CALENDAR


Songs and instrumental pieces by John Dowland


Michael Schade, tenor
Luca Pianca, lute
Giulia Genini, recorder

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Giuseppe Verdi: Don Carlo

Timo Riihonen, Philippe II 
Rodrigo Porras Garulo, Don Carlo
Aluda Todua, Rodrigue, Marquis of Posa
Young Doo Park, Grand Inquisitor
N.N., A monk
Cristina Pasaroiu, Elizabeth of Valois
Lena Belkina, Princess Eboli
Stella An, Tebaldo
Julian Habermann, Count Lerma
Sumi Hwang, A heavenly voice

GMD Patrick Lange, conductor
Uwe Eric Laufenberg, director
Rolf Glittenberg, stage design
Marianne Glittenberg, costume design 
Andreas Frank, lighting design
Albert Horne, chorus master 
Daniel C. Schindler, dramatury 

Chor & Extrachor des Hessischen Staatstheaters Wiesbaden
Hessisches Staatsorchester Wiesbaden

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César Franck: Piano Quintet in F minor
Ernest Chausson: Concert D major for violin, piano and string quartet, Op. 21

Quatuor Tchalik
Gabriel Tchalik | Violin
Louise Tchalik | Violin
Sarah Tchalik | Viola
Marc Tchalik | Violoncello

Fanny Clamagirand | Violin
Romain David | Piano

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Richard Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

Laura Aikin, Marschallin
Sophie Koch, Octavian
Annika Gerhards, Sophie

NOSPR
Lawrence Foster, conductor

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Olivia Vermeulen, mezzo-soprano
Stefan Gottfried, conductor (cembalo)
Concentus Musicus Wien

Works by Francesco Geminiani, Georg Friedrich Händel, Johann Christoph Pepusch a.o.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Don Giovanni

Kyle Ketelsen, Don Giovanni
Ain Anger, Komtur
Hanna-Elisabeth Müller, Donna Anna
Stanislas de Barbeyrac, Don Ottavio
Kate Lindsey, Donna Elvira
Philippe Sly, Leporello
Martin Häßler, Masetto
Patricia Nolz, Zerlina

Philippe Jordan, musical direction
Barrie Kosky, stage director
Katrin Lea Tag, stage & costumes
Franck Evin, light

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Thomas Quasthoff is reading from a letter that Ludwig van Beethoven wrote in 1802 and which he guardes carefully afterwards, entitled "The Heiligenstadt Testament".
with the Dieter Ilg Trio
Dieter Ilg, double bass
Rainer Böhm, piano
Patrice Heral, percussion

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Don Giovanni

Kyle Ketelsen, Don Giovanni
Ain Anger, Komtur
Hanna-Elisabeth Müller, Donna Anna
Stanislas de Barbeyrac, Don Ottavio
Kate Lindsey, Donna Elvira
Philippe Sly, Leporello
Martin Häßler, Masetto
Patricia Nolz, Zerlina

Philippe Jordan, musical direction
Barrie Kosky, stage director
Katrin Lea Tag, stage & costumes
Franck Evin, light

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, KV 620

Sarastro, Tobias Kehrer
Königin der Nacht, Rocío Pérez
Pamina, Nikola Hillebrand
Tamino, Sebastian Kohlhepp
Papageno, Sebastian Wartig
Erste Dame, Roxana Incontrera
Zweite Dame, Justyna Ołów
Dritte Dame, Michal Doron
Monostatos, Timothy Oliver
Sprecher, Lawson Anderson
Papagena, Christiane Hossfeld
Erster Priester, Ilya Silchuk
Zweiter Priester, Khanyiso Gwenxane
Erster Geharnischter, Gerald Hupach, Paul Kaufmann
Zweiter Geharnischter, Rupert Grössinger
Knaben, Solisten des Tölzer Knabenchors

Conductor, Christoph Gedschold
Sächsischer Staatsopernchor Dresden
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphonie Nr. 9 d-Moll op. 125

Valentina Farcas,soprano
Idunnu Münch, mezzo-soprano
Mingjie Lei, tenor
David Steffens, bass

Circa Contemporary Circus, dance
Libby McDonnell, costumes
Yaron Lifschitz, stage direction
Wiener Singverein (choir master: Johannes Prinz)

Yutaka Sado, conductor
Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich

Classical music meets acrobatics: in their eye-catching project the Tonkunstler Orchestra and the celebrated company Circa pay homage to Ludwig van Beethoven’s Ninth. With this symphony, Beethoven created a musical monument to equality and freedom. Now, some 200 years later, Yaron Lifschitz creates an acrobatic score for this masterpiece. Under the musical directorship of Yutaka Sado and featuring choirs from across Austria, this dialogue between art forms culminates in a celebration of humanity.

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