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Orlin Anastassov (Boris), Alessandra Marianelli (Xenia), Pavel Zubov (Fyodor), Ian Storey (Grigory), Vladimir Vaneev (Pimen), Peter Bronder (Prince Shuisky), Vasily Ladjuk (Andrey Shchelkalov), Vladimir Matorin (Varlaam)
Teatro Regio, Torino, Gianandrea Noseda, Andrei Konchalovsky
Konchalovsky sticks to the 1869 original...Orlin Anastassov makes a rich-voiced but wildly over-the-top Godunov...It's good to have the superlative treble Pavel Zubov as Boris's son Fyodor...Best... — More…
Four-act Italian version
Ramon Vargas (Don Carlo), Svetlana Kasyan (Elizabeth), Ildar Abdrazakov (Filippo II), Ludovic Tezier (Rodrigo), Daniela Barcellona (Princess Eboli) & Marco Spott (Grand Inquisitor)
Orchestra and Chorus of Teatro Regio, Torino, Gianandrea Noseda (conductor) & Hugo de Ana (director)
The most distinguished performances come from Svetlana Kasyan as Elisabetta, fine in appearance and with a command of the grand line; and Ilda Abdrazakov, an unusually warm portrayal of a torn... — More…
Orlin Anastassov (Boris), Alessandra Marianelli (Xenia), Pavel Zubov (Fyodor), Ian Storey (Grigory), Vladimir Vaneev (Pimen), Peter Bronder (Prince Shuisky), Vasily Ladjuk (Andrey Shchelkalov), Vladimir Matorin (Varlaam), Luca Casalin (Missail), Nadezhda Serdjuk (Innkeeper), Evgeny Akimov (Holy Fool),...
Carlo Allemano (Dario), Sara Mingardo (Statira), Delphine Galou (Argene), Riccardo Novaro (Niceno), Roberta Mameli (Alinda), Lucia Cirillo (Oronte), Veronica Cangemi (Arpago), Romina Tomasoni (Flora) & Cullen Candy (Ombra di Ciro/Oracolo di Apollo)
Orchestra del Teatro Regio di Torin, Ottavio...
[Dantone] draws idiomatic, sharply articulated playing from his crack ensemble. Outstanding among the cast are Sara Mingardo, who paints the role of Statira with an expressive palette of colours,... — More…
Rebeka Lokar (Turandot), Jorge de León (Calaf), Erika Grimaldi (Liù), In-Sung Sim (Timur)
Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Regio Torino, Gianandrea Noseda, Stefano Poda
The show forges its own hallucinatory logic and looks stylish…[but] it sometimes feels as if the singers themselves are inconvenient bit-parts…Noseda will be missed at Turin, as this punchy and... — More…
Barbara Frittoli, Lado Ataneli, Alessandro Liberatore, Maurizio Lo Piccolo & Nadežda Serdyuk
Orchestra And Chorus of The Teatro Regio di Torino, Gianandrea Noseda
Any version of this opera, no matter how impressive the settings, stands or falls on the two main protagonists and their series of duets. Frittoli is taxed by the high-lying phrases of the mirror... — More…