Gálaműsor az Eiffel Műhelyházban
A long and rocky path led from January 2013 to October 2021, when the Opera’s enormous and very important new facilities were officially handed over. Due to the delays in construction and the 2020/2021 coronavirus epidemic, the inauguration of the largest public building in Hungary allowed us an ideal prologue: a long and unhurried test run and a gradual taking possession of the rooms, as the Opera started moving into the building in 2019. The official opening ceremony involving all of the Institution’s artistic companies will be the first large celebration in Hungarian opera culture in Reopening Season, and what is more it takes place on the eve of World Opera Day, followed by the re-inauguration of the Opera House in the spring.
Conductors » Balázs Kocsár, principal music director, Gergely Kesselyák principal conductor
Director » András Almási-Tóth, artistic director, Orsolya Magyar
Soloists of La bohème 2.0 » Orsolya Sáfár, Rita Rácz, Gergely Boncsér, Csaba Sándor, Zsolt Haja, Marcell Bakonyi
Soloists of Te Deum of Buda Castle » Erika Miklósa,Lúcia Megyesi-Schwartz, Gergely Boncsér, András Palerdi
Featuring the Hungarian National Ballet, the Hungarian National Ballet Institute, the Hungarian State Opera Orchestra, Chorus, and Children's Chorus.