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La Traviata

La Traviata

  • Premiere: 15. desember
  • 3 t. 32 min.

Opera fra The Metropolitan Opera

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Produksjonsår: 2018

Den berømte kurtisanen Violetta forlater sitt gamle liv for å leve med sin elskede Alfredo. Familieryktet til Alfredo får seg en liten ripe når han kommer hjem med sin utkårede, og Violette rives mellom sin elsker og ønsket om å beskytte ham fra skandale. Faren til Alfredo oppfordrer Violetta til å forlate sønnen, og hun bestemmer seg til slutt for å vende tilbake til sitt gamle liv. Alfredo er knust av hennes svik og bestemmer seg for å hevne seg, men er uvitende om at faren har spilt en rolle i Violettas avgjørelse.

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Dirigent: Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
Cast: Violetta Valéry (Diana Damrau), Alfredo Germont (Juan Diego Flórez), Giorgio Germont (Quinn Kelsey).

“Brings down the house… Spontaneity, freshness, and originality”
— Philadelphia Inquirer

“Nézet-Séguin’s La Traviata at the Met brings down the house... Spontaneity, freshness and originality… This will be Damrau’s new signature role, if it isn’t already… Star tenor Juan Diego Flórez… yielded highly artistic singing… This goes to the top of my Traviata pantheon.”
— Philadelphia Inquirer

“Marvelous musicality… Striking visual elements… Damrau, a consummate singing actress, was in her element… Always sensitive to his singers, capturing the score’s romantic yearning, its occasional raucousness and its momentum, Nézet-Séguin shaped the performance with such care that it never sounded routine. The auguries are good.”
— Wall Street Journal

“A sensation… Damrau masterfully maintained melodic continuity without sacrificing effect. This was acting of Shakespearean caliber, the likes of which hasn’t often been seen at the Met since the 1970s heyday of Jon Vickers and Renata Scotto... Quinn Kelsey left no doubt that a major Verdi baritone has arrived.”
— WQXR

“Tenor Juan Diego Flórez in his role debut as Alfredo revealed that his exquisite legato and mezza voce have held up gorgeously in the four seasons since he last sang at the Met, and he looked fetching.”
— Observer

“An uncommonly fine rendition… Damrau was an extraordinary Violetta, singing with big, plush yet focused sound… Nothing less than the start of a new period in the Met’s history: the Yannick Nézet-Séguin era… How did he do? Splendidly.”
— New York Times