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For the very end of the season Srba Dinic and the Braunschweig theatre are preparing another premiere. A German composer, pianist and theoretician Aribert Reimann wrote the opera L’invisible which saw its premiere in Berlin in 2017. Reimann always finds inspiration for his opera in literary classics: Shakespeare, Kafka, Lorca and others. He wrote this opera based on a work by Maurice Maeterlinck, Belgian writer and Nobel laureate. Three dramas are entwined in it. At first view different, they are connected with the same motifs, the feelings of sorrow, fear and death. It is a lyrical trilogy with an intensive orchestral sound, with numerous soloists on the stage and modern direction. In the opera’s short life of mere two years, it has received a number of good reviews. It is time that the Braunschweig audience, second after Berlin, give it their opinion. Srba Dinic with soloists and orchestra will demonstrate why Reimann is one of the most awarded contemporary German composers.
25th May 2019 premiere
Staatstheater Braunschweig