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Don Giovanni

Opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


14 Jan 2024, 18:30

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About the production

  • Run time: 3hrs 15min, 1 intermission
  • Sung in: ITALIAN
  • Subtitles: English, Italian and other languages
  • Opera house: Vienna State Opera

Maestro Antonello Manacorda conducts a star-studded cast led by bass-baritone Kyle Ketelsen in the title role of the world’s most notorious lover. Philippe Sly sings Leporello, Giovanni’s servant who both admires and hates his master. Eleonora Buratto, Kate Lindsey, and Isabel Signoret make a superlative trio as Giovanni’s conquests—Donna Anna, Donna Elvira, and Zerlina. Dmitry Korchak as Don Ottavio and Martin Häßler as Masetto round out the cast.

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Opernring 2, 1010 Vienna View in Google Maps

How to get there:

Subway: U1, U2, U4 to Karlsplatz
Trams: 1, 2, D, 62, 71 to Opernring

After the performance taxis will drive up to the main entrance

Conductor: Antonello Manacorda

Don Giovanni: Kyle Ketelsen

Komtur: Ain Anger

Donna Anna: Eleonora Buratto

Don Ottavio: Dmitry Korchak

Donna Elvira: Kate Lindsey

Leporello: Philippe Sly

Zerlina: Isabel Signoret

The son of a Salzburg court musician, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) showed prodigious ability from his earliest years. The young Mozart spent much of his childhood touring Europe with his father, performing before nobility. He went on to compose in all musical genres of his day and excelled in every one. Mozart's operas in particular represent the peak of his genius and remain unsurpassed in terms of beauty, vocal challenge and dramatic insight.

When Mozart accepted a commission from Prague’s National Theater to compose a new opera, the Don Juan figure was already a universally recognized character on the musical stage—in tragedies, comedies, and even farces. In his own text, Mozart’s librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte incorporated elements from several previous versions of the story but also provided much that was wholly original.

Lorenzo Da Ponte was the official poet of the Viennese court theater. He lead adventurous life in Venice, Vienna, and London, and later emigrated to America, where he became the first professor of Italian at New York’s Columbia College (now University).