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  • Le Hamburgische Staatsoper (Opéra d'État de Hambourg) avec son orchestre le Philharmonique de Hambourg (auparavant "Orchestre philharmonique d'État de Hambourg") est un des plus illustres opéras du monde. Son histoire remonte à plus de 300 ans, son lointain ancêtre étant l'Oper am Gänsemarkt de 1678 à 1738.La salle actuelle d'une capacité de 1690 places, a été achevé en 1953 à l'emplacement du vieux théâtre construit par Karl Friedrich Schinkel, détruit par la guerre, et bénéficie d'une acoustique et visibilité exceptionnelles.De 1891 à avril 1897, Gustav Mahler a succédé à Hans von Bülow à la direction de l'opéra. Au XXe siècle de nombreux chefs d'orchestre renommés ont été engagés pour assurer la haute qualité des spectacles : Otto Klemperer, Eugen Jochum, Karl Böhm, Charles Mackerras, Marek Janowski, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Hans Zender, Gerd Albrecht et Ingo Metzmacher.Placido Domingo a beaucoup chanté sur cette scène depuis 1967 (notamment son premier Otello sous la direction du jeune James Levine en 1975), et des chanteurs tels que Martha Mödl, Anneliese Rothenberger, Franz Grundheber, Kurt Moll, Hans Sotin et Hanna Schwarz ont fait partie de la troupe.Depuis 2005, la chef d'orchestre australienne Simone Young est directrice générale de l'opéra.L'opéra héberge le Ballet de Hambourg dirigée depuis 1973 par John Neumeier.
  • L'Staatsoper Hamburg a Hamburg (Alemany), al barri Neustadt del bezirk Hamburg-Mitte és una de les cases d'òpera majors del món amb més de 300 anys d'història. L'orquesta Philharmoniker Hamburg (anteriorment anomenat Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg) n'és el compliment indispensable.
  • De Hamburgische Staatsoper (ook: Hamburger Staatsoper), de staatsopera van Hamburg, met zijn orkest de Philharmoniker Hamburg (eertijds: Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg) is een van de beroemdste operahuizen ter wereld. Zijn geschiedenis gaat meer dan 300 jaar terug.De huidige zaal met een capaciteit van 1.690 plaatsen is voltooid in 1953, ter vervanging van het oude theater gebouwd door Karl Friedrich Schinkel, dat vernietigd was door de oorlog, en geniet een uitzonderlijke akoestiek en zicht.Van 1891 tot april 1897 was Gustav Mahler, als opvolger van Hans von Bülow, leider van de opera.In de twintigste eeuw zijn er talrijke beroemde dirigenten geëngageerd om de hoge kwaliteit van de uitvoeringen te verzekeren, waaronder Otto Klemperer, Eugen Jochum, Karl Böhm, Charles Mackerras, Marek Janowski, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Hans Zender, Gerd Albrecht en Ingo Metzmacher.Plácido Domingo heeft er sinds 1967 dikwijls gezongen (waaronder, in 1975, zijn eerste Otello onder leiding van de jonge James Levine), en zangers als Martha Mödl, Anneliese Rothenberger, Franz Grundheber, Kurt Moll, Hans Sotin en Hanna Schwarz zongen er eveneens geregeld.Sinds 2005 is de Australische dirigente Simone Young algemene leider van de opera.Het balletgezelschap van de opera van Hamburg wordt sinds 1973 geleid door John Neumeier.
  • 함부르크 국립 오페라 극장(Hamburgische Staatsoper)은 독일의 유명한 오페라 극장이다.1678년에 독일에서 최초의 공개 가극장을 가진 함부르크는 저명한 지휘자나 많은 명가수를 확보, 언제나 우수한 진용을 자랑하고 있다. 그러나 건물은 1943년에 심한 전화를 입었으며 1946년 가을에 다시 일부를 이용, 활동을 시작하였다. 그리하여 1955년 가을 재건에 착수하여 4층의 객석을 합해 약 1,650명을 수용할 수 있는 현대적인 극장으로 개수, 개장하였다. 이 가극장은 건물, 곡목, 무대가 모두 새롭다고 평가받고 있는데 유리로 장식된 겉모양이나 곤돌라의 속칭으로 불리는 객석 및 현대작품, 진귀한 작품과 참신한 연출에 의한 상연 등은 유럽에서 손꼽힐 만큼 유명하다. 이 도시의 한자동맹 이래의 전통적인 진취적 정신이 가극장에도 잘 살아 있으며 입장료에 극장 관계자의 양로보증금을 부가한 것도 하나의 특색이다.
  • Die Hamburgische Staatsoper in der Hamburger Neustadt gehört zu den weltweit führenden Opernhäusern und blickt auf eine über 300-jährige Geschichte zurück. Das Orchester des Hauses sind die Philharmoniker Hamburg (bis 2006 „Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg“).
  • The Hamburg State Opera (in German: Hamburgische Staatsoper) is one of the leading opera companies in Germany.Opera in Hamburg dates back to 2 January 1678 when the Oper am Gänsemarkt was inaugurated with a performance of a biblical Singspiel by Johann Theile. It was not a court theatre but the first public opera house in Germany established by the art-loving citizens of Hamburg, a prosperous member of the Hanseatic League.The Hamburg Bürgeroper resisted the dominance of the Italianate style and rapidly became the leading musical center of the German Baroque. In 1703, George Friedrich Handel was engaged as violinist and harpsichordist and performances of his operas were not long in appearing. In 1705, Hamburg gave the world première of his opera Nero.In 1721, Georg Philipp Telemann, a central figure of the German Baroque, joined the Hamburg Opera, and in subsequent years Christoph Willibald Gluck, Johann Adolph Hasse and various Italian companies were among the guests.To replace the aging wooden structure, the first stone was laid on 18 May 1826 for the Stadt-Theater on the present-day site of the Hamburg State Opera. The new theater, with seating for 2800, was inaugurated less than a year later with Beethoven's incidental music to Egmont.The building was renovated in 1873, when both the exterior and interior remodeled in the reigning "Gründerzeit" style of the time, and again in 1891, when electric lighting was introduced.Under the direction of Bernhard Pollini, the house mounted its first complete Ring Cycle in 1879. In 1883, the year of Wagner's death, a cycle comprising nine of his operas was commenced. The musical directors Hans von Bülow (from 1887 to 1890) and Gustav Mahler (from 1891 to 1897) also contributed to the fame of the opera house.In the beginning of the 20th century, opera was an important part of the theatre's repertoire; among the 321 performances during the 1907–08 season, 282 were performances of opera. The Stadt-Theater performed not only established repertoire but also new works, such as Paul Hindemith's Sancta Susanna, Igor Stravinsky's The Soldier's Tale, Ernst Krenek's Johnny spielt auf , and Leoš Janáček's Jenůfa. Ferruccio Busoni's Die Brautwahl (1912) and Erich Wolfgang Korngold's Die tote Stadt (1920) both had their world premieres in Hamburg. In the 1930s, after Hitler came to power, the opera house was renamed Hamburgische Staatsoper.On the night of 2 August 1943, both the auditorium and its neighbouring buildings were destroyed during air raids by fire-bombing; a low-flying airplane dropped several petrol and phosphorus containers on to the middle of the roof of the auditorium, turning it into a conflagration.The current Staatsoper was opened on 15 October 1955 with Mozart's Die Zauberflöte. Hamburg continued to devote itself to new works, such as Hans Werner Henze's The Prince of Homburg (1960), Stravinsky's The Flood (1963), Gian Carlo Menotti's Help, Help, the Globolinks! (1968), and Mauricio Kagel's Staatstheater (1971).In 1967, under the direction of Joachim Hess, the Hamburg State Opera became the first company to broadcasts its operas in color on television, beginning with Die Hochzeit des Figaro (a German translation of Le Nozze di Figaro). Ten of these television productions have been released on DVD by ArtHaus Musik as Cult Opera of the 1970s, as well as separately. All of these were performed in German regardless of the original language (six were written in German, one in French, two in English, and one in Italian).More recently, Hamburg gave the world premières of Wolfgang Rihm's The Conquest of Mexico (1992) and Helmut Lachenmann's The Little Match Girl (1997), for which it received much international acclaim. The company has won the "Opera House of the Year" award by the German magazine Opernwelt in 1997 and in 2005.Since 2005, the Australian conductor Simone Young has been general director of the Hamburg State Opera.
  • Гамбургский оперный театр — старейший общедоступный музыкальный театр в Германии, расположен в Гамбурге. Основан в 1677 году. С возникновением Гамбургского оперного театра исследователи связывают формирование национальной немецкой оперной школы.Среди дирижеров театра были Г. Малер, Ф. Вейнгартнер, К. Бём, Э. Ансерме.
  • L'Opera di Amburgo (in tedesco: Hamburgische Staatsoper) è uno dei maggiori teatri d'opera della Germania.
  • La Ópera del estado de Hamburgo (en alemán: Hamburgische Staatsoper) es una de las principales compañías de ópera de Alemania. Sus orígenes se remontan al 2 de enero de 1678, cuando se inauguró el «Opern-Theatrum» con una función de canciones bíblicas a cargo de Johann Theile. No fue un teatro de corte, sino la primera casa pública de ópera en Alemania, fundada por los ciudadanos de Hamburgo, por entonces prósperos integrantes de la liga hanseática. La «Bürgeroper» de Hamburgo resistió el dominio del estilo italianizante, y se convirtió pronto en el principal centro musical del barroco alemán. En 1703 Georg Friedrich Händel se empleó allí como violinista y clavecinista, donde también se estrenaron algunas de sus óperas: en 1705 «Nero», cuya partitura se ha perdido en la historia.En 1721 Georg Philipp Telemann, figura central del barroco aleman ingresó a la ópera de Hamburgo, y en los años siguientes Christoph Willibald Gluck, Johann Adolph Hasse y varias compañías italianas la visitaron como artistas invitados.El 18 de mayo de 1826 se colocó la piedra fundamental de un nuevo edificio, el «Stadt-Theater», para reemplazar la vieja y deteriorada estructura de madera en el sitio en el que hoy se levanta la Ópera. El teatro se inauguró luego de menos de un año de construcción, con comodidades para 2800 espectadores, y con el estreno de «Egmont» de Ludwig van Beethoven.El edificio se refaccionó en 1873, incorporando el estilo «Gründerzeit» dominante en la época, y nuevamente en 1891, para incorporar la iluminación eléctrica. En 1879 se presentó el primer ciclo completo de «El anillo del nibelungo», bajo la dirección de Bernhardt Pollini. En 1883, año de la muerte de Richard Wagner comenzó un ciclo de nueve de sus óperas- Los directores musicales Hans von Bülow (de 1887 a 1890) y Gustav Mahler (de 1891 a 1897) contribuyeron también a la fama del teatro.
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  • Le Hamburgische Staatsoper (Opéra d'État de Hambourg) avec son orchestre le Philharmonique de Hambourg (auparavant "Orchestre philharmonique d'État de Hambourg") est un des plus illustres opéras du monde.
  • L'Staatsoper Hamburg a Hamburg (Alemany), al barri Neustadt del bezirk Hamburg-Mitte és una de les cases d'òpera majors del món amb més de 300 anys d'història. L'orquesta Philharmoniker Hamburg (anteriorment anomenat Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg) n'és el compliment indispensable.
  • 함부르크 국립 오페라 극장(Hamburgische Staatsoper)은 독일의 유명한 오페라 극장이다.1678년에 독일에서 최초의 공개 가극장을 가진 함부르크는 저명한 지휘자나 많은 명가수를 확보, 언제나 우수한 진용을 자랑하고 있다. 그러나 건물은 1943년에 심한 전화를 입었으며 1946년 가을에 다시 일부를 이용, 활동을 시작하였다. 그리하여 1955년 가을 재건에 착수하여 4층의 객석을 합해 약 1,650명을 수용할 수 있는 현대적인 극장으로 개수, 개장하였다. 이 가극장은 건물, 곡목, 무대가 모두 새롭다고 평가받고 있는데 유리로 장식된 겉모양이나 곤돌라의 속칭으로 불리는 객석 및 현대작품, 진귀한 작품과 참신한 연출에 의한 상연 등은 유럽에서 손꼽힐 만큼 유명하다. 이 도시의 한자동맹 이래의 전통적인 진취적 정신이 가극장에도 잘 살아 있으며 입장료에 극장 관계자의 양로보증금을 부가한 것도 하나의 특색이다.
  • Die Hamburgische Staatsoper in der Hamburger Neustadt gehört zu den weltweit führenden Opernhäusern und blickt auf eine über 300-jährige Geschichte zurück. Das Orchester des Hauses sind die Philharmoniker Hamburg (bis 2006 „Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg“).
  • Гамбургский оперный театр — старейший общедоступный музыкальный театр в Германии, расположен в Гамбурге. Основан в 1677 году. С возникновением Гамбургского оперного театра исследователи связывают формирование национальной немецкой оперной школы.Среди дирижеров театра были Г. Малер, Ф. Вейнгартнер, К. Бём, Э. Ансерме.
  • L'Opera di Amburgo (in tedesco: Hamburgische Staatsoper) è uno dei maggiori teatri d'opera della Germania.
  • The Hamburg State Opera (in German: Hamburgische Staatsoper) is one of the leading opera companies in Germany.Opera in Hamburg dates back to 2 January 1678 when the Oper am Gänsemarkt was inaugurated with a performance of a biblical Singspiel by Johann Theile.
  • De Hamburgische Staatsoper (ook: Hamburger Staatsoper), de staatsopera van Hamburg, met zijn orkest de Philharmoniker Hamburg (eertijds: Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg) is een van de beroemdste operahuizen ter wereld.
  • La Ópera del estado de Hamburgo (en alemán: Hamburgische Staatsoper) es una de las principales compañías de ópera de Alemania. Sus orígenes se remontan al 2 de enero de 1678, cuando se inauguró el «Opern-Theatrum» con una función de canciones bíblicas a cargo de Johann Theile. No fue un teatro de corte, sino la primera casa pública de ópera en Alemania, fundada por los ciudadanos de Hamburgo, por entonces prósperos integrantes de la liga hanseática.
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