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Antonín Dvořák’s Armida at the National Theatre – a “fairy tale for adults“, burning with passion while also raising questions of faith


Antonín Dvořák’s final work, the opera Armida, treating timeless themes, is returning to the National Theatre in Prague after three decades. Featuring stellar Czech and Slovak singers, the new production will premiere on 19 May within the Prague Spring festival. Directed by Jiří Heřman, it will be conducted by Robert Jindra.