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Ildiko Raimondi (soprano), Iveta Apkalna (organ), Gábor Boldoczki (trumpet)
Wiener Philharmoniker, Franz Welser-Möst
1997 - 2014: Beethoven, Wagner, Strauss
Johan Botha (tenor), Christian Gerhaher (Wolfram), Cheryl Studer (Elsa), James Rutherford (Sachs), Angela Denoke (Kundry), Marjana Lipovšek (Amme), Ricarda Merbeth (Daphne), Soile Isokoski (Ariadne), Valentina Nafornită (Najade), Rachel Frenkel (Dryade), Olga Bezsmertna (Echo), Daniela Fally (Zerbinetta)
The recorded sound is produced to a consistently pleasing quality, and one does sense the special atmosphere of the live performance. Live at Wiener Staatsoper, this first-rate collection is... — More…
Nina Stemme (Sieglinde), Johan Botha (Siegmund) & Ain Anger (Hunding)
Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper, Franz Welser-Möst
Botha's technical security and breath control are undeniable...but I find his basic sound constricted and uneven, stronger at the top than in the baritonal reaches...[Stemme] is the main vocal... — More…
Piotr Beczala (the Prince), Camilla Nylund (Rusalka), Emily Magee (Foreign princess), Alan Held (Water Goblin), Birgit Remmert (Ježibaba), Adam Plachetka (Gamekeeper), Eva Liebau (The Turnspit), Daniel Schmutzhard (Huntsman), Anna Prohaska (first Dryad), Stephanie Atanasov (2nd Dryad) & Hannah...
Ferruccio Furlanetto (Leporello), Edita Gruberova (Donna Anna), Thomas Hampson (Don Giovanni), Ildikó Raimondi (Zerlina), Michael Schade (Don Ottavio), Soile Isokoski (Donna Elvira) Ferruccio Furlanetto (Leporello), Boaz Daniel (Masetto), Soile Isokoski (Marschallin), Angelika Kirchschlager (Octavian)
Last November the Vienna State Opera celebrated the 50th anniversary of the house's re-opening after the damage of the war had been repaired. The gala concert included extracts from all the... — More…
There is a beautiful control of line and length of phrase in the Swede’s singing [of the final scene of Siegfried], together with a beyond fearless placing of the tessitura – a special performance,... — More…