REQUIEM

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Théâtre de l'Archevêché
3 5 8 10 13 16 18 19 July
Conductor
Raphaël Pichon*
Stage Director, Set, Costume and Lighting Designer
Romeo Castellucci
Associate Director and Costume Designer
Silvia Costa
Dramaturge
Piersandra di Matteo
Soprano
Siobhan Stagg
Alto
Sara Mingardo
Tenor
Martin Mitterrutzner
Bass
Luca Tittoto*
Chorus and Orchestra
Ensemble Pygmalion
*Former artists of the Académie

New production of the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence

The undersigned recognises that the widow Konstanzia Mozart entrusted to him the Mass for the Dead by her deceased husband; that he proposes to complete from now until the middle of the next Lent, and that he swears at the same time not to leave, copy or give it to any person other than Madame widow.

Joseph Eybler: letter of the 21 December 1791, Vienna

With Mozart, all music is theatre. Symphony, string quartet, serenade… This also holds true for his religious music. Inhabited by this conviction, the bard of the boards Romeo Castellucci and the impassioned Mozartian Raphaël Pichon take hold of the unfinished Requiem by Amadeus in order to make it into a moving theatrical meditation, enriched with numerous barely known vocal pieces. Staged for the first time at the Théâtre de l’Archevêché, the final chef d’oeuvre by Mozart appears not only to be a ritual for the repose of the dead, but also the celebration of the forces of life. Which, through the losses which rhythm the history of the world, continue to stimulate human generations.

Wednesday 3 July 2019
10:00pm
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Friday 5 July 2019
10:00pm
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Monday 8 July 2019
10:00pm
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Wednesday 10 July 2019
10:00pm
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Saturday 13 July 2019
10:00pm
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Tuesday 16 July 2019
10:00pm
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Thursday 18 July 2019
10:00pm
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Friday 19 July 2019
10:00pm
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Prices: 290€, 200€, 160€, 120€, 80€, 55€, 30€
Young person's tariff: 9€
Family Opera tariffs
Performance available with ticket packages and Premium or Prestige offer

1 hour and 30 minutes without interval

Sung in Latin with French and English surtitles