Ópera-performance Sun & Sea | Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian | por André Barata

Em Sun&Sea, a praia é uma janela para a sociedade. Vemo-la de cima e são muitas janelas. Os pensamentos de praia que ocorrem aos veraneantes são umas tantas, a compor um libreto cantado. Ouve-se e vê-se desigualdade, frivolidade, indiferença, compromisso político, encantamentos, diversidade, os corpos a ocuparem-se gestos de afirmação. Os livros ou revistas que eles lêem, o que comem, como se deitam na praia, no que se deitam são outras tantas janelas.

A praia é um caleidoscópio de presenças tácitas, murmúrios para dentro, da sociedade, apresentados sob o mesmo sol, a dividirem o espaço exíguo com espreguiçadeiras, toalhas, esteiras, cangas. Poderia ser uma distopia, ou a imagem dela. Não faltam razões. Nem um cão. E, no entanto, quando termina a ópera resistimos a sair. Já nos despimos alguma coisa, a entrar naquele tempo que conhecemos da praia, que dura o que o Sol der em calor. Talvez a utopia não esteja à distância da praia mais próxima, mas há ali uma força de partilha do Sol e daquele tempo que pode derreter aquela exiguidade que escancara o outro lado das janelas.

Haja praia para todos…

André Barata

Laudate Dominum (Mozart) | boy soprano Aksel Rykkvin (13 years) | 27/12/2016

Laudate Dominum, from Vesperae solennes de confessore (K. 339) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Aksel Rykkvin (treble) Oslo Domkor / Oslo Cathedral Choir IRIS kammerorkester / IRIS chamber orchestra. Vivianne Sydnes (conductor). The performance was part of Desembertoner, which are free Christmas concerts with popular artists in Oslo Cathedral, sponsored by Nordea. Live recording on Dec 16th 2016.

O melhor de Verdi | 150 minutos de música clássica | Gravação HQ

Enjoy 2 Hours Classical Music with the biggest masterpice of all time, This video collects the essential of Giuseppe Verdi HQ [Full Recording in High Quality Sound]

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TRACKLIST:

00:00:00 – La Donna E Mobile (Rigoletto) 00:02:21 – Chorus Of The Hebrew Slaves (Nabucco) 00:06:20 – Overture (La Forza Del Destino) 00:09:27 – Un Di Felice (La Traviata) 00:12:55 – Merce, Dilette Amiche (I Vespri Siciliani) 00:16:27 – Brindisi (La Traviata) 00:19:24 – Di Quella Pira (Il Trovatore) 00:21:18 – Anvil Chorus (Il Trovatore) 00:23:58 – Stride La Vampa! (Il Trovatore) 00:26:26 – Ritorna Vincitor (Aida) 00:33:51 – Dio, Che Nell’alma Infondere (Don Carlo) 00:38:29 – Prelude (La Traviata) 00:42:20 – Caro Nome (Rigoletto) 00:48:15 – O Don Fatale (Don Carlo) 00:52:56 – Celeste Aida (Aida) 00:57:57 – Ernani, Involami (Ernani) 01:00:35 – Di Tu Se Fedele (Un Ballo In Maschera) 01:03:54 – Morro, Ma Prima In Grazia (Un Ballo In Maschera) 01:08:35 – Quando Le Sere Al Placido (Luisa Miller) 01:12:11 – Grand March (Aida) 01:17:08 – Dies Irae (Messa Da Requiem) 01:19:30 – Pace, Pace, Mio Dio! (La Forza Del Destino) 01:25:06 – Questa O Quella (Rigoletto) 01:27:01 – Bella Figlia Dell’amore (Rigoletto) 01:30:58 – Ave Maria (Otello) 01:35:47 – Parigi, O Cara (La Traviata) 01:40:07 – Ah, La Paterna Mano (Macbeth) 01:42:35 – Squilli, Echeggi La Tromba Gerriera (Il Trovatore) 01:45:22 – O Carlo, Ascolta (Don Carlo) 01:49:32 – Ingemisco (Messa Da Requiem) 01:53:04 – Come In Quest’ora Bruna (Simon Boccanegra) 01:56:39 – Brindisi (Macbeth) 02:00:05 – O Patria Mia (Aida) 02:05:29 – La Mia Letizia Infondere (I Lombardi) 02:07:51 – Lo Sguardo Avea Degli Angeli (I Masnadieri; soprano: Montserrat Caballé) 02:11:45 – Solenne In Quest’ora (La Forza Del Destino) 02:15:59 – Patria Oppressa (Macbeth) 02:20:52 – Tacea La Notte (Il Trovatore) 02:24:32 – Dal Piu Remoto Esilio…O Dio Solo, Ed Odio Atroce (I Due Foscari) 02:29:27 – Auto-Da-Fe Chorus (Don Carlo)

Elina Garanca and Berlin Philharmonic

1. Hector Berlioz – Le Carnaval romain, Ouverture caractéristique op. 9 | 2. Hector Berlioz – “D’Amour l’ardente flamme” from “La Damnation de Faust” | 3. Camille Saint-Saëns – Bacchanale (3rd Act) from “Samson et Dalila” | 4. Camille Saint-Saëns – “Mon coeur s’ouvre à ta voix” (2nd Act) from “Samson et Dalila” | 5. Georges Bizet – Selections from Carmen | 6. Manuel de Falla – Excerpts from the ballet El sombrero de tres picos | 7. Ruperto Chapi – Las hijas del Zebedeo “Al pensar” | 8. Agustin Lara – Granada (Encore)

Asmik Grigorian sings | O mio babbino caro | from Gianni Schicchi by Puccini

The Lithuanian soprano, Asmik Grigorian, was born in 1981, in a family of famous singers Irena Milkevičiūtė and Gegam Grigorian. In 1999 she joined the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in singing class, where she completed master’s studies in 2006. She was a founding member of Vilnius City Opera and has twice been awarded the Golden Stage Cross (the highest award for singers in Lithuania), in 2005 for her debut as Violetta and in 2010 for her performance as Mrs. Lovett Sweeney Todd. She won the Young Female Singer prize at the International Opera Awards (2016). Asmik Grigorian sang in the Lithuanian opera in Vilnius, in the Latvian National Opera in Riga, at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, with the BBC Philarmonic Orchestra and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, in Operhaus Köln, at the Komische Oper Berlin, Oper Graz, and Staatsoper Hamburg among others. Her latest success came in Salzburg festival (2018) with Salome’s tittle role where “her portrayal of Strauss’ heroine has been met with unanimous praise from critics across the world.”

This aria was recorded during a concert in Vilnius, 2018.12.07

VERDI, AIDA “MARCHA TRIUNFAL”

AIDA Es un nombre femenino que significa “visitante” o “regresando” es una ópera en cuatro actos con música de Giuseppe Verdi y libreto en italiano de Antonio Ghislanzoni, fue estrenada en el Teatro de Ópera del Jedive en El Cairo el 24 de diciembre de 1871 Y dirigida por Giovanni Bottesini.

En contra de la creencia popular, la ópera no se escribió para conmemorar la inauguración del Canal de Suez en 1869, ni tampoco para el Teatro de Ópera del Jedive en el Cairo y el mismo año.

Es cierto que A Verdi le pidieron componer una oda para la apertura del Canal, pero declinó la petición arguyendo que no escribía “piezas ocasionales”, más cuando Verdi leyó el argumento escrito por Auguste Mariette lo consideró como una buena opción y finalmente aceptó el encargo el 2 de junio de 1870.

Música | Aïda, Aida, Act II: Triumphal March

Artista | Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Carl-August Bünte

Opera gala | great arias from Rossini, Verdi, Puccini, Donizetti, Bellini, Lehár and others

Listen to some of the most beloved arias by Rossini, Verdi, Massenet, Giordano, Wagner, Puccini, Donizetti, Bellini and Lehár! These masterpieces of opera are performed by internationally renowned singers: Agnes Baltsa – mezzo-soprano Piotr Beczala – tenor Pavol Breslik – tenor Franz Grundheber – baritone Štefan Kocán – bass Nino Machaidze – soprano Angela Marambio – soprano Marina Rebeka – soprano Matti Salminen – bass Krassimira Stoyanova – soprano They are accompanied by the Choir and Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, conducted by Lawrence Foster.

Aida Garifullina | Dvorák | Rusalka “Song To The Moon” (Mesicku na nebi hlubokem”)

Brava, Aida!! Two days ago, I was trying to find you singing “Song to the Moon”. Today, you are gracing us with your incredible talent and singing this most beautiful of Dvorak arias. My heart is sad from the death of my mother-in-law, and your exquisite voice is expressing exactly how I feel. Thank you, thank you, Aida Garifullina, most beautiful voice in opera, for this gift today. The tears I needed to cry are flowing down my face. I am praying that you will be safe and that we may hear you for many, many years. God bless you always. [Cleopatra561]

ALISON BALSOM | Sound the Trumpet (Royal Music of Purcell & Handel)

ALBUM AVAILABLE HERE: http://smarturl.it/soundtrumpet In the year of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, Alison Balsom celebrates the heroic era of the Baroque trumpet in works by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) and Henry Purcell (1658 or 1659-1695), whose anthems, odes, sinfonias and operas have provided the music for numerous royal celebrations from their own day to the present.

Joining forces with Trevor Pinnock, harpsichordist, conductor and pioneer of historical performance, and with the English Concert orchestra that he founded, Balsom demonstrates the versatility and expressive power of her valve-less instrument in original works and new arrangements. These include Purcell’s Sound the trumpet and Handel’s Eternal Source of light divine in duet with countertenor Iestyn Davies and Purcell’s The Plaint from The Fairy Queen in duet with soprano Lucy Crowe. Further repertoire includes suites from Purcell’s semi-operas King Arthur (1691) and The Fairy Queen (1692) in new arrangements by Balsom and Pinnock, Handel’s Water Piece in D Major HWV 341 and his Oboe Concerto No. 1 in B-flat Major HWV 301 transposed into C Major.

Alison Balsom is one of today’s most popular classical musicians. Having managed to break through to the mainstream without abandoning her musical integrity, she continues to draw ever-wider audiences for her performances and recordings of diverse repertoire.

MúsicaHandel: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne, HWV 74: I. Aria “Eternal Source of Light Divine” (Countertenor)

Artistas: Alison Balsom, Iestyn Davies, The English Concert, Trevor Pinnock

Sergei Rachmaninoff | ‘Left behind’, Natalia Osipova & Jason Kittelberger | Choreography of Jason Kittelberger … and CARMEN of Georges Bizet by Natalia Osipova, in Edinburgh International Conference Centre

In December UK audiences will be treated to the unique opportunity of seeing the thrilling Russian ballerina, Natalia Osipova, Principal of the Royal Ballet, in a brand new, contemporary dance production of ‘CARMEN’ (Georges Bizet). The show will perform at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on the 17th and the 18th December | photo by Rick Guest

Maria Callas | Cesare Valletti | La Traviata (1958 London live, remastered)

La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi performed in Italian Conductor Nicola Rescigno – 1958(LI) Orchestra – Covent Garden Chorus – Covent Garden Violetta Valery – Maria Callas Flora Bervoix – Marie Collier Annina – Leah Roberts Alfredo Germont – Cesare Valletti Giorgio Germont – Mario Zanasi Gastone – Dermot Troy Dottore Grenvil – David Kelly Barone Douphol – Forbes Robinson Marchese d’Obigny – Ronald Lewis

Mozart | Requiem (Orchestre National de France | James Gaffigan)

James Gaffigan dirige l’Orchestre national de France et le Choeur de Radio France dans le Requiem en ré mineur K.626 de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, avec la soprano Marita Solberg, la mezzo-soprano Karine Deshayes, le ténor Joseph Kaiser, et la basse Alexander Vinogradov. Concert enregistré le 29 juin 2017 en direct de la basilique de Saint-Denis dans le cadre du Festival de saint-Denis.

00:00 – Début du concert 01:19 – I. Introïtus 02:00 – Requiem 05:46 – II. Kyrie 08:13 – III. Sequentia. Dies Irae 10:09 – Tuba mirum 13:29 – Rex tremendae 15:31 – Recordare 20:27 – Confutatis 22:49 – Lacrimosa 25:52 – IV. Offertorium Domine Jesu Hostias 32:52 – V. Sanctus 34:30 – VI. Benedictus 38:52 – VII. Agnus Dei 41:45 – VIII. Communio – Lux Aeterna

Laudate Dominum | Bel Canto Choir Vilnius

“Laudate Dominum” (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart). Performed Live by Bel Canto Choir Vilnius, featuring soloist Lina Dambrauskaite and Raminta Gocentiene on the piano. Live from the Bel Canto Choir Vilnius concert, entitled “An Evening With Bel Canto” at St. Catherine Church in Vilnius on November 6, 2010.