Lerici Music Festival: Schubert, Schumann Christan Blackshaw (piano). Teatro All’aperto della Rotonda Vassallo, Lerici, Italy, 05.08.2022 (CC) Schubert Four Impromptus, D 899 / Op. 90 Schumann Fantasie in C, Op. 17 Encores: Schumann Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Träumerei Schubert Moment Musical in F minor, D 780 / Op.
Smyth The Wreckers (semi-staged, sung in French) Cast; The Glyndebourne Chorus; London Philharmonic Orchestra / Robin Ticciati (conductor). Royal Albert Hall, 24.07.2022 Cast: Pasko – Philip Horst Avis – Lauren Fagan Thurza – Karis Tucker Marc – Rodrigo Porras Garulo Jacquet – Marta Fontanals-Sommons Laurent – James Rutherford Harvey – Donovan Singletary Tallan – Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts Production:
This is the famous Visconti production of Verdi's Don Carlo, performed in its Itlaian five-act version (so including the first act set in the forest of Fontainebleu that sets up the love between Carlo and Queen Elisabetta). Thsi is a four act version, ane Abbado famously recorded teh five-act French
The Jette Parker Young Artists at 20 Soloists; Elaine Kidd (presenter); Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden / Antonio Pappano, Michael Papadopoulos, Edo Frenkel. Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, 23.07.2022 (CC) Director: Mathilda du Tillieul McNicol Lighting Designer: Allan Ramsay Fight Director: Rich Gittins Massenet: Manon, Act
Verdi Atilla (concert performance). Soloists; Chorus & Orchestra of the Royal Opera House,Covent Garden / Spreanza Scappucci. Royal Opera House, London, 19.07.2022 Atilla – Ildar Abdrazakov Uldino – Egor Zhuravskii Odabella – Maria José Siri Ezio – Simon Keenlyside Foresto – Stefan Pop Leone – Alexander Köpeczi Lighting Direction – Matt Mulberry Verdi’s “lyric drama
Tête à Tête has announced an exciting programme for their 2022 Opera Festival, which will run from 15 August to 11 September 2022. This year's Festival is rooted in the theme of burgeoning with life, sprouting everything from mythology, history and hysteria to extraterrestrial chaos and the human experiences of
Borni n 1856, Sergey Ivanovich Taneyev is one of those composers one is more likely to emcounter in history books or referenced in booklet notes than to actaually hear the music. Mikhail Pletnev released a significant DG recording of John of Damascus (coupled with Rachmaninov's The Bells) and if you