New Production! Celebrated director Ivo Van Hove, no stranger to grand political frescos, will debut at the Paris Opera with a new production of Moussorgski's magnificent meditation on the solitude of power. Based on an epic poem by Pushkin, this grand opera follows the dazzling, tortured reign of the titular Tsar of Russia (1598-1605), brilliant bass Ildar Abdrazakov, who seizes the throne as society around him is on the threshold of moral crisis.
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