Two one-act operas which share the theme of unravelling a psychological mystery. Read More >
Two one-act operas which share the theme of unravelling a psychological mystery.
Duke Bluebeard’s Castle, Bartók’s only opera, follows Judith as she struggles to bring light to her new husband’s dark castle. Sung in Hungarian with English surtitles.
Schoenberg’s monodrama Erwartung ponders why a woman is wandering alone in the forest at night. sung in German with English surtitles.
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