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6 November 2015 – 14 February 2016 El Kazovsky (1948–2008) was one of the most original and potent Hungarian artists of the late twentieth century and the turn of the millennium.
Standing at the centre of this opera relating, with scintillating wit, the chaotic events of the "day of madness" and a wedding nearly gone up in smoke are the already familiar and clever barber from Seville and his spirited love, Susanna.
A story can be told in different ways and in different settings. It is precisely for this reason that we decided to retain Kálmán Nádasdy's famous 1937 direction of La Boheme at the Opera House while also adding another interpretation to the programme at the Erkel Theatre.