LA TRAVIATA (Currentzis/Wilson) Wins Three "Golden Masks"

Moscow, April 19, 2017. Robert Wilson's production of La Traviata, conducted by Teodor Currentzis, in its version for the Perm Opera House, has been awarded three "Golden Masks". The production had been nominated in seven categories, and ended up winning in three (Teodor Currentzis as "Best Conductor", Nadezhda Pavlova as "Best Female Singer", and Robert Wilson for "Best Lighting Design"). Congratulations to all and a special Thanks to John Torres, who worked on the Lighting Design with Robert Wilson. 

The "Golden Mask" is a prestigious Russian award for works from all theatrical genres, with the goal of "representing a full and objective picture of the Russian theatrical life" once a year. The ceremony was held in the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theater in Moscow.

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