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Robert Gambill (Tristan), Nina Stemme (Isolde), Katarina Karnéus (Brangäne), Bo Skovhus (Kurwenal), René Pape (König Marke), Stephen Gadd (Melot), Timothy Robinson (Hirt/Junger Seemann)
The Glyndebourne Chorus & London Philharmonic Orchestra, Jirí Belohlávek, Nikolaus Lehnhoff
Stemme's fiery Irish princess is even finer than on the Domingo CD… Gambill's burly Tristan projects a darker, more resigned intensity… Pape's black-voiced Marke rightly dominates the stage…... — More…
Bo Skovhus, Dénise Beck, Michael Weinius, Andrea Pellegrini, Gert Henning-Jensen, Palle Knudsen & Mathias Hedegaard
Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Michael Shønwandt
Inventive energy abounds, along with a smiling lyricism that shows more than skin-deep affinity with Nielsen. Reminders of Puccini and Strauss occasionally surface, but not so strongly as to... — More…
Ramón Vargas (Don Carlos), Alastair Miles (Philippe II), Bo Skovhus (Rodrigue), Nadja Michael (La Princesse Eboli), Iano Tamar (Elisabeth de Valois), Simon Yang (Le Grand Inquisiteur), Cornelia Salje (Thibault), Dan Paul Dumitrescu (Un Moine), Benedikt Kobel (Le Compte de Lerme), Inna Los (Un Voix...
This is an issue of major importance, which all lovers of Verdi should acquire, since it will enable them to hear about 45 minutes of his most mature music which is otherwise not available…... — More…
Ronald Hamilton (Orpheus), Dunja Vejzovic (Eurydice), Celina Lindsley (Psyche), Cornelia Kallisch (First Fury), Gabriele Schreckenbach (Second Fury), Jutta Geister (Third Fury), Hans Franzen (A Drunk), Wilfried Gahmlich (A Sailor) & Bo Skovhus (Fool)
RSO Wien & ORF-Chor, Pinchas Steinberg
The score’s big moments are well in hand under Pinchas Steinberg, though voices and orchestra maintain an aural distance…this recording is a mixed blessing, but without it we might never know... — More…
Cheryl Studer (Hanna Glawari), Barbara Bonney (Valencienne), Bryn Terfel (Baron Mirko Zeta), Boje Skovhus (Danilo Danilowitsch), Rainer Trost (Camille de Rosillon), Heinz Zednik (Njegus)
The Monteverdi Choir, Vienna Philharmonic, John Eliot Gardiner
This is a truly great operetta interpretation.
Gardiner's approach is on an altogether more inspired plane than his rivals. In the Viennese rhythms, he shows himself utterly at home – as in the... — More…
Bo Skovhus (Don Giovanni), Kyle Ketelsen (Leporello), David Bizic (Masetto), Colin Balzer (Don Ottavio), Kristine Opolais (Donna Elvira), Kerstin Avemo (Zerlina) & Anatoli Kotscherga (Il Commandatore)
English Voices & Freiburger Barockorchester, Louis Langrée
Tcherniakov's reading gives depth to a drama too often tripped up by creaking period theatrical conceits...Skovhus is electrifying in the lead role as he pivots from roaring malevolence to whispered... — More…
Bo Skovhus (König Lear), Katja Pieweck (Goneril), Hellen Kwon (Regan), Siobhan Stagg (Cordelia) & Erwin Leder (Narr)
Philharmoniker Hamburg & Chor der Staatsoper Hamburg, Simone Young (conductor) & Karoline Gruber (stage director)
Their Lear's score is based on quick-moving accompanied recitative with underlaying or interposed instrumental mood and atmospheric descriptions...The energy and pace of the Reimann bear witness... — More…
Bo Skovhus, Raymond Very, Manuela Uhl, Simon Pauly, Stephen Bronk & Paul Kaufmann
Das Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Jacques Lacombe
Waltershausen knows his Ring and Elekra but he doesn't ride on their style...CPO presents a live recording from what the booklet shows to be a semi-staging at the Deutsche Oper...Everyone deserves... — More…
Bo Skovhus, Janusz Monarcha, Adrianne Pieczonka, Torsten Kerl, Regina Schörg, Renato Girolami, Boaz Daniel & Ildikó Raimondi
Hungarian Radio Chorus & Nicolaus Estherházy Sinfonia, Michael Halász