234th Season

The pranks of Fata Morgana (Scenes and arias from Sergei Prokofiev`s opera "The Love for Three Oranges")

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Scenes and arias from Sergei Prokofiev’s opera The Love for Three Oranges

Legend has it that King Arthur’s half-sister, who was spurned by her beloved knight Sir Lancelot, descended to the bottom of the sea and lives in a palace of crystal, ever since deceiving sailors and travellers with ghostly visions and mirages. The shenanigans of this character of the Breton epos are countless and inventive, her name translated from the Italian as Morgana the Witch. The famous Flying Dutchman – a ghost ship that still sees oceangoing passengers – is nothing other than the fruit of her imagination and magic. Many people have seen her fantastical palaces and army of thousands of men depicted in the skies. Morgana the Witch is always unpredictable and unusual


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