Verdi - La Traviata (DVD)
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Label: Opus Arte
Cat No: OA1171D
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 29th June 2015
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Verdi’s tragic masterpiece is
elegantly updated by director Tom Cairns in this ‘fresh and thrillingly
unfamiliar' (Independent) Glyndebourne production, in which Violetta’s
death is cast as an idée fixe, creating a liberating framework that is
well supported by Hildegard Bechtler’s semi-abstract designs.
Described as a soprano of ‘huge presence, compelling to watch’, Venera Gimadieva is ‘thrilling’ (Guardian) in her company debut as the doomed courtesan, well matched by Michael Fabiano’s sharply suited and ‘robustly-sung’ Alfredo (Financial Times), with Tassis Christoyannis delivering an imposing performance as the formidable Germont père.
Conductor Mark Elder reveals his mastery of the opera’s dramatic shape, coaxing each and every nuance out of the London Philharmonic Orchestra to create beautifully stylish music-making.
- Violetta Valéry: Venera Gimadieva
- Alfredo Germont: Michael Fabiano
- Giorgio Germont: Tassis Christoyannis
- Gastone de Letorières: Emanuele D’Aguanno
- Annina: Magdalena Molendowska
- Flora Bervoix: Hanna Hipp
- Baron Douphol: Eddie Wade
Stage Director: Tom Cairns
Recorded live at Glyndebourne Opera House, July 2014.
"... there can be no doubt of his [Mark Elder's] mastery of the opera’s dramatic shape and instrumental palette, flawlessly rendered by the London Philharmonic." - The Daily Telegraph
Running time: 132 minutes
Sound format: Dolby stereo/DTS Surround
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