Elvira Hasanagic

Sopran

Lucia di Lammermoor

an den Schleswig-Holsteinischen Landestheatern

Premiere Cosi fan tutte

am 18.04.2015 am Schleswig-Holsteinischen Landestheater

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Drei Tote und eine Wahnsinnsarie

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Großartig dabei und zu Recht schon während der Arien mit Bravos und zum Schluss mit stehenden Ovationen gefeiert: Elvira Hasanagic, die sich in den Koloraturarien und besonders in der fast…

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Donizettis „Lucia“ als Gothic-Novel

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Einzig Elvira Hasanagić als bemitleidenswerte Lucia war es gegeben, mit unterschiedlichen Stimmfarben, brillanter Agilität und präziser Kadenz-Akrobatik zwischen Stimme und Flöte (vortrefflich: Berit Schmutzler) den disparaten Seelenzustand einer geschundenen Frau…

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Märchenhaft mädchenhaft

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Ausdrucksstark und fabelhaft bei Stimme: die Deutsch-Slowenin Elvira Hasanagic   Elvira Hasanagic ist eine in jeder Hinsicht mitreißende Lucia-Darstellerin. Die Deutsch-Slowenin spielt die um ihren Geliebten betrogene und mit einem…

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Kritik für die Laura (Der Bettelstudent): Insbesondere Elvira Hasanagic beeindruckt durch überaus lebendiges Spiel und sicheren Sopran. Man hält es kaum für möglich, aber die junge Künstlerin befindet sich tatsächlich…

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Feb
1
So
My Fair Lady @ Slovensko narodno gledališče Maribor
Feb 1 @ 17:00 – 19:00

Frederick Loewe/Alan Jay Lerner

My Fair Lady

Conductor: Simon Robinson

Director: Paul-Émile Fourny

 

 

More than four decades before the emergence of Loewe-Lerner’s musical My Fair Lady, which is still one of the most successful stage works of the 20th century music theatre, an Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw wrote an intriguing play Pygmalion, which was named after legendary Cyprian sculptor who succumbed to an erotic desire for his own artistic creation, and soon became an advocate of women’s independency as well as a sharp critique of the then rigid British class system. Strong romantic references and somewhat restrained erotic tension between the two protagonists, Eliza and Henry, found its way to music theatre. A rather conventional score by Frederick Loewe to a libretto by Alan Jay Lerner underlined the comic and witty character of Shaw’s original play, omitting its heavy criticism, and transforming it rather into a sit-com on account of Eliza’s climbing up the social ladder. Despite being just a “simple flower girl from Cockney”, Eliza is ambitious and wants to become an independent woman. After a memorable encounter with Professor Higgins, a rather vain and snobbish phonetician, she decides to undertake lessons of fine manners and speech etiquette with Higgins. The first Broadway production in 1956, starring legendary actor Rex Harrison and a versatile singer and actress Julie Andrews, was a huge success. Two years later, a subsequent staging in West End only secured the musical’s undisputable popularity and position within the repertoire. In SNG Maribor Opera, we are looking forward to stage this remarkable musical, which has proved to provide much enjoyment, both to the performers and the audience, mostly due to catchy tunes, pleasing plot, subtle irony, as well as many comic characters and situations.

 

Eliza Doolittle: Elvira Hasanagić

 

 

Feb
3
Di
My Fair Lady @ Slovensko narodno gledališče Maribor
Feb 3 @ 19:30 – 22:00

Frederick Loewe/Alan Jay Lerner

My Fair Lady

Conductor: Simon Robinson

Director: Paul-Émile Fourny

 

 

More than four decades before the emergence of Loewe-Lerner’s musical My Fair Lady, which is still one of the most successful stage works of the 20th century music theatre, an Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw wrote an intriguing play Pygmalion, which was named after legendary Cyprian sculptor who succumbed to an erotic desire for his own artistic creation, and soon became an advocate of women’s independency as well as a sharp critique of the then rigid British class system. Strong romantic references and somewhat restrained erotic tension between the two protagonists, Eliza and Henry, found its way to music theatre. A rather conventional score by Frederick Loewe to a libretto by Alan Jay Lerner underlined the comic and witty character of Shaw’s original play, omitting its heavy criticism, and transforming it rather into a sit-com on account of Eliza’s climbing up the social ladder. Despite being just a “simple flower girl from Cockney”, Eliza is ambitious and wants to become an independent woman. After a memorable encounter with Professor Higgins, a rather vain and snobbish phonetician, she decides to undertake lessons of fine manners and speech etiquette with Higgins. The first Broadway production in 1956, starring legendary actor Rex Harrison and a versatile singer and actress Julie Andrews, was a huge success. Two years later, a subsequent staging in West End only secured the musical’s undisputable popularity and position within the repertoire. In SNG Maribor Opera, we are looking forward to stage this remarkable musical, which has proved to provide much enjoyment, both to the performers and the audience, mostly due to catchy tunes, pleasing plot, subtle irony, as well as many comic characters and situations.

 

Eliza Doolittle: Elvira Hasanagić

 

 

Feb
7
Sa
My Fair Lady @ Slovensko narodno gledališče Maribor
Feb 7 @ 19:30 – 22:00

Frederick Loewe/Alan Jay Lerner

My Fair Lady

Conductor: Simon Robinson

Director: Paul-Émile Fourny

 

 

More than four decades before the emergence of Loewe-Lerner’s musical My Fair Lady, which is still one of the most successful stage works of the 20th century music theatre, an Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw wrote an intriguing play Pygmalion, which was named after legendary Cyprian sculptor who succumbed to an erotic desire for his own artistic creation, and soon became an advocate of women’s independency as well as a sharp critique of the then rigid British class system. Strong romantic references and somewhat restrained erotic tension between the two protagonists, Eliza and Henry, found its way to music theatre. A rather conventional score by Frederick Loewe to a libretto by Alan Jay Lerner underlined the comic and witty character of Shaw’s original play, omitting its heavy criticism, and transforming it rather into a sit-com on account of Eliza’s climbing up the social ladder. Despite being just a “simple flower girl from Cockney”, Eliza is ambitious and wants to become an independent woman. After a memorable encounter with Professor Higgins, a rather vain and snobbish phonetician, she decides to undertake lessons of fine manners and speech etiquette with Higgins. The first Broadway production in 1956, starring legendary actor Rex Harrison and a versatile singer and actress Julie Andrews, was a huge success. Two years later, a subsequent staging in West End only secured the musical’s undisputable popularity and position within the repertoire. In SNG Maribor Opera, we are looking forward to stage this remarkable musical, which has proved to provide much enjoyment, both to the performers and the audience, mostly due to catchy tunes, pleasing plot, subtle irony, as well as many comic characters and situations.

 

Eliza Doolittle: Elvira Hasanagić

 

 

Feb
13
Fr
Lucia di Lammermoor @ Stadttheater Flensburg
Feb 13 @ 19:30 – 21:30
Lucia di Lammermoor  @ Stadttheater Flensburg | Flensburg | Schleswig-Holstein | Deutschland

Besetzung

Musikalische Leitung: Peter Sommerer

Inszenierung: Julia Riegel
Bühne: Caroline Neven du Mont
Kostüme: Martina Lüpke
Choreinstudierung: Bernd Stepputtis
mit:
 
 
Lord Enrico Ashton: Joa Helgesson
Lucia: Elvira Hasanagic
Sir Edgardo di Ravenswood: Junghwan Choi
Lord Arturo Bucklaw: Jin-Hak Mok
Raimondo Bidebent: Jorge Martinez
Alisa: Svitlana Slyvia
Normanno: Nicholas Shannon

Dear friends,

I wish you a merry Christmas! I hope you enjoy a lot of baked and cooked foods, find time and peace to cuddle with your love ones and alowing yourself a little time of not doing anything.
Big hug to everyone!

Yours Elvira
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