Jesse Simon

Comenzó a escribir en Mundoclasico.com el martes, 21 de mayo de 2013. En estos 5 años ha escrito 177 artículos.

  • Alemania 26/05/2018

    The Farewell, Part One

    All things eventually come to an end. Over the course of the next month, Sir Simon Rattle will mark the conclusion of his sixteen years as chief conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic with a series of concerts designed, it would seem, to provide an encapsulated overview of his tenure. Perhaps fittingly, the programmes will be skewed toward the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
    21/06/2018
  • Alemania 02/04/2018

    The Redeemer Reconsidered

    When Dmitri Tcherniakov’s production of Parsifal opened in 2015, it was greeted with outrage and adulation in roughly equal measure. Three years later, it has established itself as a fixture of the Staatsoper’s Festtage, and a reliable highlight of the Easter season in Berlin. The staging itself has grown no less unsettling in the intervening years; with each viewing, one comes away with an ever-greater appreciation of the degree to which Mr Tcherniakov has confronted the most problematic aspects of what may be Wagner’s most thematically thorny opera
    18/04/2018
  • Alemania 27/03/2018

    From the Beginning

    Konzerthaus Berlin. Adam’s Passion by Robert Wilson and Arvo Pärt. Pärt: Sequentia; Adam’s Lament; Tabula rasa; Miserere. Robert Wilson, director. Konzerthausorchester Berlin. Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir. Tönu Kaljuste, conductor
    13/04/2018
  • Alemania 25/03/2018

    A Tale of Two Cities

    Staatsoper Unter den Linden. Verdi: Falstaff. Mario Martone, director. Michael Volle (Sir John Falstaff), Alfredo Daza (Ford), Francesco Demuro (Fenton), Jürgen Sacher (Dr Caius), Stephan Rügamer (Bardolfo), Jan Martiník (Pistola), Barbara Frittoli (Alice Ford), Nadine Sierra (Nannetta), Daniela Barcellona (Quickly), Katharina Kammerloher (Meg Page). Staatskapelle Berlin. Daniel Barenboim, conductor
    05/04/2018
  • Alemania 18/03/2018

    Minor Miracles

    The story, in which all characters except Heliane are identified solely by their function, takes place in an unspecified distant realm where joy and laughter have been forbidden by the King. When a stranger arrives bringing happiness to the people he is soon arrested and sentenced to death, but is offered a last-minute reprieve if he can convince the King’s wife, Heliane, to love the King.
    29/03/2018