Feb 25, 2009

TCE 2009-10


The website of the Théâtre des Champs Elysées may not be updated yet, but I've received by mail the program of next season. The operas that will be staged are:
  • Weill's Die Sieben Todsünden (Jérémie Rohrer conducting, with Angelika Kirschschlager, Sept.2009)
  • Rossini's La Cenerentola (Michael Güttler conducting the Concerto Köln, with Elina Garanca, Stéphane Degout and Ildebrando D'Arcangelo, Irina Brooks' direction, feb.2010)
  • Verdi's Falstaff (Daniele Gatti conducting the Orchestre National de France, with Anna Caterina Antonacci, Mario Martone's production, march 2010)
  • Cavalli's La Calisto (Christophe Rousset conducting Les Talens Lyriques, with Sophie Karthäuser and Véronique Gens, Mai 2010)
  • Handael's Semele (Christophe Rousset again, with Danielle De Niese, Richard Croft and Viviva Genaux, in a David Mc Vicar's production, june/july 2010)
Also worth noticing:
  • Berg's Wozzeck (concert version, Oct.6) with Simon Keenlyside, Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra
  • Wagner's Tristan und Isolde (concert version, Nov.5 and 7) with Waltraud Meier & Daniel Harding conducting the Malher Chamber Orchestra
  • Puccini's La Bohème (concert version, Dec.15) with Anja Harteros and Joseph Calleja, Asher Fisch conducting the Orchestra of the Munich Staatsoper
  • A concert of Cecilia Bartoli (Nov.22) and Annick Massis (Dec.4)
  • And last but not least, Riccardo Muti will direct two performances: Beethoven's 3rd with the Philharmonia Orchestra (March 24, 2010) and a Ravel/Ginastera/De Falla concert with the Orchestre National de France on Jan.15
Until the new season appears online, one can ask for more detailed information by leaving a comment.

3 comments:

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