Part 2 - Live offerings for Saturday, September 21
Starting at GMT 1800 or 2:00pm Eastern Daylight time . . .
- Cesky Rozhlas 3-Vltava - From Teatro Real in Madrid, a 2007 performance of Martín y Soler's Il burbero di buon cuore, with Elena de la Merced, Veronique Gens, Cecilia Díaz, Saimir Purgi, Juan Francisco Gatell, Luca Pisaroni, Carlos Chausson and Josep Miquel Ramón, conducted by Christophe Rousset.
- Klara & Lyric FM - From the Vienna State Opera, a June 7th performance of Strauss' Capriccio, with Renée Fleming, Bo Skovhus, Michael Schade, Angelika Kichschlager and Franz Hawlata, conducted by Philippe Jordan.
- Radio Tre (RAI) - From this summer's bayreuth Festival, a rebroadcast of Wagner's Parsifal, with Detlef Roth, Diógenes Randes, Kwangchul Youn, Christopher Ventris, Thomas Jesatko, Mihoko Fujimura,r Arnold Bezuyen, Friedemann Röhlig, Julia Borchert,e Ulrike Helzel, Clemens Bieber, Timothy Oliver, Julia Borchert, Martina Rüping, Carola Guber, Anna Korondi, Jutta Böhnert, Ulrike Helzel and Simone Schröder, conducted by Daniele Gatti.
- WQED - joins XLNC1 in rebroadcasting the San Francisco Opera Madama Buttefly (see previous post for details).
- WDAV - Last week's NPR World of Opera broadcast: Tchaikovsky's Eugen Onegin from Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, with Fabio Maria Capitanucci, Svetla Vassileva, Tiziana Tramonti, Dmitri Korchak, Askar Abdrazakov, Ambra Vespasiani, Marina Pardo and Marco Signorini, conducted by Juan Meta.
- WCLV - This evening, from Cleveland's Severance Hall, a Cleveland orchestra perfromance of Haydn's oratorio, The Creation, with Malin Hartelius, James Taylor and Thomas Quasthoff, conducted by Franz Welser-Möst.
- KING - From LA Opera, Puccini's La Rondine, with Patricia Racette, Marcus Haddock, Amanda Squitieri, Greg Fedderly and David Pittsinger, conducted by Keri-Lyn Wilson.
- Concert FM (New Zealand) - Late this evening (early Sunday for those in Europe), from Budapest, a performance of Wagner's Siegfried, with Christian Franz, Michael Roider, Alan Titus, Hartmut Welker, Walter Fink, Cornelia Kallisch, Susan Bullock and Gabi Gál, conducted by Adám Fischer.
That about wraps it up for this week, so . . .