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Almost all of Mozart's operas are about the depths of love - but none as exclusively as Così fan tutte. Here everything seems simple and unshakable at first: Ferrando and Guglielmo love their fiancés Dorabella and Fiordiligi. The men take every bet that women will be loyal to them. Also with Don Alfonso, who is sure that he can demonstrate the opposite with an experiment. But what was planned as a harmless game develops into a cruel open-heart experiment that ultimately pulls the floor from under the feet of everyone involved: Because the characters have to recognize that what they think they feel and what they actually feel , is in painful contradiction to one another. Mozart looks deep into the hearts of his characters, who are thrown to and fro by their feelings; Like no other, he knows how to tell with his music about the confusing complexity of her soul. At the same time, Mozart is not a moralist - he does not judge his characters, and so it turns into a musical theater that presents the cryptic in a wonderfully light and thoroughly comedic way. However, abysses are by no means only found in women - so fan tutti. The extremely dense and radically contemporary production by Kirill Serebrennikov was created in 2018 under very special conditions: The Russian director was under house arrest in Moscow and was unable to attend the rehearsals himself. That didn't harm the artistic expressiveness - the audience and the press were equally enthusiastic about his directorial work. In the revival, Ruzan Mantashyan and Anna Goryachova can be seen as Fiordiligi and Dorabella, who were already part of the premiere cast, as well as Rebeca Olvera as Despina. Mauro Peter sings Ferrando for the first time, his friend Guglielmo is Konstantin Shushakov. The Philharmonia Zurich will be conducted by the Englishman Christopher Molds, who is equally experienced in both the Baroque and Classical periods.
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