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Guillaume Tell

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NationaltheaterMúnich, Bayern, Alemania
2020 mayo 17 18:00, mayo 21 19:00, mayo 24 19:00
Intérpretes
Bayerische Staatsoper
Antonino FoglianiDirector
Antú Romero NunesDirector de escena
Florian LöscheDiseño de escena
Annabelle WittDiseño de vestuario
Gerald FinleyBarítonoGuillaume Tell (William)
Salome JiciaSopranoMathilde
Michael SpyresTenorArnold Melchthal
Jennifer JohnstonMezzosopranoHedwige
Evgeniya SotnikovaSopranoJemmy
Luca TittotoBarítonoGesler
Kevin ConnersTenorRodolphe
Petr NekoranecTenorRuodi
Bálint SzabóBajoWalter Furst
Kristian PaulBarítonoMelchthal senior
Christian RiegerBajoLeuthold
Chor der Bayerischen Staatsoper
Bayerisches Staatsorchester

With the first performance of Guillaume Tell in Paris in 1829, Rossini ended his activity as an opera composer, leaving behind a massive body of works which can still stretch the bounds of possibility of any opera house, even today. From the five solo cellos that start the overture, through the famous march gallop to the great thanksgiving prayer at the end of the opera, Rossini not only depicts a supposedly Swiss panorama of nature, with the spirit of freedom of the hero of the title, but also presents a kaleidoscope and emotional exploration of love, hate, terrible entanglements and dependencies of young lovers which seems to be absolutely inexhaustible. Rossini does not give us Schiller's reflections on political freedom and rebellion – instead, he shows us the freedom and bondage of the soul which can throw people back to the roots of feeling.

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