Composed at the dawn of the most creative period in the life of Leoš Janáček, The Diary of one who disappeared explores the tragic story of a young farmer who, after having been seduced by a beautiful gypsy and sacrificing everything for her, disappears mysteriously. The brevity of the work leaves time for a few of another of the composer’s other famous jewels, the a capella Choruses for Male Voices.
Journal d’un disparu (Zápisník zmizelého), 1917. Song cycle and men’s choirs by Leos Janácek (1854-1928)
Conductor Alain Planès
Director Christian Rizzo
Chœur de l’Opéra de Lille
Choirmaster Yves Parmentier
Scenography Christian Rizzo, Frédéric Casanova
Costumes Christian Rizzo
Video and ssistant to the stage director Sophie Laly
Lights Caty Olive
Musical and linguistic studies Irène Kudela
Janick, the narrator Paul O’Neill
Zefka Marie Karall
Piano Alain Planès
At the LaM museum, Villeneuve d’Ascq :
Sa 15 november 11 a.m
Le LaM seen by Christian Rizzo
Visit of the exhibition L’Autre de l’Art in the company of the choreographer.
Reduced fee for admission on presentation of ticket for the Diary of One Who Disappeared.
At lille opera :
Th 13rd november
Meeting with the team of artists
following the performance.
Su 16 novembre 3.30 p.m
The 400 Blows
While you attend a performance, your children can participate in a musical and educational workshop.
10 € per performance for 1 child / 7.50 € per additional child
On reservation at +33(0)362 21 21 21 or email@example.com
Evenings of performances
Snacks and bar
From 6:30 p.m. in the Rotonda
Entrance via the ticket office, street Léon Trulin.
Sung in Czech, overhead subtitles in French
Avec votre Pass saison Lille3000, bénéficiez de réduction sur ce spectacle. En vente à l'Opéra de Lille.
Opening of reservations Tuesday 2 September at noon
New production of Lille Opera