G&S, at the Opera Australia at the Melbourne Arts Centre in 2005,
Here she is singing solo O mio babbino caro, [make that babbino with double b]
Singing with Bryn,
War songs concert, extraordinarily moving, similar to the one from last August,
Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868) – Tancredi
Melodramma eroico in due atti – Libretto by Gaetano Rossi.
Live recorded in Teatro Verdi – Trieste, January 2003
From the Vienna State Opera, 2011,
Anja Harteros: Alcina
Vesselina Kasarova: Ruggiero
Veronica Cangemi: Morgana
Kristina Hammarström: Bradamante
Alois Mühlbacher (St. Florianer Sängerknabe): Oberto
Benjamin Bruns: Oronte
Adam Plachetka: Melisso
Marc Minkowski: Conductor
Les Musiciens du Louvre – Grenoble
Adrian Noble: Stage Director
Anthony Ward: Set and Costume Designer
Vienna Philharmonic, of course, 2014 edition,
Gustavo Dudamel will conduct the 2017 concert, which does not exactly thrill me, as he cancelled prior commitments to conduct at Hugo Chávez’s funeral.
Merry Christmas, with a Medieval concert from Artajona, Spain,
Concert of the early music ensemble “ELFENTHAL” in the “medieval days of Artaxona 2013” (Navarre) with the program “The Return of the Kings”, performing, among others, songs of Alfonso X, Thibaut I of Navarre, or Henry VIII.
CANCIONES / SONGS
Hildegard von Bingen – Caritas abundat
Si habrá en este baldrés – Juan del Encina
Romance de don Gaiferos – Intrumento : Zanfona
A que por muy gran fremosura – Alfonso X
O magnum mysterium – Tomás Luis de Victoria
Mas vale trocar – Juan del Encina
Polorum Regina – Instrumento : Organistrum
Rabelada – Intrumento : Rabel
Si dolce è’l tormento – Claudio Monteverdi
Jançu Janto – Cancionero de palacio
Jota Sanabresa – Intrumento : Gaita medieval
Linked to by the Pirate’s cove.Thank you!
Moscow, 2006: The first concert of the “Hvorostovsky and Friends”.
From his official website:
A Statement from Dmitri’s Management, Askonas Holt
Having sung four very successful performances of La Traviata in Vienna, Dmitri is back in London.
Following an MRI scan, Dmitri has been advised by his doctors to remain in London for further treatment and rest. As a result, Dmitri must unfortunately withdraw from two performances of Don Carlo at the Bolshoi, which would have marked his operatic debut with the company.
Dmitri deeply regrets the situation but remains optimistic about his recovery and grateful for the support from his family, friends, colleagues, and fans. He looks forward to returning to the stage for the 10th anniversary of Hvorostovsky and Friends with Marcelo Álvarez on December 14 at Moscow’s State Kremlin Palace and on December 18 at St. Petersburg’s Oktyabrskiy Great Concert Hall. Further concert engagements include December 22 in Krasnoyarsk and December 28 in Ekaterinburg.
Bonus Dmitri &Renée, in St. Petersburg, 2009,
Leonora argues with Count di Luna. Silly girl!