Live Offerings - Saturday, September 25, 2010 - Part I
We've narrowed our choices to four for this afternoon - Idomeneo with Groves, Trittico with Gavanelli, Podles and Silvestrelli, Trovatore with Radvanovsky and Blythe and Simon Boccanegra with Poplavskaya, Calleja and Furlanetto.
- BBC Radio 3 - From Glyndebourne, Britten's Billy Budd, with John Mark Ainsley, Jacques Imbrailo, Phillip Ens, Iain Paterson, Matthew Rose, Darren Jeffery, Alasdair Elliott, John Moore, Jeremy White, Ben Johnson, Colin Judson, and Richard Mosley-Evans, conducted by Mark Elder.
- CBC Two - From Lyric opera of Chicago, Verdi's Ernani, with Boaz Daniel, Salvatore Licitra, Sondra Radvanovsky, Giacomo Prestia, Kathryn Leemhuis, René Barbera and Paul Corona, conducted by Renato Palumbo.
- Deutschlandradio Kultur - From La Scala in Milan, a September 9, 2009 performance of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo, with Roberta Invernizzi, Georg Nigl, Sara Mingardo, Luigi De Donato, Raffaella Milanesi, Giovanni Battista Parodi and Furio Zanasi, conducted by Rinaldo Alessandrini.
- DR P2 - From Odessa, an April 15 performance of Tchaikovsky's Iolante, with Volodymyr Tarasov, Viktor Mitiushkin, Anatoliy Duda, Volodymyr Murashchenko and Serhiy Krasnykh, conducted by Oksana Lyniv.
- Espace Musique - From the Canadian Opera Company, Mozart's Idomeneo, with Paul Groves, Krisztina Szabò, Isabel Bayrakdarian, Tamara Wilson, Michael Colvin, Adam Luther, Neil Craighead, Laura Albino, Ileana Montalbetti, Michael Barrett and Neil Craighead, conducted by Harry Bicket.
- KBYU - From San Francisco Opera, Puccini's Il Trittico, with Patricia Racette, Brandon Jovanovich, Paolo Gavanelli, Catherine Cook, Andrea Silvestrelli, Matthew O’Neill, Tamara Warpinsky, David Lomeli, Thomas Glenn, Ewa Podles, Rebekah Camm, Catherine Cook, Daveda Karanas, Meredith Arwady, Leah Crocetto, Heidi Melton, Virginia Pluth, Daniela Mack, Mary Finch, Tamara Wapinsky, Dvora Djoraev, Mary Finch, Claire Kelm, Rachelle Perry, Sally Mouzon and David Lomeli, conducted by Patrick Summers.
- KOHM, WPLN, WABE Classical, WHQR & WUGA - NPR World of Opera: From the BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall, Humperdinck's Hansel und Gretel, with Alice Coote, Lydia Teuscher, Wolfgang Ablinger-Sperrkacke, Imrgard Vilsmaier, William Dazeley, Tara Erraught and Ida Falk Winland, conducted by Robin Ticciati.
- KUSF - From San Francisco Opera, Mozart's The Abduction from the Seraglio, with
- Mary Dunleavy, Anna Christy, Matthew Polenzani, Andrew Bidlack and Peter Rose, conducted by Cornelius Meister.
- KWAX - From San Francisco Opera, Wagner's Tannhauser.
- RTP Antena 2 - From Ópera de Paris, a September 26, 2009 performance of Gounod's Mireille, with Inva Mula, Charles Castronovo, Franck Ferrari, Alain Vernhes and Sylvie Brunet, conducted by Marc Minkowski.
- WCLV & WRTI - From San Francisco Opera, Verdi's Il Trovatore, with Sondra Radvanovsky, Renee Tatum, Stephanie Blythe, Marco Berti, Burak Bilgili and Dmitri Hvorostovskyconducted by Nicola Luisotti.
- WETA - From Covent Garden, Verdi's Simon Boccanegra, with Placido Domingo, Marina Poplavskaya, Joseph Calleja, Ferrucio Furlanetto, Jonathan Summers and Lukas Jakobski, conducted by Antonio Pappano.
- WFMT Opera Series (on numerous stations) - From San Francisco Opera, Handel's Ariodante, with Ruth Ann Swenson, Veronica Cangemi, Sonia Prina, Susan Graham and Eric Owens, conducted by Patrick Summers.
- France Musique - Handel's Semele, with Richard Croft, Peter Rose, Danielle De Niese, Vivica Genaux, Jaël Azzaretti, Stephen Wallace, Claire Debono, conducted by
- Christophe Rousset.
- Radio Oesterreich International (OE1) - From the Metropolitan Opera in New York, a February 16, 1963 performance of Wagner's Der fliegende Holländer, with George London, Leonie Rysanek, Sandor Konya, Giorgio Tozzi, Lili Chookasian and George Shirley, conducted by Karl Böhm.
- Sveriges Radio P2 - From Kungliga Opera, a 1959 perfromance of Verdi's Un Ballo in Maschera, with Aase Nordmo-Lövberg, Birgit Nordin, Kerstin Meyer, Ragnar Ulfung, Arne Wirén, Kolbjörn Höiseth, Hugo Hasslo, Georg Svedenbrant, Bo Lundborg and Arne Tyrén, conducted by Sixten Ehrling.