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Mozart Week - Concert

Le nozze di Figaro

Felsenreitschule

24/01/2020 19:30 h

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Performers

  • Cappella Andrea Barca
  • Arnold Schönberg Choir (Choir )
  • Sir András Schiff (Conductor/Continuo )
  • Rolando Villazón (Scenic setting )
  • Davy Cunningham (Light )
  • Florian Boesch (Conte di Almaviva (Baritone) )
  • Christiane Karg (Contessa di Almaviva (Soprano) )
  • Regula Mühlemann (Susanna (Soprano) )
  • Julien van Mellaerts (Figaro (Baritone) )
  • Angela Brower (Cherubino (Mezzo soprano) )
  • Marie McLaughlin (Marcellina (Soprano) )
  • Angelo Pollak (Don Basilio, Don Curzio (Tenor) )
  • Maurizio Muraro (Don Bartolo, Antonio (Bass) )
  • Julia Lezhneva (Barberina (Soprano) )

Program

Mozart

Le nozze di Figaro K. 492

Le nozze di Figaro with András Schiff conducting his Cappella Andrea Barca while playing continuo – in a concert performance scrupulously adapted by Rolando Villazón for staging in the Felsenreitschule. This is the prelude to a series of da Ponte operas conducted by Sir András, who has at his disposal his illustrious ideal cast. Mitsuko Uchida continues the intimate concert series begun in 2019 with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra; oboist François Leleux is accompanied by the Chamber Orchestra of Europe; with their period instrument ensembles and outstanding voices, Christina Pluhar and Andrea Marcon perform sacred music works both great and small, well- and lesser-known. Finally, under Daniel Harding, Andreas Ottensamer concludes the Mozart Week with the Clarinet Concerto, linking this year’s programme, with its emphasis on wind music, with that of next year, which focuses on the voice – anticipated by mezzo-soprano Tara Erraught