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Giuseppe Verdi - Rigoletto (Opera in three acts with Juan Diego Flórez)

Strauss - Rosenkavalier (Fabio Luisi, Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden)

Giuseppe Verdi - Rigoletto (Opera in three acts with Juan Diego Flórez)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nj1cmYKTGHM


From the Semperoper Dresden, 2008 Outstanding production by Nikolaus 

Lehnhoff with the Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden under the baton of Fabio Luisi. English subtitles available in the player.

Fabio Luisi - conductor Nikolaus Lehnhoff - stage director Juan Diego Flórez - The Duke of Mantua Željko Lučić - Rigoletto Diana Damrau - Gilda Markus Marquardt - Count Monterone Giuseppe Verdi - Rigoletto 1:05 Overture 3:31 Act. I 1:00:45 Act. II 1:34:07 Act. III International stars like Juan Diego Flórez and Diana Damrau directed by the chief conductor Fabio Luisi. This opera production demonstrates a convincing and highly qualified musical standard. A wonderfully timeless event, which took place in the marvelous atmosphere of Dresden’s Semperoper.





Strauss - Rosenkavalier (Fabio Luisi, Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vB7h82tqiQ


From the Semperoper Dresden, 2008 Directed for stage by Uwe Eric Laufenberg with a top-notch cast led by Anne Schwanewilms as the Marschallin, Kurt Rydl as Ochs and Anke Vondung as Octavian. English and French subtitles available in the player. Subscribe to EuroArts: https://goo.gl/jrui3M Anne Schwanewilms - The Marschallin Kurt Rydl - Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau Hans-Joachim Ketelsen - Herr von Faninal Anke Vondung - Octavian, Count Rofrano Maki Mori - Sophie Sabine Brohm - Marianne Oliver Ringelhahn - Valzacchi, an intriguer Elisabeth Wilke - Annina Chorus Masters: Matthias Brauer Ulrich Paetzholdt Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden Fabio Luisi - conductor Richard Strauss - Rosenkavalier 1:34 Act. I 1:18:19 Act. II 2:20:39 Act. III Richard Strauss (1864–1949) has, of course, always been a very special favorite at the Dresden Opera because many of his works were premiered there, most famously his Rosenkavalier in 1911. As if the world knew that this was to be the last important opera premiere before civilization broke down in the First World War, the premiere was turned into an event of enormous proportions, with special trains bringing the audience to Dresden to witness the latest cooperation between Strauss and his preferred librettist Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1874-1929). Der Rosenkavalier, despite its nostalgic setting in eighteenth-century Vienna, deals with a variety of issues current in the early 20th century. Two of the most obvious were the status of women and the pending collapse of the ruling hierarchy. The authors described the work as a “Comedy for Music” and the criticism - as in all great social comedies - lies just beneath the surface. With the readings by Ruth Berghaus in Frankfurt and Herbert Wernicke in Salzburg in the 1990s, the piece has definitely lost any sweet rococo icing with which post-war stagings might have covered it. Director Uwe Eric Laufenberg, who premiered the present version in 2000, puts himself in that great tradition: with the action taking place after the Second World War, he works out some of the more timeless issues of the work: bittersweet pathos, satirical social criticism, and sexual farce as well as multilayered, comic wit and psychological characterization. The top-notch cast is led by Anne Schwanewilms as the Marschallin, Kurt Rydl as Ochs and Anke Vondung as Octavian - all three play roles that have become cornerstones of their repertoire. The orchestra of the Semperoper in Dresden plays the work, which has been a centerpiece of their repertoire ever since its premiere, from the original scores and under the experienced baton of their musical director Fabio Luisi. The recording took place during a tour of the Semperoper company to Japan in November 2007 where they staged this Rosenkavalier to enormous success.



Giuseppe Verdi: Nabucco - The story of a King who proclaiming himself God (2007)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVdxqovI7wo

From the Roman quarry in St. Margarethen, Austria Giuseppe Verdi's most known Opera with a staging of epic proportions Click here to watch other Operas by Giuseppe Verdi: https://goo.gl/d2RaQ9 Subscribe to EuroArts: https://goo.gl/jrui3M Igor Morosow - Nabucco Simon Yang - Zaccaria Bruno Ribeiro - Ismaele Gabriella Morigi - Abigaille Elisabeth Kulman - Fenena Orchestra of the National Theatre Brno Ernst Märzendorfer - conductor 41:10 Act II 1:46:22 Act IIII This exciting open-air staging of Nabucco was one of the classical highlights in summer 2007. The vast production of the Verdi masterpiece at St. Margarethen took place amidst the intoxicating scenery of a rustically romantic Roman quarry, which provided a unique backdrop for this live recording. The Opera Festival St. Margarethen in Austria counts as one of Europe’s most important open-air festivals and nearly 220,000 opera lovers from all over the world visit it annually. Nabucco tells the story of Nebuchadnezzar, ancient King of Babylon, who went mad after proclaiming himself, God. It is one of the most popular works in the history of opera and was Giuseppe Verdi’s (1813–1901) break-through in 1842. It features the most famous of all opera choruses, “Va, pensiero...“, which is a tune known to more than just opera lovers. This is an opera of epic proportions and the staging presented truly conforms to this spirit: horses, pyrotechnical special effects and more than 400 participants take to the stage.


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