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DresdenTosca

Puccini: Tosca
Daniele Callegari; Johannes Schaaf; Dresden State Opera; Antonino Fogliani; Giampaolo Bisanti; Christof Cremer; Petra Reinhardt

DresdenLe nozze di Figaro

Mozart: Las bodas de Fígaro (Le nozze di Figaro)
TBC; Johannes Erath; Dresden State Opera; Katrin Connan; Birgit Wentsch; Sebastian Wartig; Iulia Maria Dan

DresdenDie verkaufte Braut

Smetana: La novia vendida
Srboljub Dinić; Mariame Clément; Dresden State Opera; Julia Hansen; Iulia Maria Dan; Pavol Breslik

DresdenRigoletto

Verdi: Rigoletto
Antonino Fogliani; Nikolaus Lehnhoff; Dresden State Opera; Raimund Bauer; Bettina Walter; Antonio Yang; Andrzej Dobber
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Folk rhythms and changing times in Dresden's Bartered Bride

Hrachuhí Bassénz (Marie) and Pavol Breslik (Hans) © Semperoper Dresden/Ludwig Olah
What brought real distinction and authenticity to the evening, as so often in this house, was the outstanding playing of the Staatskapelle conducted by Tomaš Netopil. From the start of the overture with its rapidly scurrying fugato for strings and pointed phrasing from the woodwind one felt the true sense of Smetana’s Czech inflected rhythms and harmonies

Netrebko und Beczala geben Wagner-Debüt

Anna Netrebko (Elsa) und Piotr Beczala (Lohengrin) © Daniel Koch | Semperoper Dresden
Anna Netrebkos und Piotr Beczalas Lohengrin-Debüt unter Christian Thielemann an der Semperoper bringt das Haus zum Beben.

Anna Netrebko's dream Elsa in Dresden Lohengrin

Anna Netrebko (Elsa) and Piotr Beczała (Lohengrin) © Daniel Koch
Anna Netreboko chose to perform her first Elsa in Dresden with Christian Thielemann conducting.  It was a remarkable performance never to be forgotten.

Fidelio an enduring ode to freedom in Dresden

The Dresden Semperoper premiered a new production of Fidelio scarcely a month before the fall of East Germany. Much has changed in the intervening decade and a bit, but the Semperoper is still playing the same Fidelio. It doesn't take much knowledge of recent German history to understand why it was a sensation at the time.

A baroque rarity with a modern twist

Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783) was a renowned opera composer of the eighteenth century. As the Kapellmeister at the Dresden court from 1731 to 1763, he composed a large number of Italian operas and his fame spread all over Europe. His wife, the equally famous mezzo-soprano Faustina Bordoni (who also sang in Handel’s operas in London), starred in many of his operas.