The Pearl Fishers archiveThe Pearl Fishers, first performed in Paris in 1863, was Bizet's first success on the operatic stage. The friendship of two pearl fishers, Zurga and Nadir is tested to its limits when both fall in love with the beautiful, but forbidden priestess Leila. Set in ancient Ceylon. Sung in English, with surtitles projected above the stage


Claudia Boyle (Leila), Robert McPherson (Nadir), Jacaques Imbrailo (Zurga), James Creswell (Nourabad)


Music: Bizet
Lyrics(s): Cormon, Carre
Producer: English National Opera
Conductor: Roland boer
Director: Penny Woolcock
Design(s): Dick Bird, Fifty-nine productions (video design)
Costume: Kevin Pollard
Lighting: Jennifer Schriever
Choreographer: Andrew Dawson
Translation: Martin Fitzpatrick
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The Pearl Fishers

The Pearl Fishers (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T167668561. Details of all The Pearl Fishers archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2052

Archive Listings

19 Oct 16
2 Dec 16
London Coliseum
West End
Greater London

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