The Royal Ballet - Coppélia
Broadcast the masterpiece by the Royal Ballet. A classic return to the Royal Ballet repertory with Ninette de Valois’ charming and funny Coppélia – a story of love, mischief and mechanical dolls. Osbert Lancaster’s design revives a colourful family-friendly tale for the festive season.
Company: The Royal Ballet
Choreography: Ninette de Valois after Lev Ivanov and Enrico Cecchetti
Music: Léo Delibes
Scenario: Charles Nuitter and Arthur Saint-Léon
Designer: Osbert Lancaster
Lighting designer: John B. Read
Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
Swanilda: Marianela Nuñez
Franz: Vadim Muntagirov
Dr Coppélius: Gary Avis
Concert Master: Sergey Levitin
Orchestra: Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
4 & 5/1/2020
André Rieu 70 YEARS YOUNG
André Rieu celebrated a landmark birthday and invited cinema audiences all over the world to his party! 70 YEARS YOUNG is André Rieu’s ultimate concert, featuring musical highlights chosen by the maestro himself from his illustrious career.
This unique commemorative celebration will take you on an unbelievable journey around the world to André Rieu’s most amazing concert locations.
Trap for a Single Man
The fascinating psychological thriller by Robert Thomas, directed by Christos Yiangou, pivots around a man who believes he has lost his wife, but everything shows he is in danger of losing his mind too.
Tranlation: Antonis Doriadis
Set Design / costumes: Lakis Genethlis
Music: Antonis Antoniou
Lighting designer: Carolina Spyrou
Actors: Antonis Kleathous, Loukaw Zikos, Athos Antoniou, Efrosini Koutsouveri, Christos Yiagkou, Christodoulos Martas, Yiola Klitou.
YIORGALLETOI – 80 YEARS OF HISTORY
The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth and the Municipality of Limassol honored the eightieth anniversary of this family of musicians.
The event features the Giorgalletoi Serenaders with all their soloists and a large orchestra.
Anna Ziegler’s award-winning play, translated by Anthi Zachariadou and directed by Andreas Araouzos, apply emotion and humour to sketch out the portrait of Rosalind Franklin, one of the greatest female scientists of the 20th c., and her passionate aim to figure out the double-stranded DNA molecule.
Director: Andreas Araouzos
Translation: Anthi Zachariadou
Set Design / costumes: Elena Katsouri
Lighting Design: Vasilis Petinaris
Music: Giorgos Kolias
Actors: Panayiotis Papageorgiou, Andreas Tselepos, Fotis Apostolidis, Panos Makris, Herodotos Miltiadous, Yiannis Karaoulis.
The MET Live in HD
Alban Berg’s expressionist masterpiece is one of the foremost plays of the 20th c., celebrated for its excellent score and emotional stirring. Alban Berg composed the opera based on Georg Büchner’s play, in the course and aftermath of World War.
Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Production: William Kentridge
Co-Director: Luc De Wit
Projection Designer: Catherine Meyburgh
Set Designer: Sabine Theunissen
Costume Designer: Greta Goiris
Lighting Designer: Urs Schönebaum
Live in hd director: Gary Halvorson
Live in hd host: Eric Owens
Marie: Elza van den Heever
Margret: Tamara Mumford
Drum-Major: Christopher Ventris
Captain: Gerhard Siegel
Andres: Andrew Staples
Wozzeck: Peter Mattei
Dοctor: Christian Van Horn
With Greek and English subtitles
S. Korea, 2019,132’
Bong Joon-Hο’s critically acclaimed film (winner of the Palme d’ Or at this year’s Cannes Festival) is an excellent blend of black comedy, satire and thriller. The film tells the story of two families of different social and financial backgrounds that “coexist” in the luxurious mansion of the wealthy family in an exceptionally improbable manner.
Director: Bong Joon-Hο
Cast: Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, Cho Yeo-jeong, Choi Woo-Shik, Park So-dam
The girl who insists
A tender family play about love, dreams, life’s challenges and, above all, the perseverance that leads to success.
Directed by: Marina Vronti
Sets / costumes: Giorgos Giannou
Choreography: Chloe Melidou
Music / lyrics: Telemachos Tsardakas, Dionysis Bastas
Actors: Dimitris Antoniou, Savvina Georgiou, Giorgos Evagorou, Stelios Kallistratis, Polyxeni Savva, Myrsini Christodoulou.
Broadcast of Shakespeare’s compelling drama about the King who rejects those who love him. Ian McKellen breathes life into a deeply humane King Lear with his moving portrayal of the inescapable fate of every man nearing the end of his life.
King Lear Ian McKellen
Supernumeraries Charlie Bentley, Leon Finnan, Jamal Franklin, Sonny Poon Tip, Sam Purkis
Regan Kirsty Bushell
Gentleman Informer / Old Man Richard Clews
Edmund James Corrigan
Kent Sinéad Cusack
Curan / Doctor John Hastings
Albany Anthony Howell
Fool Lloyd Hutchinson
Burgundy / Lear’s Knight / Monsieur La Far Jake Mann
Oswald Michael Matus
Goneril Claire Price
Cornwall Daniel Rabin
King of France / British Captain Caleb Roberts
Albany’s Man Scott Sparrow
Edgar Luke Thompson
Cordelia Anita-Joy Uwajeh
Gloucester Danny Webb
Ensemble James Millard, Johanne Murdock, Jessica Murrain, John Vernon
Life Changing ideas
Life Changing Ideas, the University of Nicosia’s groundbreaking series of talks, brings together award-winning keynote speakers from the field of management. Jamie Anderson, Professor of Strategy at Antwerp Management School, Belgium, and INSEAD, France, will discuss “Creative Thinking for a Digital World”. Anderson, named by the Financial Times as a guru of management, is known for the energy and passion he brings to the stage.
Stamatis Kraounakis + Spira Spira
Kiss me…. At Rialto
Total recall of the entertainment myth. The most fascinating and successful popular music concert, unconditionally loved by everyone by Stamatis Kraounakis and his band.
Stamatis Kraounakis: voice, piano,
Dimitris Andreadis: keys
Christos Gerontidis: voice, cajon
Alexandros Kampourakis: accordion
Sakis Karathanasis: voice, guitar, cajon
Costas Bougiotis: voice, cajon
Vassilis Droumbogiannis: piano
Vaios Prapas: voice, guitars, bouzouki
George Stivanakis: voice, maracas, tambourine
George Tamiolakis: cello
Accomplished and critically acclaimed pianist Tatiana Stupak performεδ for the first time in Cyprus a gigantic 2-hour programme for solo piano. The event celebrates the launch of the cultural era of the year 2020 with music by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, List and Tchaikovsky.
The concert is a crescendo in the career of Tatiana Stupak, who is recognized as one of the most celebrated and expressive pianists in Cyprus.