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Erkel Ferenc: Bánk bán - bordal

Petúr bán: Kálmándi Mihály. Magyar Állami Operaház, 2011. szeptember 4.

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Ákos Bánki

Ákos Bánki was born in Kazincbarcika in 1982 and studied drawing in Miskolc. In 2000, he enrolled in the painting programme at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, graduating in 2006. He also studied in London and Barcelona on an Erasmus Scholarship. He received the Barcsay Award in 2011 and both...

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Bánk bán

Alkotók Szövegíró Egressy Béni / Nádasdy Kálmán Rendező Vidnyánszky Attila Díszlettervező Olekszandr Bilozub Jelmeztervező Nagy Viktória Koreográfus Könczei Árpád Dramaturg Orbán Eszter Angol nyelvű feliratok Arthur Roger Crane Karigazgató Strausz Kálmán További információ: http://www.opera.hu/musor/megtekint/bank-ban-2017/ More: http://www.opera.hu/musor/megtekint/bank-ban-2017/?lan=en Premier: 2017. szeptember 9. Premiere: 9 September 2017

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Bánk bán (2019/2020)

In 1844, following on the heels of his triumph in the competition to set Ferenc Kölcsey's Himnusz – today the national anthem of Hungary – to music, Ferenc Erkel set about looking at the possibilities for using József Katona's much-attacked drama Bánk bán as the subject for an opera. History made the period of composition a lengthy one: first came the Hungarian War of Independence of 1848/49, and censorship by the dictatorship that followed meant that the audience would have to wait until 9 March 1861 before the work could be performed in its entirety at Pest's National Theatre. As a result of, or in spite of, the high-level additions and revisions, the remarkable aspect of the following performances of the ever-acclaimed Bánk bán is the fact that the text and musical material were created using both the work's original version and the 1939 revision – the one best know to the wider audience – credited to Kálmán Nádasdy. The storyline thus most closely mirrors the thinking of original playwright József Katona, without forcing us to dispense with the now-timeless grand aria "Hazám, hazám" ("My homeland, my homeland").

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Bánkúti Orsolya

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Bánó András

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Bányai Teréz

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Bányai Gábor

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János Bándi

He graduated from Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in 1981 as a student of Ferencné Révhegyi. As a student and a scholarship-holder of the Hungarian State Opera House, he already sang some minor roles in the Opera. His first great success was the role of Prince Ramiro in Rossini's Cinderella. In 1981 h...

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Rita Bányai

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Bánrévi István

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Bán Elemér

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Bándó Gyula

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Bánó Irén

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