Yvonne, princesse de Bourgogne

Yvonne, princesse de Bourgogne is a 2009 opera by Philippe Boesmans to a libretto by Swiss dramatist and director Luc Bondy based on the anti-conformist play Iwona, księżniczka Burgunda by Witold Gombrowicz.[1] Yvonne is the fourth in a series of operas with librettos by Luc Bondy, and the first of the four to be written in French not German. The libretto for Boesmans' subsequent French opera, Au monde (2014), was provided by Joël Pommerat.

Yvonne, princesse de Bourgogne
Opera by Philippe Boesmans
LibrettistLuc Bondy
LanguageFrench
Based onIwona, księżniczka Burgunda
by Witold Gombrowicz
Premiere
2009 (2009)

RecordingsEdit

  • Dorte Lyssewski (Yvonne), Mireille Delunsch (Le Reine Marguerite), Paul Gay (Le Roi Ignace), Yann Beuron (Le Prince Philippe), Victor von Halem (Le Chambellan), Hannah Esther Minutillo (Isabelle), Jason Bridges (Cyrille), Jean-Luc Ballestra (Cyprien), Guillaume Antoine (Innocent), Marc Cossu-Leaonian (Valentin) Klangforum Wien, Sylvain Cambreling, Cypres. The recording was awarded Diapason d'or by the French music magazine Diapason.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Droit & littérature Koen Lemmens, François Ost, François Jongen -2874550701 2007 " En 1965, Yvonne, princesse de Bourgogne est traduite en français et mise en scène au ... Au printemps 2009, cette pièce sera transformée en opéra à Paris sur une musique de Philippe Boesmans et un livret de Luc Bondy."