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Anja Silja (Emilia Marty), Kim Begley (Albert Gregor), Victor Braun (Baron Prus), Andrew Shore (Dr. Kolenaty), Anthony Roden (Vitek)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, Andrew Davis
The veteran dramatic soprano Anja Silja is dramatically and vocally fearless as the ageless diva Emilia Marty in this 1995 production from Glyndebourne, which brings out all the uncanny beauty... — More…
Christine Schäfer (Lulu), Kathryn Harries (Gräfin Geschwitz), Wolfgang Schöne (Dr Schön/Jack the Ripper), David Kuebler (Alwa), Patricia Bardon (Dresser/Gymnast/Groom)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Andrew Davis
Warner has reissued Glyndebourne's 1996 staging of all three acts of Lulu, a much-lauded affair that won the Gramophone Award for Best Video in 1997. Graham Vick's direction is admirable not... — More…
Greatest Moments on Stage
Natalie Dessay (soprano)
Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper, Wiener Philharmoniker, Orchestre & Chœurs de l’Opéra de Lyon, Les Arts Florissants, Orchestre & Chœurs de l’Opéra National de Paris, Symphony Orchestra & Chorus of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, London Philharmonic Orchestra,...
Ms. Dessay treats opera like a form of theatre in which acting and singing are one — More…
Christiane Oelze, Wojciech Drabowicz, Martin Thompson, Richard Croft, John Tomlinson, Jean Rigby
Glyndebourne under the regime of director Graham Vick now looks ideal for Tchaikovsky's 'lyric scenes'. The bare wooden floors, open skies and distancing curtains of Richard Hudson's sets… allow... — More…
Renee Fleming (Countess Madeleine), Joseph Kaiser (Flamand), Morten Frank Larsen (Count), Russell Braun (Olivier), Sarah Connolly (Clairon), Peter Rose (La Roche), Olga Makarina, Barry Banks (Italian Singers)
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Sir Andrew Davis, John Cox (director)
Philip Langridge, Ashley Putnam, Diana Montague, Martine Mahé, Elzbieta Szmytka, Peter Rose
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Glyndebourne Chorus, Andrew Davis, stage direction by Nicholas Hytner
Among the soloists there is no weak link. The singing is consistently firm, clear and stylish, with Philip Langridge masterly in the title-role, Ashley Putnam superb as Vitellia and Diana Montague... — More…
The Queen's Concerts, Buckingham Palace 2002
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa (soprano), Julian Bliss (clarinet), Ashley Wass (piano), Roberto Bolle (Prince Siegfried), Zenaida Yanowsky (Odile), Sir Thomas Allen (baritone), Mstislav Rostropovich (cello)
BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Adventist Chorale, Band of Her Majesty s Royal...