Iolanta & Francesca da Rimini

Iolanta | Francesca da Rimini

Lyric opera in one act (1892)
Music by Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowski
Libretto by Modest Iljitsch Tschaikowski

Opera in two scenen with prologue und epilogue (1906)
Music by Sergei Rachmaninow
Libretto by Modest Iljitsch Tschaikowski based on Dantes Inferno


actor role
Conductor Vassily Sinaisky
Director Stephen Lawless
Set design Benoît Dugardyn
Costume design Jorge Jara
Choreographer Lynne Hockney
Light design Patricia Collins
Iolanta Olga Mykytenko
King René Dmitry Belosselsky
Robert Dalibor Jenis
Godefroy de Vaudémont Saimir Pirgu
Ibn-Hakia Elchin Azizov
Alméric Ladislav Elgr
Bertrand Vladimir Baykov
Martha Svetlana Shilova
Brigitta Rinnat Moriah
Laura Victoria Yarovaya
Mathilda (Tänzerin) Barbora Kohoutková
Francesca da Rimini .
Dante Ladislav Elgr
Vergil´s ghost Vladimir Baykov
Francesca Olga Mykytenko
Lanceotto Malatesta Dmitry Belosselsky
Paolo Saimir Pirgu
Orchestra ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien
Chorus Arnold Schoenberg Chor
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Patricia Collins

Light design

The native New York light designer created the lighting for more than 100 productions in her long international career. She worked inter alii for the Glyndebourne Festival, the Los Angeles Opera, the Washington Opera, the Houston Grand Opera, the English National Opera and the Metropolitan Opera. For the Broadway-Production of Rappaports I’m not Rappaport she won a Tony Award, a price she was nominated for two times before as well as a Drama Desk Award for her light design for E. Manns Execution of Justice. At the West-End she created the light design amongst others for Soundheims Into the Woods and Wagners Der Ring des Nibelungen at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. At Bayerische Staatsoper she designed the light for productions as Handels Rinaldo and Rodelinda , Cavallis La Calisto and Donizettis L’elisir d’amore at Santa Fe Opera. At Theater an der Wien she created the light for Glucks Orfeo ed Euridice at last.