Avis de la production (5)

26 Jun 2022 - 8 Jun 2023
Tristan und Isolde, Wagner,RichardOpera: Staged,  
Opernhaus Zürich  | Représentations (5)
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30 June 2022arcimboldisworld.comAdrian Thomas
...THOMAS ERLANK mit seinem schönen Tenor ist wie immer top als Hirt/Stimme des Seemanns...
13 Jan 2019 - 8 Jun 2023
Violetter Schnee, FurrerOpera,  
State Opera Berlin  | Représentations (5)
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13 January 2019www.omm.deRoberto Becker
Violetter Schnee
Die ästhetische Geschlossenheit dieser Opernnovität ist faszinierend. Fluchtwege bleiben hier nur ins Assoziative. So wie für das halbe Dutzend Protagonisten auf der Bühne der frisch renovierten Lindenoper. Die hat jetzt mit Beat Furrers Violetter Schnee eine in jeder Hinsicht exquisite Uraufführung zu verbuchen. Der österreichische Dramatiker Händl Klaus, der mit Furrer schon bei de...
29 Sep 2018 - 8 Jun 2023
Bérénice, Michael JarrellOpera,  
Opéra National de Paris  | Représentations (7)
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29 September 2018www.operanews.comStephen J. Mudge
Jarrell, who created his own libretto, gave much thought to the setting of the French language and Racine’s alexandrines; he created a text that was free of the strict classical form of the language while retaining the sense of the original. The libretto for the ninety-minute work, presented in four sequences, was generally clear and apt, combining natural speech rhythms with more el...
01 October 2018bachtrack.comLouise Boisselier
The sacrifice of Bérénice: a long break-up at the Opéra Garnier in Paris
In the title role, the splendid Barbara Hannigan embodies the voice of passion and gives free rein to her emotions with agile and voluble phrasing. The final scene enlightens her personality in a new way, her singing seeming constrained as soon as she submits to the demands of duty. Conversely, Bo Skovhus's majestic Titus expresses himself in long and monotone phrases, his resignatio...
10 Oct 2017 - 8 Jun 2023
Tristan und Isolde, Wagner,RichardOpera,  
Teatro Regio di Torino  | Représentations (7)
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15 October 2017theoperacritic.comSilvia Luraghi
Tristan returns in triumph to the Teatro Regio
tage director Claus Guth focused on the passionate love story between the two, and highlighted its intimate facet by setting the action in a 19th century high-middle class apartment. Isolde wakes up in the morning in her bedroom to the nicely sung outside melody, and asks to see Tristan. The sets, designed by Christian Schmidt (who also took care of the costumes), featured a revolvin...