Polish National Opera Teatr Wielki Warsaw announces Season 23/24:
The season begins with a showcase of its spectacular choir and soloists celebrating the 55th anniversary of the reconstruction of the opera. Concert program titled "Chorus opera" features soloist tenor Tadeusz Szlenkier under baton of Patrick Fournillier.
Baritone Stanislav Kuflyuk will sing in the world premiere of "Ślepy tor," an opera by Krzysztof Meyer and Antoni Libera this October.
Late October sets the stage for Mozart's "Die Zauberflöte," conducted by Maestro Dawid Runtz. Soprano Gabriela Legun will grace the role of Pamina, while baritone Hubert Zapiór brings the character of Papageno to life.
In November, Teatr Wielki presents Puccini's beloved classic, "Madama Butterfly." Bass-baritone Łukasz Goliński stars as Sharpless.
December unfolds with a spectacular performance of Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana," with Soprano Aleksandra Olczyk and baritone Adam Kutny.
The grandeur continues with Verdi's "Aida." The exceptional cast includes Ewa Płonka and Oksana Nosatova sharing the role of Aida, Agnieszka Rehlis reprising the role of Amneris, baritone Simon Mechlinski as Amonasro and Volodymyr Tyshkov in the role of The King of Egypt.
In January, Cherubini's "Médée" starts. Bass Rafał Siwek takes on the role of King Créon, while tenor Airam Hernández sings Jason.
Verdi's immortal classic, "La Traviata," graces the stage in February with Soprano Aleksandra Olczyk, tenor Tadeusz Szlenkier, and bass-baritone Łukasz Goliński as Violetta Valéry, Alfredo Germont, and Giorgio Germont.
Mozart's "Così fan tutte" takes on stage in March. Baritone Hubert Zapiór and bass-baritone Artur Janda, take the roles of Guglielmo and Don Alfonso, respectively.
The season draws to a close with Puccini's timeless classic, "La bohème." Tenor Long Long, takes on the role of Rodolfo, while baritone Simon Mechlinski brings Marcello to life.
Throughout the season, the esteemed Maestro Patrick Fournillier, the music director of the Polish National Opera Teatr Wielki, will orchestrate a multitude of events.