Family version of the opera ‘Rodrigo’

Rodrigo has made promises to Florinda that he does not keep, and Florinda swears vengeance. At the same time, Rodrigo has to defend his throne against Evanco. Florinda makes common cause with Evanco, and together they attempt to usurp Rodrigo’s throne. Who will end up as king?

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Family version of the opera ‘Rodrigo’

26 May
12 noon
Deutsches Theater Göttingen
Duration approx. 75 min.
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Katharina Kastening — Stage director
Juri Tetzlaff — Presentation

Soloists of the opera Rodrigo  

FestspielOrchester Göttingen        

Laurence Cummings — Harpsichord and conductor