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Intérprete: Tom Martinsen

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DresdenTosca

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

DresdenLes Contes d'Hoffmann

Offenbach: Les Contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann)
John Fiore; Johannes Erath; Dresden State Opera; Heike Scheele; Gesine Völlm; Eric Cutler; Nina Minasyan

DresdenRigoletto

Verdi: Rigoletto
Antonino Fogliani; Nikolaus Lehnhoff; Dresden State Opera; Raimund Bauer; Bettina Walter; Antonio Yang; Andrzej Dobber
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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.

Dresden Semperoper: Tannhäuser

Peter Konwitschny’s Tannhäuser at Dresden’s Semperoper dates back to 1997, making it relatively old for an opera production, and though I sense this may be its last revival, it is still modern and engaging.

Dresden's Semperoper an ideal house for Tannhäuser

It is customary in German-speaking countries to perform Wagner’s Parsifal on Good Friday, so it was quite a bold move for the Semperoper in Dresden to put on Tannhäuser instead, especially in Peter Konwitschny’s strongly anti-Christian production.