Cinderella

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Cinderella

Composer: Gioacchino Rossini

Production team:

Choreographer, Stage Producer and Lighting Desinger: Giorgio Madia
Music Director: Damiano Binetti 
Set and Costume Designer: Cordelia Matthes
Choir Master: Piotr Borowicz

Choreographer's Assistants: Adriana Mortelliti, Elena Korpusenko 
Music Director's Assistant: Sebastian Perłowski
Ballet Coach: Victor Korpusenko
Ballet Accompanist: Inessa Kileyeva
Accompanist and Solist Coach: Irena Celińska-Głodek
Stage Managers: Anna Jaworska, Magdalena Wąsowska
Assistant - Translator: Natalia Sowula

Cast:

CINDERELLA | Mizuki Kurosawa (24.03.), Clara Ushizaka (25, 26.03.)

PRINCE | Robert Kędziński  (24.03.), Dzmitry Prokharau (25, 26.03.)    

DAUGHTERS | Adam Mośko (24, 25, 26.03.), Yauheni Yatskevich (24, 25, 26.03.)

STEPMOTHER | Victor Korpusenko (24, 25, 26.03.)

BUTLERS | Leonardo Cusinato (24, 25, 26.03.), Takafumi Tamagawa (24, 25, 26.03.)

FORTUNE-TELLER | Agnieszka Chlebowska (24, 25, 26.03.)           

MOTHER | Wioletta Maciejewska (24, 25, 26.03.)

FATHER | Marek Kobielski (24, 25, 26.03.)

Niosący trumnę: Maciej Pluskowski (24, 25, 26.03.), Vadzim Trukhan (24, 25, 26.03.) 

Nogi wróżki: Bożena Kowalska (24, 25, 26.03.) 

and Krakow Opera Ballet

SOLOISTS SINGERS
Clorinda: Iwona Socha (24, 25.03.), Katarzyna Oleś-Blacha (26.03.)
Tisbe: Marta Abako (24, 26.03.), Karin Wiktor-Kałucka (25.03.)
Cenerentola: Monika Korybalska (24, 26.03.), Agnieszka Cząstka (25.03.)
Don Ramiro: Adam Sobierajski (24, 25, 26.03.)
Dandini: Andrzej Biegun (24, 26.03.), Michał Kutnik (25.03.)
Don Magnifico: Krzysztof Dekański (24, 25, 26.03.)

Piano: Olga Tsymbaluk

THE KRAKOW OPERA ORCHESTRA, CHOIR and BALLET STUDIO

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The ballet rendition of the popular fairy tale of Cinderella, two mean stepsisters and a cruel stepmother has been prepared by Giorgio Madia, an eminent choreographer from Milan. The former soloist with the Bejart Ballet and the San Franciscoo Ballet, today he works on his own productions on the musical stages of Vienna and Berlin. Cinderella in his interpretation is enhanced with new meanings, while still retaining the universal sense of the tale. Combining subtle lyricism with irony and a sense of humour, the production uses an original choreographic language and proves surprisingly spectacular. The music is compiled from fragments of Rossini's operatic and chamber compositions. This moving performance of superb comic quality is bound to delight young and adult audiences alike.

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