May 13, 2009

2009-10 European schedules

  • Amsterdam, Die Nederlandse Opera

  • season here highlights: Pierre Audi's production of Halévy's La Juive(Paris 2007) with Annick Massis and John Osborn (Léopold) conducted by Carlo Rizzi in September; Purcell's Dido and Aeneas conducted by William Christie, with Luca Pisaroni as Aeneas in late September/early October; Peter Konwitschny's production of Salomé (Nov.), Nikolaus Lehnhoff's take on Puccini's La Fanciulla del West (Dec.); Kaija Saariaho's Emilie with Karita Mattila (March 18 & 21); Audi's production of Berlioz's Les Troyens (April); Nikolaus Lehnhoff and Yannick Nézet-Séguin exploring Turandot (May); Anna Caterina Antonacci in Altre Stelle (May); René Jacobs conducting Conti's Don Chisciotte in Sierra Morena (June)
  • Barcelona, Gran Teatre del Liceu

  • see there, ticket sales start on July 13 BERLIN
  • Berlin, Deutsche Oper
    season online, premieres here

  • Berlin, Staatsoper Unter den Linden
    season here

  • Berlin, Komische Oper
    season here premieres: Rigoletto (Sept.20), Lear (Nov.22), Don Pasquale (Jan.31), Orlando (Feb.26), Fidelio (Apr.26), La Périchole (June 6)

  • Bologna, Teatro Comunale
    season here(pdf)

  • Brussels, Théâtre de la Monnaie

  • season here
    highlights: Christophe Rousset and Pierre Audi will present two Gluck's pieces: Iphigénie en Aulide and Iphigénie en Tauride (coproductions with Die Nederlandse Opera in Amsterdam) in December; Massenet's Don Quichotte will be directed by Laurent Pelly and conducted by Marc Minkowsky (Jose Van Dam will be Don Quichotte) in May
  • Copenhagen, Royal Danish Opera

  • See there
  • Dresden Semperoper see there premieres: La Traviata, Händel's Giulio Cesare In Egitto, Franz Schmidt 's Notre Dame and Gounod's Faust (June 2010)

  • Frankfurt, Oper
    season here, premieres there

  • Genève, Grand Théâtre
    season here highlights: Don Giovanni with Diana Damrau and Ildebrando d'Arcangelo (Dec.11 to 20); Joyce DiDonato and Gregoru Kunde in Rossini's La Donna del Lago (May 5 to 17)

  • Leipzig, Oper

  • season here
  • Madrid, Teatro Real
    pdf here highlights: I puritani (concert version) with Juan Diego Florez, April 29 and May 2; L'incoronazione di Poppea, William Christie conducting Les Arts Florissants, Philippe Jaroussky, M.E.Cencic and Danielle DeNiese (May 2010); Simon Boccanegra with Carlos Alvarez/Placido Domingo as Simon, Angela Gheorghiu/Inva Mula as Amelia, Ferrucio Furlanetto and Marcello Giordani (July 2010)

  • Milano, Teatro alla Scala

  • season here Highlight: Carmen to open the season (Dec.7 to 23) directed by Emma Dante, conducted by Daniel Barenboim, with Jonas Kaufmann (Don José) and Erwin Schrott (Escamillo)
  • Munich, Bayerische Staatsoper

  • season here PARIS
  • Opéra National de Paris first season of Nicolas Joël here, my comments there

  • Paris, Opéra Comique see there

  • Paris, Salle Pleyel calendar here
    highlights: Juan Diego Florez in March; Monteverdi's Poppée in May (William Christie, Danielle de Niese, Philippe Jaroussky, Max Emanuel Cencic); Netrebko in October; Gustavo Dudamel; Verdi's Requiem with Jonas Kaufman and Daniel Barenboim conducting the orchestra del Teatro alla Scala on Nov.15; Waltraud Meier; Purcell's King Arthur in January; Schumann's Genoveva in June

  • Paris, Théâtre des Champs Elysées see there

  • Strasbourg, Opéra du Rhin

  • season here
  • Toulouse, Théâtre du Capitole

  • season "hors les murs" here
  • Torino, Teatro Regio

  • season here
  • Vienna, Wiener Staatsoper

  • season here, premieres there


    Anonymous said...

    Patriia Ciofi et Leo Nucci en concert!!!

    Extatic said...

    (June 29)

    Also part of "Grandes Voces", Renée Fleming on Nov.12 and a Diana Damrau concert on Dec.23.

    Anonymous said...

    Interesting that they are doing a totally different production of Idomeneo (a Luc Bondy one with Paul Groves and Joyce DiDonato just finished). It looks as if I should fulfill my lifetime dream of going to Paris in June 2010 as there is lots going on then!

    Extatic said...

    And June is indeed a perfect time of year to discover Paris...

    Mary said...

    What about including the Budapest State Opera? I am going to Budapest next week, and I was surprised to learn how many productions there are to choose from: for example, Carmen, Aida, Midnight Summer's Dream both as a ballet and as an operetta, Mozart!, etc.