Live Offerings - Saturday, May 9, 2009
Most offerings are now underway, as of 1:00PM EDT:
- RTP Antena 2 - From Teatro Régio in Turin, a Jube 1987 performance of Rossini's Il Barbiere de Siviglia, with Luciana Serra, Nicoletta Curiel, Rockwell Blake, Bruno Pola, Alberto Carusi, Enzo Dara, Paolo Montarsolo and Aurelio Faedda, conducted by Bruno Campanella.
- Dwojke Polskie Radio - From Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris, a February 2nd pergormance of Berlioz' Béatrice et Bénédict, with Christophe Fel, Nicolas Cavallier, Nathalie Manfrino, Jean–François Lapointe, Joyce Di Donato, Charles Workman, Jean-Philippe Laffont and Elodie Méchain, conducted by Sir Colin Davis.
- CBC Two - From Theatre an der Wien, a February performance of Handel's Partenope, with Christine Schäfer, Kurt Streit, and David Daniels, conducted by Christophe Rousset.
- Deutschlandradio Kultur - From Stuttgart, a May 5th performance of Handel's Teseo, with Franco Fagioli, Jutta Böhnert, Helene Schneidermann, Kai Wessel, Olga Polyakova and Matthias Rexroth, conducted by Konrad Junghänel.
- Espace Musique - From the Wexfor Festival, Rimsky-Korsakov's Snegurochka, with Darren Abrahams, Natela Nicoli, Krzystof Szumanski, Irina Samoylova, Thomas Goerz, Viktor Sawaley, Elena Gabouri, Katerina Jalovcova, Lina Tetruashvili and Igor Tarasov, conducted by Dmitri Jurowski.
- France Musique - From the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, a November 3, 2008 performance of Rossini's Matilde di Shabran, with Alexandra Kurzak, Vesselina Karasova, Enkelejda Shkosa, Juan Diego Flores, Alfonso Antoniozzi, Mark Beesley, Marco Vinco, Carlo Lepore, Bryan Secombe, conducted by Carlo Rizzi.
- Radio 4 Netherlands, Klara & Sveriges Radio P2 - From Waalse Opera, Auber's Fra Diavolo, with Sumi Jo, Doris Lamprecht, Kenneth Tarver and Marc Molo Mot, conducted by Giovanni Antonini.
- WETA - From the Vienna State Opera, Verdi's Stiffelio, with Jose Cura, Hui He, Anthony Michels-Moore, Gergely Nemeti, Goran Simic, Peter Jelosits and Elisabeth Marin, conducted by Nicola Luisotti.
- WFMT Opera Series (on numerous stations) - From Lyric Opera of Chicago, a double bill: Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana, with Dolora Zajick, Vincenzo La Scola, Mark Delavan, Katherine Lerner and Judith Christin; and Leoncavallo's Pagliacci, with Vladimir Galouzine, Ana Maria Martinez, Mark Delavan, Christopher Feigum and Keith Jameson, conducted by Renato Palumbo.
- Bartok Radio - Gluck's Alceste, with Paul Groves, Anne Sofie von Otter, Dietrich Henschel, Yann Beuron, Joanne Lunn, Ludovic Tézier and Nicolas Testé, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner.
- NPR World of Opera - From Flemish Opera in Antwerp, Tchaikovsky's Mazeppa, with Nikolai Putilin, Leandra Overmann, Sergei Aleksashkin, Alexia Voulgaridou, Viktor Lutsiuk and Milcho Borovinov, conducted by Dmitri Jurowski.
- NRK Klassisk & NRK P2 - From Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Wagner's Der Fliegende Hollander, with Bryn Terfel, Hans Peter König, Anja Kampe, Torsten Kerl, Clare Shearer, and John Tessier, conducted by Marc Albrecht.
- Radio Oesterreich International - From Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, a January 20th performance of Rossini's Il Turco in Italia, with Simone Alaimo, Bruno de Simone, Myrtò Papatanasiu, Antonio Siragusa, Vincenzo Taormina, Antonella Nappa and Federico Lepre, conducted by Jonathan Webb.
Starting about now:
- Radio Clasica de Espana - From Deutsche oper Berlin, Respighi's Marie Victoire, with T. Meshé Kizart, M. Brück, G. Villar, J. Huijpen, J. Schümann, S. Pauly, J. Benzinger, G. Warren, N. Piccolomini, Y. Kang, M. Welschenbach, A. Jerkunica, P. Maus, A. Ashwin and H. W. Lee, conducted by M. Jurowski.
- Latvia Radio Klasika - From the Vienna State Opera, a June 7, 2008 performance of Strauss's Capriccio, with Renee Fleming, Bo Skhovus, Adrians Erods, Franz Hawlata, Angelika Kirschlager, conducted by Philippe Jordan.
- Radio Tre (RAI) - From Teatro Regio di Parma, Verdi's Rigoletto, with Leo Nucci, Nino Machaidze, Francesco Demuro, Marco Spotti, Stefanie Iranyi, Katarina Nikolic, Mario Buffoli, Roberto Tagliavini, Orazio Mori, Ezio Maria Tisi, Scilla Cristiano and Alessandro Bianchini, Massimo Zanetti.
Labels: Saturday Operas