Don Giovanni – Prague Summer Nights
The Prague Summer Nights Young Artists Music Festival presents a fully-staged
production of Mozart's Don Giovanni under the stage direction of Patrick
Diamond and under the music directorship of John Nardolillo. Festival
participants are from five different continents and are from top music
conservatories and universities such as the Juilliard School, the Manhattan
School of Music, Indiana University, the University of Southern California, the
Peabody Conservatory, the Eastman School of Music, the University of Kentucky,
the University of Michigan, the New England Conservatory, New York University,
Northwestern University, the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of
Music in London, Conservatorium of Sydney.
The opera Don Giovanni, the Estates Theatre and the long-standing Mozart tradition are among the greatest glories of Prague’s rich musical history.
The Estates Theatre is globally unique as the one and only preserved and still functional venue where a world premiere of a Mozart opera took place with the composer himself conducting. The world premiere of Don Giovanni on 29 October 1787 was a tremendous success and from Prague the new opera set out on its journey to global acclaim and admiration.
The opera is presented in the original Italian version with English subtitles projected above the stage.
Libretto: Lorenzo da Ponte
Stage Director: Patrick Diamond
Conductor: John Nardolillo
Musical preparation: Prague Summer Nights Faculty
Set design: Josef Svoboda
Costumes: Eva Farkašová-Zálešáková
Producer: Narodní divadlo
Produced by Classical Movements
Prague Summer Nights Festival Orchestra
Chorus from the Prague Summer Nights voice program
Theatre is a cultural institutution. Respect the common principles of appropriate behaviour and clothing.
It is obligatory to wear a face mask or other similar protection of the nose
and mouth inside the theatre.
Spectators entrance, stay in the theatre and the subsequent exit is organized by the theatre staff in a special mode so that the visitors of the individual sectors are separated from each other and do not have to meet even in the areas of refreshments, restrooms or cloak rooms.
Thank you for respecting the government regulations and we look forward to seeing you.