1802 at the theater
|1802 at the theater|
See also: Other events in 1802
- In Voronezh , the Voronezh Public Theater opened in the premises of Vasily Chertkov’s former opera The Miller is a Sorcerer, a Deceiver and a Matchmaker . Philip Vigel , who visited the city in the same year, wrote that "Then in Voronezh alone there was a free troupe made up of hunters and serf actors set free."
- Saratov Drama Theater was founded in Saratov .
- A private theater was opened in German Bamberg , later named after E. T. A. Hoffmann , who served here in 1808-1813.
- In Weimar, the final version of the tragedy of JV von Goethe “ ” was presented.
- Spring - in Venice, on the stage of the theater, the premiere of Simon Mayr 's opera took place.
- In St. Petersburg, the premiere of Ivan Walberch ’s ballet, The Sacrifice of Thanks, took place.
- Holy Roman Emperor Franz II granted the playwright Friedrich Schiller the nobility.
- At the invitation of Napoleon's first consul , composer Giovanni Paisiello arrives from Naples to Paris; the composer Gaspare Spontini also moved there.
- April - choreographer Charles Didlo made his debut on the stage of the St. Petersburg Bolshoi Theater with the production of the ballet Apollo and Daphne.
- August 3 - in Paris, at the Comedy-Francaise theater, Mademoiselle Duchenois made his debut in Fedre by Jean Racine .
- November 28 - Mademoiselle Georges made his debut in the role of Clytemnestra in Iphigenia in Aulis by Jean Racine in Paris at the Comedy-Frances Theater; in the same year she becomes Napoleon's mistress.
- Ekaterina Semenova, a student of the Petersburg Theater School, made her debut on the school stage in Kotzebue ’s plays “The Reconciliation of Two Brothers” and “Corsicans”.
- February 9 , Perpignan - French playwright, director of the Vaudeville Theater in 1829-1840, Etienne Arago .
- March 3 , Montpellier - French opera singer and librettist, author of the libretto of the ballet La Sylphide Adolf Nurri .
- April 27 , Nyon, Switzerland - French composer Louis Niedermeier .
- May 31 , Genoa - Italian composer, author of 312 ballets and 10 operas by Caesar Pugni .
- July 24 , Ville-Cotreux - French writer and playwright Alexander Dumas .
- June 14 , Paris - French ballet dancer Marie Allard .
- July 28 , Berlin - Italian composer and conductor Giuseppe Sarti .
- August 23 , Ilmenau, Thuringia - German actress and singer Corona Schroeter .
- September, London, Prison - Italian composer and conductor .
- October 22 , Paris - French singer, first performer of the Eurydice part in the opera K.V. Gluck " Orpheus and Eurydice " by Sophie Arnoux .