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Euryanthe

Carl Maria von Weber
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Opera
2h 30 min
German
FULL HD
Spanish , English
Production

Weber’s ‘great heroic-romantic’ opera Euryanthe premiered in Vienna in 1823. It concerns the wronged Euryanthe, victim of a plot to establish her unfaithfulness, but her love imbues her with colossal strength which Weber characterises with acute psychological insight.

 

Through-composed and dispensing with spoken dialogue, its chivalric plot provides opportunities for a series of arias, ariosos, duets, cavatinas and choruses that contain some of his greatest operatic music. This production employs the opera’s original version with a few, very minor cuts.

 

With the collaboration of Naxos

 

 

Opera in three acts

 

Music by Carl Maria von Weber

Libretto by Helmina von Chézy

Premiered on October 25, 1823 in Vienna

Production of the Theater an der Wien

Arnold Schoenberg Chor

ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien

 

Artistic team


Conductor | Constantin Trinks

Stage director | Christof Loy

Set designer | Johannes Leiacker

 

Cast


Euryanthe | Jacquelyn Wagner

Adolar | Norman Reinhardt

Eglantine | Theresa Kronthaler

Lysiart | Andrew Foster-Williams

König Ludwig VI | Stefan Cerny

Herzogin von Burgund | Eva-Maria Neubauer

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