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Les Contes D'hoffmann

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Run time: 3hrs 45min, 2 intermissions

Sung in FRENCH

Subtitles in English, German, Italian, French, Russian, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese


Tenor Juan Diego Flórez is the romantic poet Hoffmann in Offnebach’s fantsctical tale. He is joined by a trio of leading ladies: Sabine Devieilhe sings the mechanical doll Olympia, Tamuna Gochashvili is the fragile Antonia, and Louise Alder portrays Giulietta, the Venetian courtesan. Erwin Schrott sings the sinister Four Villains and Virginie Verrez is Niklausse, Hoffmann’s friend and muse. Axel Kober conducts.


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Hoffmann Juan Diego Flórez

Muse/Nicklausse Michèle Losier

Lindorf/Coppélius/Miracel/Dapertutto Erwin Schrott

Andrès/Cochenille/Frantz/Pitichinaccio Thomas Ebenstein

Olympia Sabine Devieilhe

Antonia Tamuna Gochashvili

Giulietta Louise Alder

Jacques Offenbach (1819–1880) was born in Cologne, Germany. He moved to Paris in 1833, where he became a hugely successful composer. Today he is best known for his only opera The Tales of Hoffmann, and for his almost 100 operettas, many of which continue to be staged in the 21st. century.

Jules Barbier (1825–1901) and Michel Carré (1821–1872), the leading librettists of their day in France, wrote a play based on three short stories by the German author E. T. A. Hoffmann (1776–1822). Later they adapted the play for the opera stage.