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Polish theatre premieres opera based on mystic poem

12.12.2019 17:27
The Grand Theatre in Poznań, western Poland, has staged the world premiere of an opera based on the 19-century poem “Anhelli” by Juliusz Słowacki. 
Image by mohamed Hassan from Pixabay
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The opera is by one of the most interesting contemporary composers, Dariusz Przybylski, for whom the poem is - as he says - "a mystery of the human soul passing through life."

The opera is directed by Latvian Margo Zalite, who has used the whole of the theatre to make the audience more than just observers of this mystic journey.

The set design and costumes are also unusual, according to designer Dorota Karolczak.