The Monteverdi Choir and founding director John Eliot Gardiner represent “the best of the early-music movement in England” (New York Times). In this semi-staged performance, The Return of Ulysses portrays the moving conclusion of Homer’s Odyssey, in which Monteverdi highlights the essential humanity of Ulysses amongst quarrelling gods, scheming servants, and conniving courtiers.

 

This performance is also a part of the White Light Festival.

The Program

Venue and Accessibility

1941 Broadway
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GARDINER CONDUCTS MONTEVERDI

The Return of Ulysses

Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 7:00 pm Alice Tully Hall

Pre-concert lecture at 5:45 pm in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse

This event is part of: The Birth of Opera

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The Artists

Monteverdi Choir 

English Baroque Soloists 

John Eliot Gardiner, conductor

Furio Zanasi, Ulisse

Marianna Pizzolato, Penelope

Krystian Adam, Telemaco

Hana Blažíková, Minerva

John Eliot Gardiner and Elsa Rooke, co-directors

With English supertitles

Performance Details

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