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