Estados Unidos

  • Estados Unidos 16/01/2018

    Luisotti versus Alagna y Semenchuk

    The Metropolitan Opera House. Pietro Mascagni, Cavalleria Rusticana. Ruggero Leoncavallo, I Pagliacci. Dirección escénica: David McVicar. Escenografía: Rae Smith. Iluminación: Paule Constable. Vestuario: Moritz Junge. Coreografía: Andrew George. Vodevil: Emil Wolk. Ekaterina Semenchuk (Santuzza), Roberto Alagna (Turiddu), George Gagnidze (Alfio), Rihab Chaieb (Lola) y Jane Bunnell (Lucia). Roberto Alagna (Canio/Pagliaccio), Danielle Piston (Nedda/Colombina), George Gagnidze (Tonio/Taddeo), Alessandro Arduini (Silvio) y Andrew Bidlack (Beppe/Arlecchino). The Orchestra & Chorus of the Metropolitan Opera House. Dirección musical: Nicola Luisotti.
    Enrique Sacau 16/01/2018
  • Estados Unidos 14/10/2017

    Rodriguez, Shaw y Prokofiev: Música para chicos y mayores

    Carnegie Hall. Robert Xavier Rodriguez: The Dot and the Line (estreno neoyorquino). Caroline Shaw: The Mountain That Loved a Bird (estreno mundial). Sergei Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf. John Lithgow, locutor. Orquesta de Saint Luke, director: Edwin Outwater
  • Estados Unidos 12/08/2017

    Santa Fe Opera 5: Grand Conclusions

    Santa Fe Opera. Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor. Ron Daniels, director. Brenda Rae (Lucia), Zachary Nelson (Enrico), Mario Chang (Edgardo), Christian Van Horn (Raimondo), Sarah Coit (Alisa), Carlos Santelli (Arturo) and Stephen Martin (Normanno). Chorus and Orchestra of the Santa Fe Opera. Corrado Rovaris, conductor
    Jesse Simon 24/08/2017
  • Estados Unidos 09/08/2017

    Santa Fe Opera 4: Dodon’s Downfall

    Santa Fe Opera. Rimsky-Korsakov: The Golden Cockerel. Paul Curran, director. Tim Mix (Tsar Dodon), Venera Gimadieva (Queen of Shemakha), Kevin Burdette (General Polkan), Meredith Arwady (Amelfa), Barry Banks (Astrologer), Kasia Borowiec (Cockerel), Richard Smagur (Prince Gvidon), Jorge Espino (Prince Afron), Adam Bonanni (First Boyar) and Simon Dyer (Second Boyar). Chorus and Orchestra of the Santa Fe Opera. Emmanuel Villaume, conductor
    Jesse Simon 18/08/2017
  • Estados Unidos 04/08/2017

    Santa Fe Opera 3: Dots Connected

    Santa Fe Opera. The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs. Music by Mason Bates. Libretto by Mark Campbell. Kevin Newbury, director. Edward Parks (Steve Jobs), Sasha Cooke (Laurene Powell Jobs), Jessica E. Jones (Chrisann Brennan), Garrett Sorenson (Steve Wozniak), Wei Wu (Kōbun Chino Otogawa), Kelly Markgraf (Paul Jobs), Mariya Kaganskaya (Teacher), Jonah Sorensen (Young Steve Jobs). Chorus and Orchestra of the Santa Fe Opera. Michael Christie, conductor
    Jesse Simon 14/08/2017