LES CONTES D'HOFFMANN Comes to Tokyo This Month

Performances run 15-21 March.

LES CONTES D'HOFFMANN Comes to Tokyo This Month

This is Philippe ARLAUD's production of a whimsical love story. It is Jacques Offenbach's only opera, best known for its "Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour" (known as "Barcarolle"), other highlights including the "Chanson de Kleinzach" sung by Hoffmann, and that ultimate showcase of coloratura soprano singing, the "Les oiseaux dans la charmille" aria sung by Olympia.

This production brings added depth to the work with radiating wit and humour, as well as effective use of fluorescent colours, bringing out the sense of fantasy of the work.

This will be a noteworthy production, featuring Marko LETONJA, General Music Director of the Bremen Philharmonic, as conductor, and Leonardo CAPALBO who has been highly acclaimed for this main role, will make his debut in NNTT. Egils SILINS, well-known for many Bass-Baritone roles, will be playing the four villains.


Ballet Asteras 2023 Comes to Tokyo This Summer

'Ballet Asteras' is a gala performance featuring notable Japanese dancers from ballet companies around the world, while also interacting with ballet companies and ballet schools overseas.

SALOME Comes to the New National Theatre, Tokyo This Month

Salome is coming to the New National Theatre, Tokyo this month. Performances begin on 27 May and run through 4 June, 2023.

ANGELS IN AMERICA Comes to New National Theatre, Tokyo

Upon her appointment to the role of Artistic Director of Drama, OGAWA Eriko committed herself to pushing the boundaries of experimentation and pioneering innovation in theatre. Our full audition programme forms a part of this, with all casts selected through audition.

New National Theatre Announces Special Events for "Shakespeare Double Bill"

The National Ballet of Japan will hold Special Events for Shakespeare Double Bill. People having tickets for Shakespeare Double Bill can join NBJ Class on stage, Artist Talk and Production Guide Tour.


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