The Program

Avant-garde Catalan theater collective La Fura dels Baus brings its “freewheeling blend of audiovisual wizardry, acrobatics, and puppetry” (Guardian, U.K) to Haydn’s famous oratorio. A relentless stream of imagery, text, and stage pageantry touching on everything from philosophy and physics to DNA research and refugees transforms the Enlightenment-era masterpiece into an immersive theatrical experience. A sublime musical performance by the period-instrument Insula Orchestra, vocal ensemble accentus, and a cast of intrepid soloists, led by visionary conductor Laurence Equilbey, anchors this astonishing, maximalist production that explodes all notions of who we are and where we came from.

“Moments of pure enchantment.”
– Télérama (France)
“Freewheeling blend of audiovisual wizardry, acrobatics and puppetry.”
– Guardian (U.K.) on La Fura dels Baus


10 Columbus Cir


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Music | Theater

The Creation

La Fura dels Baus

(North American production premiere)

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accentus, choir (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)

Insula Orchestra (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)

Laurence Equilbey, conductor (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)

La Fura dels Baus—Carlus Padrissa, stage direction (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)

Christina Landshamer, Gabriel and Eve (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)

Robin Tritschler, Uriel (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)

Thomas Tatzl, Raphael and Adam (Mostly Mozart Festival debut)



Performance length: One hour and 45 minutes, no intermission

If purchasing tickets in person: Tickets will be available at the Jazz at Lincoln Center Box Office (Broadway at 60th Street, Ground Floor) two weeks prior to the performance. You may purchase tickets now at the Alice Tully Hall and David Geffen Hall Box Offices (Broadway at 65th Street).

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