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ENTREVISTA COM ABBADO

REPORTAJE: La batuta de un gran músico
"Me llamo Claudio, no maestro"
El legendario Abbado planea grandes proyectos con sus orquestas en España
JESÚS RUIZ MANTILLA - Madrid - 27/04/2008

MAESTROS ANIVERSARIAM

O dia de hoje é abençoado. Nada menos que três grandes regentes aniversariam nesta data. São eles:
Zubin Mehta (1936)


Thomas Beecham (1879-1961)


Malcolm Sargent (1895-1967)

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NOTÍCIAS DIVERSAS

Music Review 'Entführung aus dem Serail'
Pasha & Co. in Mozart’s Singspiel
By VIVIEN SCHWEITZER
A strong cast largely compensated for any deficiencies of the staging at the Metropolitan Opera.
Music Review Bryn Terfel
Songs and Poems Extoll a Green and Pleasant Land
By BERNARD HOLLAND
Bryn Terfel’s recital described the wave of nostalgia that swept across Edwardian music. Royal Ballet Triple Bill, Royal Opera House, London Independent Sun, 27 Apr 2008 4:38 PM PDT The Royal Ballet's latest programme sandwiches a baffling dramatic work between two displays of dancing. Kim Brandstrup's new work is called Rushes: Fragments of a Lost Story, so perhaps it's churlish to complain that this fractured story is confusing. The real trouble is that it lacks drama. Confrontations are blurred, emotions vague.
Opera's Lauren Flanigan Added to Yazbek 5/22 Benefit All About Jazz Mon, 28 Apr 2008 5:34 AM PDT Rock/pop artist David Yazbek has confirmed that Metropolitan Opera star Lauren…

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CONCERTO

O Istituto Italiano di Cultura de São Paulo traz a Orchestra d’Archi Italiana

O Istituto Italiano di Cultura de São Paulo traz a Orchestra d’Archi Italiana com o solista e diretor Mario Brunello (violoncelo) para um concerto no Memorial da América Latina, dia 7 de maio, quarta-feira, às 21hs. Grátis!

Antes a orquestra realizará um concerto no dia 3 de maio, às 20hs, no Theatro da Paz, em Belém do Pará.

A Orchestra d’Archi Italiana é jovem e estuda a tradição clássica com profissionalismo, ao mesmo tempo que mostra uma sensibilidade na expressão da musicalidade atual. Esta jovem orquestra tem a regência do maestro Brunello, um grande expoente do panorama musical italiano contemporâneo. “Esse regente tem uma grande sensibilidade em reunir compositores contemporâneos como V. Capossela bem como os clássicos, e justamente, por saber valorizar os do passado e compreender o presente,” comenta Luigina Peddi, diretora do Istituto Italiano di Cultura de São Paulo.

Programa:
Johann Sebastian Bach …

PAULO SZOT NA BROADWAY

Foto: em "Bodas de Fígaro"


www.arteculturanews.com/ Foto por Paulo Lacerda

A FAMÍLIA WAGNER E BAYREUTH

NATHALIE DESSAY

Natalie Dessay raviedu mariage opéra-cinéma
Dix-sept cinémas de France projettent samedi soir «La Fille du régiment» de Donizetti, chanté par la soprano en direct du Metropolitan Opera de New York.

ROBERTO ALAGNA & ANGELA GHEORGHIU

RATTLE RENOVA CONTRATO

Los músicos de Berlín ratifican a Simon Rattle

Los músicos de la Orquesta Filarmónica de Berlín han decidido prolongar el contrato de su actual director, Simon Rattle, cuyo contrato termina en 2012. Así lo anunció ayer la propia orquesta mediante un comunicado en el que no dan más detalles sobre las condiciones que ofrecerán al británico. Según la nota, "la orquesta y sir Simon Rattle conversarán sobre las circunstancias del futuro común después de 2012".

RATTLE X FILARMÔNICA

Berlin orchestra may force Rattle to drop the baton
By Arifa Akbar, Arts CorrespondentFriday, 25 April 2008

ARIADNE AUF NAXOS - MANAUS

NEW YORK E PARIS (NYTIMES)

Ban on Solo Encores at the Met? Ban, What Ban?
By DANIEL J. WAKIN

Sara Krulwich/The New York TimesJuan Diego Flórez in “Fille du Régiment” at the Metropolitan Opera.
On Monday night the tenor Juan Diego Flórez did something not heard on the Met stage since 1994: a solo encore.
Music Review 'La Fille du Régiment'

Counting a Tenor’s High C’s in ‘Fille du Régiment’ at the Metropolitan
By BERNARD HOLLAND
The Metropolitan Opera’s new production of Donizetti’s “Fille du Régiment” is visually drab but industriously comic.
Music Review ‘Il Prigioniero’

A 12-Tone Cry of Despair Assaults Hearts in Paris
By ANTHONY TOMMASINI
In this stark staging, Luigi Dallapiccola’s “Il Prigioniero” emerged as an intensely dramatic, musically arresting and grimly moving work.
ArtsBeat Blog: Paris Journal

OCAM - PROGRAMAÇÃO

FIGARO EM PARIS E INGRID FLITER, PIANISTA

Music Review

A ‘Figaro’ That’s Fixed on Its Marriage License
By ANTHONY TOMMASINI
As is his way, Christoph Marthaler keeps the imagery of Mozart’s “Nozze di Figaro open to multiple interpretations.
Arts Beat Blog: Paris Journal
Music Review Music Review 'Wozzeck'

No Breaks in Life, Not Even in a Fast-Food World
By ANTHONY TOMMASINI
Christoph Marthaler has directed a bleak, audacious and humane staging of Berg’s masterpiece at the Paris National Opera.

Pianist Born to the Colors of Chopin
By BERNARD HOLLAND
Ingrid Fliter has the sensibility for Chopin’s graceful, linear give-and-take. NYTIMES

SIR HARRISON BIRTWISTLE AND THE MINOTAUR

The beast within Hairy chords, blood smoothies, and 'a bit of Boris' - Sir Harrison Birtwistle talks to Tom Service about his new opera, The Minotaur Friday April 11, 2008 The Guardian
'It's like this, look." Sir Harrison Birtwistle is explaining the origin of his opera The Minotaur, which premieres on Tuesday at the Royal Opera House, and he points to a Picasso print on the wall of his living room in his Wiltshire home. It's an image of the Minotaur's death, in which the final agonies of the half-bull, half-man are ogled by a small crowd of spectators. The drawing inverts the children's storybook idea of the Minotaur myth, that the beast represents pure, rapacious evil. Picasso invites us to share the Minotaur's pain, to see him as human as well as monstrous.

ANNA NETREBKO

Anna Netrebko Peter Culshaw meets the Russian iconoclast
Sunday April 20, 2008Observer Music Monthly

The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi has big plans to put his city on the world cultural map - $24bn worth of plans including creating a new island, building a Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim, a Louvre and a major concert hall. Naturally this month's Abu Dhabi music festival at the self-styled 'seven-star' Emirates Palace Hotel wanted the best: the Bolshoi flew in to do Swan Lake, and there was one singer they simply had to have - the hottest diva in the world right now, Anna Netrebko. She intoxicated the audience with a stellar performance.


CLAUDIO ABBADO REGE FIDELIO EM MADRI

Claudio Abbado triomphe à Madrid
LE MONDE | 21.04.08

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MAIS UMA LA BOHEME EM DVD

DYNAMIC

ALFRED BRENDEL

Autumn Sonata
Pianist Alfred Brendel Caps a Stellar Career In Classic Fashion
By Anne MidgetteWashington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, March 18, 2008; Page C01

ABBADO REGE FIDELIO

Elzeviro Reggio Emilia: una rilettura di Beethoven
TROPPE MANETTE PER QUESTO FIDELIO
Regia inutilmente ridondante, superba la concertazione di Claudio Abbado

SIMON BLECH E AS DANÇAS SINFÔNICAS - RACHMANINOV

Foi a última composição de Serguei Rachmaninov (1873-1943). Sua estréia deu-se com a Orquestra de Filadélfia, sob a regência de Eugene Ormandy, amigo pessoal do compositor, em 1941. Sua estréia, em São Paulo, aconteceu em 1968, com a Orquestra Filarmônica de São Paulo, sob a regência do saudoso maestro argentino, seu regente titular, Simon Blech (1924-1997). Foi no Tuca e eu estava lá. Fã incondicional de Rachmaninov, amei a peça de imediato e saí em busca de uma gravação. Naquela época, como hoje, somente um LP importado, que custava e ainda custa muito caro. Foi na Breno Rossi, elegante casa de discos na rua Barão de Itapetininga, que o encontei. Comprei é claro. Escrevendo estas linhas, veio-me à lembrança que um filho de Simon Blech, então com 19 anos, foi por um período clarinetista da orquestra. Fui procurá-lo na web e encontrei sua página. Há uma bela homenagem a seu pai quando narra sobre um lugar cujo nome em seus últimos momentos de vida, Simon murmurara: USTVARI Simon Blech …

NOTÍCIAS DO GUARDIAN

A libretto of one's ownFemale opera composers are still a tiny minority. The world's best, including Finland's Kaija Saariaho, talk to John O'Mahony Audio: Kaija Saariaho talks about her work

Cinema's poet of silence switches to opera with Mozart debut at ENOKiarostami among big-name directors as company plans 10 new productions Critic's view: a startling choice

The beast withinHairy chords, blood smoothies, and 'a bit of Boris' - Sir Harrison Birtwistle talks to Tom Service about his new opera, The Minotaur Review: The Minotaur

A libretto of one's ownFemale opera composers are still a tiny minority. The world's best, including Finland's Kaija Saariaho, talk to John O'Mahony Audio: Kaija Saariaho talks about her work

Cinema's poet of silence switches to opera with Mozart debut at ENOKiarostami among big-name directors as company plans 10 new productions Critic's view: a startling choice

The beast withinHairy chords, blood smoothies, a…

MIKHAIL PLETNEV

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IL PRIGIONIERO

NATHAN GUNN

Music Review

Exploring Solitude, With Help From Others
By ANTHONY TOMMASINI
On Tuesday at Zankel Hall, the baritone Nathan Gunn and the pianist Julie Gunn, his wife, shared billing with a dancer, a choreographer and a video designer.

NOTÍCIAS DIVERSAS

Monday, April 21, 2008Fort Worth Weekly Tue, 15 Apr 2008 0:26 AM PDTBroadcast of San Francisco Opera´s production of Puccini´s Madama Butterfly, conducted by Donald Runnicles and starring Patricia Racette. Sat-Tue. Rave North East Mall, 1101 Melbourne Rd, Hurst. $20. 817-591-8540.
About this EntryArts Journal Mon, 14 Apr 2008 7:48 PM PDTThe last time I caught a screening of a San Francisco Opera production, I wasn't very impressed. I was present at the company's inaugural simulcast screening of Madama Butterfly a couple of years ago. Tan Dun, Philip Glass get away with a lotThe Philadelphia Inquirer Wed, 16 Apr 2008 1:18 AM PDTSuccess was all but decreed for Chinese composer Tan Dun and his Piano Concerto, premiered over the weekend by Lang Lang and the New York Philharmonic. Philip Glass returned to the grand opera stage with a new production of Satyagraha at the Metropolitan Opera, and the young, pierced-and-tattooed audience - plus a flock of Tibetan monks - were all set to …

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ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER

Music Review
Variations on the Violin, All in the Key of Brahms
By BERNARD HOLLAND
For Anne-Sophie Mutter the saying “Make every note count” becomes less a vague cliché and more a matter of fact.

NOTÍCIAS DE NEW YORK

Music Review
Composers’ Works Live on to Outshine Oppression
By VIVIEN SCHWEITZER
On Sunday, James Conlon led the second of three concerts of “degenerate” — the term the Nazis applied to the works of Jewish composers and some others — and “generative” music, Mr. Conlon’s term for music written under unrestricted circumstances.

Music Review
Using Sharp, Vehement Gestures to Produce Expansive Sounds
By ALLAN KOZINN
The Minnesota Orchestra sounded more brightly polished and supercharged than ever when it played under Osmo Vanska’s baton at Avery Fisher Hall on Sunday afternoon.
Music Review

A Master’s Early Work; Just Look Past the Plot
By STEVE SMITH
The conductor Eve Queler, who made a pioneering recording of Puccini’s early opera “Edgar” with the Opera Orchestra of New York in a 1977 Carnegie Hall concert, revived it there on Sunday night.

KATHLEEN BATTLE - O RETORNO

Foto: Recital - Orchestra Hall - March 30, 2008

Upload feito em 30 de março de 2008 por A2ZMpls

Sem dúvida, uma das mais cristalinas vozes de soprano lírico da segunda metade do século passado.

Music Review
Songs in Which Relative Quiet Ruled

By BERNARD HOLLAND
Published: April 15, 2008
I remember the American soprano Kathleen Battle as having one of the purest voices I have ever heard. Most New Yorkers have not had much chance to hear it firsthand since her famous run-in with Joseph Volpe and the Metropolitan Opera in 1994.

APRILE MILLO E BARBARA BONNEY

SATYAGRAHA

Music Review 'Satyagraha'
Fanciful Visions on the Mahatma’s Road to Truth and Simplicity
By ANTHONY TOMMASINI

Sara Krulwich/The New York TimesRichard Croft, in white, at the Met as Mohandas K. Gandhi in the Philip Glass opera "Satyagraha," which depicts Gandhi’s path to spirituality and political activism in South Africa.
This is a fitting time to revisit Philip Glass’s opera “Satyagraha,” a landmark work of Minimalism.
Video: Behind the Scenes at ‘Satyagraha’

NOTICIAS DIVERSAS

CD review: Natalie Dessay, 'Italian Opera Arias'
San Francisco Chronicle Sun, 13 Apr 2008 0:35 AM PDTRATING: (WILD APPLAUSE) If there were any doubt that Natalie Dessay belonged in the realm of operatic superstars, her acclaimed performance in the Metropolitan Opera's "Lucia di Lamermoor" put it to rest last year. Dessay's coruscating mad scene from that...

Battle Looks Ahead, Not Behind
San Francisco Chronicle Fri, 11 Apr 2008 5:58 PM PDTLike Mark McGwire, Kathleen Battle doesn't want to talk about the past _ at least not when it comes to her rancorous firing from the Metropolitan Opera 14 years ago. Ask her about former Met general manager Joe Volpe, and she responds by complimenting current...
Philip Glass: Satyagraha
Concertonet Sat, 12 Apr 2008 0:32 AM PDTJulian Crouch (Associate Director and Set Designer), Kevin Pollard (Costume Designer), Paula Constable (Lighting Designer), Donald Palumbo (Chorus Master) Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Dante …

MARGARET PRICE (1941) - ANIVERSÁRIO

Ela deve ter sido uma excelente Tatyana.











ANIVERSÁRIOS HOJE

JOÃO DE SOUZA LIMA

Pianista e regente brasileiro Foi um dos grandes pianistas brasileiros do século passado, tendo se disntiguido também como regente.

TRÊS GRANDES DA ORQUESTRA SINFÔNICA DE BOSTON

(esquerda) Pierre Monteux (centro) Serge Koussevitz (direita) Charles Munch

NOTÍCIAS DOS EUA

Metropolitan Opera: The Force of TruthPlaybill Arts Thu, 10 Apr 2008 10:59 PM PDTNearly three decades after the premiere of Satyagraha , Philip Glass's seminal work from 1979 is re-imagined in a powerful new staging that conveys the timelessness of Gandhi's message. Performances begin at the Met April 11.
Gandhi and Glass: truthful togetherThe Star-Ledger Thu, 10 Apr 2008 9:43 PM PDTOf Philip Glass' many, many, many pieces, his unlikeliest may also be his most moving. "Satyagraha," an opera about Mahatma Gandhi that opens at the Metropolitan Opera tonight, isn't in Italian, German, French or even English -- it's in Sanskrit.
HIS PEACE TREATISENew York Post Thu, 10 Apr 2008 10:28 PM PDTMOST composers are heard, not seen. Philip Glass is both. The master of repetitive musical form, whose "Satyagraha" opens at the Metropolitan Opera tonight, is himself a repetitive form - the Campbell's Soup can to Chuck Close's Andy Warhol. The...
Tan Dun'…

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MÚSICA NAS IGREJAS

NOTÍCIAS DE NEW YORK (NYTIMES)

‘Ring’ Fans and the Met Lock Horns Over Ticket Rule
By DANIEL J. WAKIN

They are a rare breed, those rabid fans of Wagner’s “Ring” cycle, and right now, they are angry. As angry as a nest of offended Valkyries.
Music Review
For a Beloved Conductor, Bach’s Monument of Music
By ANTHONY TOMMASINI

In the months before his death, the renowned choral conductor Richard Westenburg, was still hoping to conduct the performance of Bach’s Mass in B minor that took place on Tuesday at Carnegie Hall.
Music Review

‘Candide’ the Opera (or Is It a Musical?) Returns
By ALLAN KOZINN
In the annals of works that have had complicated births and undergone much revision, Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” is a special case.

PLACIDO DOMINGO

DON GIOVANNI EM CARTAZ

NOTÍCIAS DE NEW YORK

Music Review

A Group Says Goodbye to Its New York Fans
By ALLAN KOZINN
On Sunday evening the Beaux Arts Trio played its final New York concert at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Times Topics: Menahem Pressler
Music Review

An All-Brahms Program, Both Passionate and Poised
By VIVIEN SCHWEITZER
It’s hard to imagine disliking Brahms's Clarinet Quintet in B minor, which the Emerson String Quartet and the clarinetist David Shifrin eloquently performed at the Rose Theater on Sunday afternoon.
Music Review

Bird Song, Modernism and Brahms Take Flight
By ANTHONY TOMMASINI
Peter Serkin enjoys presenting programs that intriguingly juxtapose the old and the new, as his recital excitingly demonstrated.

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