Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg

CD album cover 'Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg' (GEN 85516) with Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt ...

GEN 85516 EAN: 4260036255164

31.10.2005 Special offer
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Do you like arias? So much that you already know every piece on this CD?
Nevertheless, these new versions are well worth hearing! We present a selection of the most beautiful and well-known arias, chosen and performed by the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg in cooperation with the Radio Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB) and the Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt.
Composer Siegfried Matthus ushered the muses back to historic Rheinsberg in 1990 when founding the festival there. Since then, hes led groups of young, ambitious opera singers every summer. Singers are carefully chosen from a field of over 500 applicants. Major works are performed before audiences who faithfully return each year. All this takes place in atmosphere no stage designer could ever create the Heckentheater, an attraction in itself in the midst of a splendid park. The rebuilt Schlosstheater forms part of the historical compound made up of the castle and Kavalierhaus with a surprisingly modern auditorium within. Nearly 20,000 visitors a year experience unforgettable evenings of opera in a romantic summer setting.




Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt
Heribert Beissel conductor

Do you like arias? So much that you already know every piece on this CD?
Nevertheless, these new versions are well worth hearing! We present a selection of the most beautiful and well-known arias, chosen and performed by the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg in cooperation with the Radio Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB) and the Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt.
Composer Siegfried Matthus ushered the muses back to historic Rheinsberg in 1990 when founding the festival there. Since then, hes led groups of young, ambitious opera singers every summer. Singers are carefully chosen from a field of over 500 applicants. Major works are performed before audiences who faithfully return each year. All this takes place in atmosphere no stage designer could ever create the Heckentheater, an attraction in itself in the midst of a splendid park. The rebuilt Schlosstheater forms part of the historical compound made up of the castle and Kavalierhaus with a surprisingly modern auditorium within. Nearly 20,000 visitors a year experience unforgettable evenings of opera in a romantic summer setting.




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Tracklist

  1. A. Adam
    Der Postillon von Lonjumeau
    "Freunde, vernehmet die Geschichte"
  2. G. Rossini
    Der barbier von Sevilla
    "La calunnia"
  3. G. Rossini
    La Cenerentola
    "Nacqui all`affano"
  4. J. Massenet
    Herodiade
    "Vision figutive"
  5. G. Puccini
    La Boheme
    "Si. Mi chiamano Mimi"
  6. G. Donizetti
    Lucia di Lammermoor
    "Fra poco a me ricovere"
  7. G. Verdi
    Rigoletto
    "Cortigiani, vil razza dannata"
  8. G. Puccini
    Madame Butterfly
    "Un bel di vedremo"
  9. G. Verdi
    Don Carlos
    "Elle ne m`aime pas"
  10. V. Bellini
    Norma
    "Casta Diva"
  11. "Deh! con te li prendi"

Do you like arias? So much that you already know every piece on this CD?
Nevertheless, these new versions are well worth hearing! We present a selection of the most beautiful and well-known arias, chosen and performed by the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg in cooperation with the Radio Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB) and the Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt.
Composer Siegfried Matthus ushered the muses back to historic Rheinsberg in 1990 when founding the festival there. Since then, hes led groups of young, ambitious opera singers every summer. Singers are carefully chosen from a field of over 500 applicants. Major works are performed before audiences who faithfully return each year. All this takes place in atmosphere no stage designer could ever create the Heckentheater, an attraction in itself in the midst of a splendid park. The rebuilt Schlosstheater forms part of the historical compound made up of the castle and Kavalierhaus with a surprisingly modern auditorium within. Nearly 20,000 visitors a year experience unforgettable evenings of opera in a romantic summer setting.