Dramaturgical introduction | Musica non grata: Zemlinsky-Mozart
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Tickets can be purchased on the website of the National Theatre and at the box offices of the National Theatre.
Dramaturgical introduction: Musicologist Antony Beaumont introduces the work and life of Alexander Zemlinsky. The lecture is in English. The text of the lecture will be available in Czech on the spot.
Arrive thirty minutes before the start of the show to learn extra facts about the ballet, its author and the production. These will be presented by a dramaturge or an instructor of the National Theatre.
There is no need to book introductions as they are included for free with each ticket.