‘Rusalka’ ‘opens’ the doors of the Palace of the Counts of Osorno in Pasarón de la Vera (Cáceres)

With the premiere of this new production, the Teatro Real de Madrid has programmed a parallel activity in Pasarón de la Vera (Cáceres)

The Teatro Real in Madrid has scheduled two visits to the Palacio de los Condes de Osorno in Pasarón de la Vera (Cáceres) to coincide with the premiere of its new production Rusalka, an activity that is part of the collaboration agreement between the Cooperation Network of the Routes of Emperor Charles V and that theatre.

On the occasion of the premiere of Rusalka, -opera first watched in Prague in 1901, it was the penultimate of the eleven operas by Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) and, without doubt, the most famous of all those he composed-, the new production of the Teatro Real de Madrid, two visits have been programmed to the Palacio de los Condes de Osorno in Pasarón de la Vera, which will be on Saturday 14th and Sunday 22nd November; a parallel activity that is part of the collaboration agreement between this route network and the Teatro Real.

Photo courtesy of Teatro Real de Madrid.

This is a palace that has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest and was built in the 16th century by Garci-Fernández Manrique de Lara, one of the private favourites of the Emperor Carlos V. It’s one of the few examples of palatial architecture from that century that brings together purely Italian elements with others from the Extremaduran building tradition and Mudejar art.

The current building is a construction made of masonry, ashlar and brick with two plates on the main façade and three on the side, due to the unevenness of the terrain.

 

A visit that can be made on those days, and exclusively, in groups of six people, to get to know the legend behind its walls; and which, as in Rusalka, tells a story of impossible loves.

People interested in participating in this activity or who would like to receive more information can send an email to admin@itineracarolusv.eu.

A unique opportunity, therefore, to get to know the legend behind its walls which, as in Rusalka, tells a story of impossible loves.

 

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