OPERA AT THE CONCERT HALL
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART:
Organizer: THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL
In accordance with the recent regulations, spectators are required to present:
i) Vaccination certificate issued by a certified authority or
ii) Certificate of recovery from the SARS-CoV-2 virus infection issued by a public authority or a certified laboratory or
iii) Self-test taken in the last 24 hours for children aged from 4 to 17
In addition they should show:
their ID or driver's license or passport or any other proof of identification
All spectators are required to wear face masks throughout their stay in the Thessaloniki Concert Hall
Two-act opera to a libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte
With Greek surtitles
Strobe lights will be used during the performance.
In the framework of the implementation of the project "RENOVATION" of the Interreg programme "Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020" and in collaboration with the Municipalities of Lagkada and Hadjidimovo, the Thessaloniki Concert Hall presents for the first time Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s masterpiece Don Giovanni.
It is one of the most important creations of Western culture, inspired by the legend of the famous heartbreaker Don Juan, and will be presented on the stage of the Thessaloniki Concert Hall Organisation for four performances (November 27th, December 1st, December 3rd and December 5th). The admittance will be free for the public.
The direction is undertaken by the distinguished director Michał Znaniecki and famous Greek lyrical singers and contributors from both Greece and Bulgaria participate.
The opera is not suitable for children under 16.
With the collaboration of the State Opera Plovdiv
With the collaboration of Blagoevgrad Chamber Opera
We thank the Chamber Opera of Warsaw
(Warszawska Opera Kameralna) for the disposal of part of the costumes.
Free admittance with entrance vouchers