Famous Polish baritone in Jerusalem production of Carmen
Polish baritone singer Michal Partyka will perform at a production of Bizet’s Carmen shown by the Lytic Opera on Tuesday, July 25, 8 p.m. at Jerusalem Theater .
The talented and world famous Partyka, who often performs a the Paris Opera house and other world capitals, will perform the role of dashing male character Escamillo who wins Carmen’s heart
and sweeps her off her feet.
The current colorful production is directed by Rocc (Rok Rappl) and includes dozens of artists, the sensational music Bizet composed and the strong Romani heroine in one of most beloved operas
of all time.
French with Hebrew titles.
Jerusalem Theater, 20 Marcus St. Jerusalem
Phone (02) 5605757 to book
Two and a half hours including intermission
Music: Georges Bizet
Conductor: Paolo Spadaro (Teatro alla Scala)
Director: Rok Rappl (Rocc) Opera Bergen
With Marta Matalon (Carmen) Lithuanian National Opera, Alin Stoica (Don Jose) Bucharest National Opera House/ Bavarian State Opera, Michal Partyka (Escamillo) Paris Opera, Kirill Odintsov (Morales), Atlan Karp (Zuniga) (Estonian National Opera). Tel Aviv Philharmonic Choir under chorusmaster Leonti Wolf and Jerusalem symphony Orchestra