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Amazon Prime Releases Jonas Kaufmann’s ‘A Global Star in Private’

Jonas Kaufmann - A Global Star in Private (Trailer)

Jonas Kaufmann - A Global Star in Private (Trailer)



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Amazon Prime Releases Jonas Kaufmann’s ‘A Global Star in Private’



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Amazon Prime has released a new documentary “A Global Star in Private” about Jonas Kaufmann.
The film, which was shot in his home during quarantine, showcases the tenor in his day to day activities and is an intimate portrait into his personal and professional life. The documentary showcases interviews by Kaufmann, Thomas Voigt, pianist Helmut Deutsch, and his wife Christiane Lutz.
The documentary is available in Germany and Austria and will be available internationally in two weeks.
Kaufmann recently released an album “Selige Stunde,” which he recorded during quarantine and is set to open a revival production of Verdi’s “Don Carlos” at the Wiener Staatsoper. This season the tenor will also travel to Paris, Munich, and Frankfurt, among other cities.




Don Carlo's sensational cast delights Salzburg audiences - musica


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The Salzburg Festival celebrates the bicentenary of Verdi's birth with three of his operas: 'Don...
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Jonas Kaufmann⭐"Don Carlo-meine Partie zum ersten Mal in franz.Fassung


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Don Carlo, Salzburg 2013, Kaufmann, Harteros


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Don Carlos Salzburg 2013 Nei giardin del bello Eboli Semenchuk Ekaterina


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The Salzburg Festival celebrates the bicentenary of Verdi's birth with three of his operas: 'Don Carlo' is one of them - the longest, the most revised, and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful.


For the 2013 festival, 'Don Carlo' is performed in Italian and without the ballet. The passages cut shortly before the first performance in 1867 are also heard, for example the prelude opening the opera with the chorus of woodcutters and their families: an impressive portrayal of the French people's dire situation, caused by winter and the war with Spain. 


Keeping the Fontainebleau act makes the preconditions of successive events obvious, and the psychological development of Elisabetta di Valois and Don Carlo -- as the protagonists are called in the Italian version -- becomes far more compelling.


'Don Carlo' deals with many issues: the complexities of human relations, individual freedoms and awkward communication between father and son.


Antonio Pappano, conductor, told euronews: "In Don Carlo, you have very particular colours, you have the use of the low violin sound, the G string is used quite a lot, just at the very beginning and the combination of the cellos, and the basses together, fused with the bassoons; add to that the horns, and then add to that the trombones, and you have a very somber tonal picture."


Speaking about how the opera develops creatively, Pappano said: "What one remembers is the colour from Act IV to the end, because there, somehow, everything becomes concentrated and focused, and we get into the meat of the drama, the private side of the king's life." 


Tormented, vulnerable, passionate Don Carlo, the son of King Philip of Spain, whose father takes his fiancée away to becomes the Queen, has the voice and looks of Jonas Kaufmann, who is considered to be the tenor of today.


Jonas Kaufmann described his character to euronews: "I think this Don Carlo is so much on and off. I mean, he's always jumping back and forth between different ways of thinking. When you think of the duet in the second act, when he comes in and starts very soft and calm, and then suddenly breaks out, really, he's trying to stick to the rules and the conventions, and then, next moment, has to surrender again to his feelings for her." 


Kaufmann continued: "As soon as Elisabetta is close by he just [acts]... Again, [Don Carlo] a very easy character to find a lot of different things in it; to organise it, and to bring it all to one line, that's another story." 


A sensational cast made this production utterly prestigious, with this music conveyed by Maestro Pappano's talent and exquisite musicality. 




Giuseppe Verdi • Don Carlo



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Jonas Kaufmann & Thomas Hamspon - Verdi Don Carlo Dio, Che Nell'alma Infondere Amor



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Don Carlos by Giuseppe Verdi (Jonas Kaufmann)



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Jonas Kaufmann✮'Don Carlo' im Pauseninterview mit B. Rett


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Jonas Kaufmann im Pausen-Interview mit Barbara Rett über die Rolle "Don Carlo" in G. Verdi's gleichnamiger Oper zu den Salzburger Festspielen 2013.(Entschuldigung für die schlechte Qualität).


« Don Carlos », opéra blockbuster



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Jonas Kaufmann recounts Don Carlos (Salzburg Festival 2013)



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Dr. Barbara Rett


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Kulturlady Barbara Rett ist Anchorwoman der großen ORF-Kulturübertragungen und lädt sonntaglich das ORF-III-Publikum zur „Erlebnis Bühne“.


barbara rett   photos


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