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Stanislaw Moniuszko's opera is known as one of the greatest 19th century Polish opera scores, with imaginative harmonies and colourful instrumentation. Written after the 1864 January Uprisings, Moniuszko set out to create an opera to raise the nation's spirits, bringing patriotic knights in armour onto the stage. The result is a grand-scale drama in which follows two brothers, Stefan and Zbigniew, as they venture out to the cursed, haunted Kalinowo Manor. However they soon discover the real danger lies not with the ghosts, but with the two beautiful Sword-bearers' daughters.

Music Stanislaw Moniuszko.

Archive listings for The Haunted Manor

Work type: Opera or Operetta.


Sung in Polish with English surtitles.Company Polish National Opera.
20 Apr 04 to 25 Apr 04Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224
listing details L01307703951


Company Opera Omnibus. Director Francesca Gilpin. Music Stanislaw Moniuszko. Design John Braithwaite. Costume Carol Stevenson. Lighting Bruce J Williams. Other Jan Checinski (words). Conductor David Macdonald. Performer Tim Hicks. Performer Jeremy Bowyer. Performer James Edwards. Performer Maria Jones. Performer Saffron van Zwanenburg. Performer Mark Saberton. Performer William Molesworth. Performer Erin Johnson. Performer Michael Burke.
3 Feb 01 to 10 Feb 01General, General :: V129128377
listing details L057091205

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