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Power. The might of the all-conquering Greeks pitted against the strength of the imperious city of Troy. The nobility of the Trojan hero Aeneas enslaved by the bewitching beauty of Dido queen of Carthage. Sweepingly powerful in scale and impact, The Trojans
takes you to the pulsating heart of the tensions within both the political and the personal.Performers Eva-Maria Westbroek (Didon), Jonas Kaufmann (Enee), Anna Caterina Antonacci (Cassandre), Fabio Capitanucci (Chorebe), Brindley Sherratt (Narbal), Barbara Senator (Ascagne), Robert Lloyd (Priam), Ashley Holland (Panthee), Hanna Hipp (Anna), Jihoon Kim (The Ghost of Hector), Daniel Grice (Trojan Soldier/Mercury), Ji Hyun Kim (Helenus), Ji-Min Park (Iopas), Lukas Jakobski (Greek Captain), Ed Lyon (Hylas), Adrian Clarke (First Soldier), Jeremy White (Second Soldier).
Music Berlioz. Producer Royal Opera House. Adapted by David McVicar. Conductor Antioni Pappano. Director Antonio Pappano. Design Es Devlin. Costume Moritz Junge. Lighting Wolfgang Gobbel. Choreographer Andrew George.
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