Music : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Libretto : Lorenzo Da Ponte
Conductor : Philippe Jordan et Guillermo García Calvo
  Stage director : Ivo van Hove
Set design : Jan Versweyveld
Lighting design : Jan Versweyveld
Costumes : An D’Huys
Scenographer : Jan Versweyveld
Chorus master : Alessandro Di Stefano

Here is a Don Giovanni with a very local Parisian flavour with Étienne Dupuis in the title role and Philippe Sly playing Leporello. The Australian soprano Nicole Car and the Belgian master Ivo van Hove complete a quartet that has everything for success.

What is this passion that drives Don Giovanni to seduce, subdue, conquer women one after the other, with the fevered coldness of a predator seizing its prey, pursuing through them an obscure prize that forever evades him? For his second collaboration with Da Ponte, Mozart was to brand the history of the opera and forever haunt European culture. Kierkegaard invites us to listen in the Dissolu puni “for the whisper of temptation, the whirlwind of seduction, the silence of the moment”. Mozart-Da Ponte’s cycle continues with Don Giovanni being entrusted to Ivo Van Hove. With a long tradition of examining the political meaning of works, the director produces, after Boris Godunov, his second production for the Opéra de Paris.
Genre :  Opera
Year :  2018
Length :  220 min.
Country :  France
Étienne Dupuis (Don Giovanni)
Ain Anger (Il Commendatore)
Jacquelyn Wagner (Donna Anna)
Stanislas de Barbeyrac (Don Ottavio)
Nicole Car (Donna Elvira)
Release date  26 June 2019

subtitled in English

Upcoming screenings 

Jun 26th 18:00
Jun 29th 10:00
2019-06-20 03:30:04