1. Accademia Teatro alla Scala | Don Pasquale (G.Donizetti)

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    Sarcasmi e intrighi ai danni di Don Pasquale, ricco scapolo settantenne che vuole a tutti i costi far sposare il nipote, innamorato della giovane Norina, con una nobile e facoltosa “zitella”. Nella irresistibile commedia di Donizetti non manca una sottile vena sentimentale e di saggezza popolare tinta di rosa: “Il marito vede e tace,/quando parla non s’ascolta”. Lo spettacolo viene dal Maggio Musicale Fiorentino ed è firmato da Jonathan Miller, figura poliedrica del teatro anglosassone: regista, scrittore, comico, attore, presentatore, scultore e medico. Una regia fresca e brillante per l’annuale spettacolo dell’Accademia della Scala, nel quale tutti gli allievi si mettono alla prova per presentare al pubblico un prodotto all’altezza degli spettacoli che calcano il palcoscenico scaligero. Don Pasquale di Gaetano Donizetti Progetto Accademia Direttore, Enrique Mazzola Regia, Jonathan Miller Scene e costumi, Isabella Bywater Luci, Jvan Morandi Don Pasquale Michele Pertusi (30 giugno; 3, 6, 9, 12, 14 luglio) - Nicola Alaimo (4, 10, 13 luglio) Malatesta Christian Senn (30 giugno; 3, 6, 9, 12, 14 luglio) - Filippo Polinelli (4, 10, 13 luglio) Ernesto Celso Albelo (30 giugno; 3 luglio) - Leonardo Cortellazzi (4, 10, 13 luglio) - Shalva Mukeria (6, 9, 12, 14 luglio) Norina Pretty Yende (30 giugno; 3, 6, 9, 12, 14 luglio) - Ludmilla Bauerfeldt (4, 10 luglio) - Letitia Nicoleta Vitelaru (13 luglio) Un notaro Mikeil Kiria Allievi dell'Academia di Arti e Mestieri del Teatro alla Scala

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    • A Conversation with Angela Meade

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      Adventures in Italian Opera with Fred Plotkin A Conversation with Angela Meade Starring at the Met in "Anna Bolena" and "Ernani" Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò New York University October 25, 2011

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      • Adam Holcomb, "Una Furtiva Lagrima"

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        "Una Furtiva Lagrima" by Donizetti from the opera L'Esir d'Amore. This was recorded at an orchestral rehearsal with the Hattiesburg Symphony

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        • Adina/Dulcamara duet from Glee-lixer of Love, Directed/Adapted by Sara Widzer

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          Duet from Glee-lixer of Love, FSU Opera Outreach 2011 Production. Based on G. Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore, set in a fictional Tallahassee high school where Adina is the captain of the school glee club and Dr. Duclamara is all knowing, ever helpful janitor. Adapted and Directed by Sara Widzer Andriew Hiers as Dulcamara Leigh Tomlinson as Adina.

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          • Ah! mes amis, quel jour de fête! (La Fille du Regiment by Donizetti)

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            Tonio, a Tyrolese peasant in love with Marie, sings this song in order to join the military and to be with Marie ========================== Ah! mes amis, quel jour de fête! Ah, my friends, what a day for celebrating! Je vais marcher sous vos drapeaux. I shall march under your flags. L'amour qui m'a tourné la tête Love, which has turned my head, Désormais, désormais, me rend un héros. from now on is making me into a hero. Ah! quel bonheur oui mes amis Ah, what happiness, yes my friends Je vais marcher sous vos drapeaux. I shall march under your flags. Oui, celle pour qui je respire, Yes, she for whom I live and breathe A mes voeux a daigné sourire has deigned to smile upon my vows. Et ce doux espoir de bonheur And this sweet hope of happiness Trouble ma raison et mon coeur! has shaken my mind and my heart. Ah! mes amis, quel jour de fête! Ah, my friends, what a day for celebrating! Je vais marcher sous vos drapeaux. I shall march under your flags. Pour mon âme (for my soul) Quel destin! (what a destiny) J'ai sa flamme, (I have her flame) Et j'ai sa main! (and I have her hand) Jour prospère! (the day prosper) Me voici (here I am) Militaire, (in the militaire) Et Marie! (and Marie)

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            • Ah, nel cuor mi suona un grido” from Donizetti’s Gemma di Vergy

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              • Amanda Key sings Norina's Aria, "Quel guardo il Cavaliere"

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                Amanda Key sings Norina's Aria, "Quel guardo il Cavaliere" by Donizetti from Don Pasquale. This is a production of the International Belcanto Academy in the Netherlands.

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                • Angela Gheorghiu/Placido Domingo - L'elisir d'amore: Caro elisir - Concert in Turku 1992

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                  Angela Gheorghiu/Placido Domingo - L'elisir d'amore: Caro elisir - Turku 1992 Eugene Kohn - conductor Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/angelagheorghiuofficial Official website: http://www.angelagheorghiu.com Twitter official page: http://www.twitter.com/angelagheorghiu Superstar Angela Gheorghiu, the most glamorous and gifted opera singer of our time, was born in Adjud, Romania. From early childhood it was obvious that her destiny was music. Gheorghiu made her international debut in 1992 at Royal Opera, Covent Garden (Mimì, La Bohème), at the Metropolitan Opera, and at the Vienna State Opera. It was in the Royal Opera, Covent Garden that she first sang her much acclaimed La Traviata in 1994, when the BBC cleared out its schedules to broadcast the opera. Her first exclusive recording contract was in 1995 with Decca. The second was in 1998 with EMI, for whom she made several recordings released on CD and DVD. The latest releases include the complete opera recordings of L'Amico Fritz by Pietro Mascagni and Fedora by Umberto Giordano (both with Deutsche Grammophon), the live performance of La Rondine at the Metropolitan Opera (2009), as well as Faust from Royal Opera House (2004), released on DVD by EMI Classics in 2011. Adriana Lecouvreur (a Royal Opera production recorded in 2010) was released on DVD in 2012. Having always earned spectacular reviews on her career, Gheorghiu was honored with La Medaille Vermeille de la Ville de Paris and was appointed an Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres and Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture and by her native country Romania. In December 2010 she was awarded the honorific title of Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Arts in Iasi (Romania) and the Star of Romania, the highest decoration given by the by the President of Romania. In 2012 she received the Nihil Sine Deo royal decoration from HRH King Michael I of Romania.

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                  • An Introduction to Wexford Festival Opera

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                    Treasure is found in the most unlikely places…. For sixty years now many hundreds of thousands of people have made a pilgrimage to Wexford Festival Opera in search of buried operatic treasure. Wexford is a charming seaside town on Ireland’s southeast coast and since 1951 this town has hosted what has become known as one of the world’s most remarkable festivals. Wexford Festival Opera prides itself in giving new life to unjustly neglected operas, introducing artists and audiences to the forgotten masterpieces. And it does this in high quality productions which annually delight both critics and audiences alike. But far from being satisfied with presenting three productions each year, also on offer is a packed programme of morning events, lunchtime concerts, afternoon ShortWorks and recitals and late night revues. As if this wasn’t enough, a vibrant Fringe Festival offers everything from art exhibitions through to singing and swinging pubs And throughout all this, there is the remarkable camaraderie engendered by the warmth and intimacy of Wexford town itself. From the brand new Wexford Opera House seating just over 770, the 350 strong volunteer corps ready to welcome you to Wexford, to the hotels, bars and restaurants along the High, Main, and side streets of this Viking town, Wexford is a town which is truly taken over by the Festival. There’s something in the air that quickens everyone’s pulse – a common heartbeat of expansive good feeling and heightened sensibility that brings people back to Wexford again and again. The Wexford Festival Opera has been running since 1951, playing a central role in the cultural life of Ireland, in the world of Opera and Arts internationally. From small and humble beginnings it has achieved world-wide success and critical acclaim by demonstrating passion, innovation and a willingness to lead audiences and artists into neglected territories to explore the rich vein of operatic work worldwide.

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                    • Anna Bolena at the Met with Anna Netrebko (Mad Scene)

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                      Anna Netrebko singing "Coppia iniqua" in the Mad Scene of the Metropolitan Opera production, 2011 of Donizetti's Anna Bolena. To be telecast as part of the Met in HD Series. Downloaded with permission from The Met as part of our preview. Full details in Berkshire on Stage http://wp.me/pT8Qm-3Ax

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