STRAUSS, R.: Rosenkavalier (Der) (Semperoper Dresden, 2007)


 

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Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59, TrV 227
Libretto/Text Author: Hofmannsthal, Hugo von
Conductor: Luisi, Fabio

Der Baron Ochs: Rydl, Kurt
Die Feldmarschallin: Schwanewilms, Anne
Herr von Faninal: Ketelsen, Hans-Joachim
Marianne: Brohm, Sabine
Octavian: Vondung, Anke
Poliziekommissar: Commichau, Jurgen
Sophie: Mori, Maki

Set/Stage Designer: Schubiger, Christoph
Costume Designer: Karge, Jessica
Lighting Designer: Schmadicke, Christoph
Lighting Designer: Seeger, Jan
Stage Director: Laufenberg, Uwe Eric
Television Director: Yoshida, Eiji

Date of Production: 27-11-2007
Venue: NHK Hall, Tokyo
Playing Time: 03:32:28
Catalogue Number: EUROARTS5691
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Synopsis

The Semperoper caused a sensation in November 2007 when it visited Japan for the first time in twenty-six years. The demand for tickets and the audience's enthusiasm were unprecedented, not least because the company was staging a piece that is performed more authentically in Dresden than anywhere else in the world: Richard Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier, which received its first performance in Dresden in 1911. Leading the ensemble was the radiant-voiced and profoundly thoughtful Marschallin of Anne Schwanenwilms, a singer described by The Independent as "one of the greatest singers on the operatic stage today."

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