Die Rote Zora (Zora The Red)

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Die Rote Zora (Zora The Red)

Catalogue No:

101588

Discs:

1

Release date:

28th Nov 2011

Barcode:

0807280158892

Medium:

DVD Video

Format:

NTSC

Region:

all
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Die Rote Zora (Zora The Red)

Live Recording from The Komische Oper Berlin, 2010


Komische Oper Berlin, Catherine Larsen-Maguire (conductor) & Jasmina Hadziahmetovic (stage director)

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Family opera in three acts by Elisabeth Naske - from 8 years and up

When his mother dies, twelve-year-old Branko is suddenly left on his own. His father Milan is never at home, as he treks with his violin through the coastal towns of Croatia. Even Branko‘s grandmother sends the boy away. Now Branko has nowhere to go and he‘s also terribly hungry. Fortunately he gets to know Zora, the brave girl with the red hair, and becomes part of her gang. These kids struggle through life, completely on their own: Pavle, being as strong as three guys, the small and quick Nicola, Duro, who wants to become a farmer or horse breeder, and Zora their brave leader. They call themselves »Uskoki«, for they are as brave as the real Uskoks, Slav freedom fighters of former times, and they stick together no matter what happens. Day by day the children steal their food in a tricky and adventurous way, so that they are not only chased by the policeman but also by the mighty fishmonger Karaman. But Zora is much too smart, nobody can catch or scare her – until one day a trick of the gang leads to a catastrophe and antagonises the whole city against them. Only the old fisherman Gorian helps the children …

Elisabeth Naske‘s family opera is based on Kurt Held‘s juvenile book classic, describing the adventures of an orphans‘ gang in Croatia in the 1930s. With the opera we can immerse ourselves into a Mediterranean atmosphere, taking us with its rousing rhythm through the thrilling story.

Sound Format: PCM Stereo

Picture Format: 16:9

DVD Format: DVD 9, NTSC

Subtile Languages: DE (Original Language), GB, Korean

Running Time: 114 mins

FSK: 0

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