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  • Marcelo Álvarez (Riccardo), Violeta Urmana (Amelia), Marco Vratogna (Renato), Elena Zaremba (Ulrica), Alessandra Marianelli (Oscar), Borja Quiza (Silvano), Miguel Sola (Samuel), Scott Wilde (Tom), Orlando Niz (Judge), César San Martín (Amelia's servant)

    Chorus and Orchestra of the Teatro Real...

    [Renato] is given a careful, possibly subtle reading by Marco Vratogna...You won't be short-changed by this DVD More…



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  • Recorded live at the Philharmonie Berlin, 1 May 2000

    Mikhail Pletnev (piano), Karita Mattila (soprano), Violeta Urmana (contralto), Thomas Moser (tenor), Eike Wilm Schulte (baritone)

    Berliner Philharmoniker, Swedish Radio Choir, Claudio Abbado

    Pletnev's crisp, laidback playing spreads a special magic. More…



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  • Recorded live at the Teatro Real, Madrid, in February & March 2007.

    Violeta Urmana (Santuzza), Vincenzo La Scola (Turiddu), Dragana Jugovic (Lola), Viorica Cortez (Mamma Lucia), Marco di Felice (Alfio), Vladimir Galouzine (Canio), Maria Bayo (Nedda), Carlo Guelfi (Tonio), Antonio Gandia (Beppe), Angel Odena (Silvio)

    Chorus and Orchestra of the Teatro Real (Madrid...

    That both these productions work is largely due to Jesús López Cobos's theatrically vital and style-sensitive conducting and two strong casts. More…



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  • Dimitris Tiliakos (Macbeth), Ferruccio Furlanetto (Banco), Violeta Urmana (Lady Macbeth), Letitia Singleton (Dama), Stefano Secco (Macduff), Alfredo Nigro (Malcolm)

    Orchestre et Choeurs de l’Opéra national de Paris & Maîtrise des Hauts-de-Seine, Teodor Currentzis

    Personal relationships are illuminatingly handled in spite of Tcherniakov's aversion to monologues. Home viewing produces, I guess, a more accessible experience than the audience had in Paris's... More…



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