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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Mass in C Minor, KV 427

Regula Mühlemann, soprano
Juliette Mey, mezzo-soprano
Jan Petryka, tenor
Yasushi Hirano, bass

Il Canto di Orfeo, Les Musiciens du Prince — Monaco
Gianluca Capuano, Musical Director

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Henry Purcell: King Arthur

Marie-Sophie Pollak, Soprano
Florian Götz, Baritone

Christoph, von Bernuth, Regie
Stephanie Twiehaus, Dramaturgie
Linn Reusse, Schauspielerin
Elias Arens, Schauspieler
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin
Justin Doyle, Conductor

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Richard Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

Georg Zeppenfeld, Hans Sachs, Schuster
Günther Groissböck, Veit Pogner, Goldschmied
Wolfgang Koch, Sixtus Beckmesser, Schreiber
Martin Häßler, Fritz Kothner, Bäcker
David Butt Philip, Walther von Stolzing, ein junger Ritter aus Franken
Michael Laurenz, David, Sachsens Lehrbube
Hanna-Elisabeth Müller, Eva, Pogners Tochter
Christina Bock, Magdalene, Evas Amme
Nikita Ivasechko, Hermann Ortel

Philippe Jordan, Musical Director
Keith Warner, Director
Boris Kudlička, Staging
Kaspar Glarner, Costumes
John Bishop, Lighting
Akhila Krishnan, Video
Karl Alfred Schreiner, Choreography
Katharina Kastening, Production

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Andrey Zhilikhovsky, Graf Almaviva
Verity Wingate, Gräfin Almaviva
Siobhan Stagg, Susanna
Peter Kellner, Figaro
Patricia Nolz, Cherubina
Ulrike Helzel, Marcellina
Tijl Faveyts, Bartolo
Ivan Turšić, Basilio
Jens Larsen, Antonio
Georgy Kudrenko, Cherubino
Nikita Kukushkin, Alter Ego des Grafen
Nikita Elenev, Alter Ego Figaros


James Gaffigan, conductor
Kirill Serebrennikov, stage director | stage | costumes
Evgeny Kulagin, choreography

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Christoph Willibald Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice: Ouverture
Ludwig van Beethoven: Concert for piano and orchestra Nr. 4 G-Major op. 58
Robert Schumann: Symphony Nr. 3 Es-Dur op. 97 »Rheinische«

Kammerakademie Potsdam
Antonello Manacorda, Conductor
Kirill Gerstein, Piano

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Henry Purcell: King Arthur

Marie-Sophie Pollak, Soprano
Florian Götz, Baritone

Christoph, von Bernuth, Regie
Stephanie Twiehaus, Dramaturgie
Linn Reusse, Schauspielerin
Elias Arens, Schauspieler
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin
Justin Doyle, Conductor

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Jules Massenet: Manon

Elbenita Kajtazi, Manon Lescaut
Pene Pati, Der Chevalier Des Grieux
Kartal Karagedik, Lescaut
Tigran Martirossian, Der Graf Des Grieux
Daniel Kluge, Guillot-Morfontaine
Alexey Bogdanchikov, von Brétigny
Narea Son, Poussette
Kady Evanyshyn, Javotte
Ida Aldrian, Rosette
David Minseok Kang, Der Wirt
Aaron Godfrey-Mayes, Gardist 1
Grzegorz Pelutis, Gardist 2

Giedré Šlekyté, Musical direction
David Bösch, Director
Patrick Bannwart, Sets
Falko Herold, Costumes
Michael Bauer, Lighting
Detlef Giese, Dramaturgy
Eberhard Friedrich, Chorus Master

Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
Chor der Hamburgischen Staatsoper

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Christoph Willibald Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice: Ouverture
Ludwig van Beethoven: Concert for piano and orchestra Nr. 4 G-Major op. 58
Robert Schumann: Symphony Nr. 3 Es-Dur op. 97 »Rheinische«

Kammerakademie Potsdam
Antonello Manacorda, Conductor
Kirill Gerstein, Piano

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Dmitri Shostakovich: The Nose

Boris Pinkhasovich, Platon Kusmič Kovaljov
Sergei Leiferkus, Ivan Jakovlevič
Laura Aikin, Praskovja Osipovna
Andrey Popov, Chief of Police
Sergey Skorokhodov, Ivan
Anton Rositskiy, the nose
Stanislav Kuflyuk, Lackey of the Countess
Andrii Goniukov, Official of the advertising department

Vladimir Jurowski, conductor
Kirill Serebrennikov, staging, stage and costumes
Evgeny Kulagin, co-staging

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito KV 621

Jeremy Ovenden, Tito
Anna Malesza-Kutny, Vitellia
Anna Goryachova, Sesto
Maria Warenberg, Annio
Sarah Yang, Servilia
Justin Hopkins, Publio

Thomas Hengelbrock, Musical Director
Camerata Salzburg
Arnold Schönberg Chor (Choir direction: Erwin Ornter)

Milo Rau, Direction
Anton Lukas , Scenography
Ottavia Castellotti, Costume design
Moritz von Dungern, Video design
Jürgen Klob, Light design
Giacomo Bisordi, Clara Pon, Dramaturgy

In Milo Rau’s first opera treatment, Emperor Tito’s well-wishing commitment degenerates into a strategy of sheer self-preservation, an empty revolutionary platitude. Together with eighteen people who live in Vienna and have partly themselves experienced repressive regimes, the Camerata Salzburg and the Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Rau undertakes an actualisation of Mozart’s last opera. While crowds of displaced persons are eking out their existence in a trailer park ghetto outside of the palace walls, the social elite are celebrating their own benevolence. Is it possible for political art to change the world? Or does it, in fact, only reinforce the status quo? The Festwochen artistic director’s controversial Mozart interpretation calls convenient social commitment into question while at the same time paying homage to the people of Vienna.

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