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Video-on-Demand: The Drama of Tosca

Online auf www.operaphila.org ansehenOpera PhiladelphiaAufgenommen am Opera Philadelphia Channel, Philadelphia, PA, Vereinigte Staaten
Pay-per-View
Datum/Zeit in Ihrer Zeitzone
On-Demand bis Donnerstag 27 Oktober 2022 23:59
Programm
Puccini, Giacomo (1858-1924)ToscaLibretto von Luigi Illica, Giuseppe Giacosa
Darsteller
Opera Philadelphia
Corrado RovarisDirigent
Gregory BoyleRegisseur
Francesco MicheliDramaturg
Erika NatatiAssistant Dramaturg
Ana María MartínezSopranFloria Tosca
Brian JagdeTenorMario Cavaradossi
Quinn KelseyBaritonBaron Scarpia
Alex RamirezKnabensopranShepherd Boy (Pastore)
Charlotte Blake AlstonErzähler
Opera Philadelphia Orchestra
Opera Philadelphia Chorus
Elizabeth BradenChorleitung

In this concert film, capturing a live performance from May 2021, the tragic tale of Floria Tosca takes on a completely new dimension. Seen through the eyes of an omniscient narrator and focusing on the three main characters, this innovative version of Puccini’s beloved work bridges opera and storytelling, highlighting major themes from the original.

Grammy-winning soprano Ana María Martínez received audience and critical acclaim in her title role debut, with Opera News raving “her rich upper voice and flaming high notes rang out handsomely.” Tenor Brian Jagde is “a robust Cavaradossi” (Philadelphia Inquirer), while baritone Quinn Kelsey is “a Scarpia for the ages” (Parterre Box). The three principals are joined by narrator Charlotte Blake Alston and the Opera Philadelphia Chorus and Orchestra led by Jack Mulroney Music Director Corrado Rovaris.

The piece is a dedication to all who, as Tosca sings in the famous aria “Vissi d’arte,” devote themselves to art, particularly in challenging times.


How to purchase:  The Drama of Tosca is now available on-demand with a Channel subscription or with a seven-day rental for $20. 

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