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Mozart's Don Giovanni : Jean-François Sivadier (stage director), Jérémie Rhorer (conductor) - Philippe Sly (Don Giovanni), Nahuel di Pierro (Leporello), Eleonora Buratto (Donna Anna) / une production, Camera Lucida, Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, Radio France, Mezzo ; un opéra de WolfgaNg Amadeus Mozart ; livret de Lorenzo Da Ponte ; Philippe Béziat, director.

Other Title:
Don Giovanni : dramma giacoso en deux actes
Publication:
[Place of publication not identified] : Camera Lucida, Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, Mezzo, Radio France, 2017.
Conference Name:
Festival international d'art lyrique et de musique (Aix-en-Provence, France) (2017)
Format/Description:
Conference/Event
Video
1 online resource (1 video file (2 hr., 50 min., 32 sec.)) : sound, color.
Subjects:
Juan, Don (Legendary character) -- Drama.
Operas.
Juan, Don (Legendary character)
Form/Genre:
Operas.
Drama.
Internet videos.
Operas.
Internet videos.
Language:
Sung in German with optional English and French subtitles.
System Details:
digital
video file
Summary:
Considered by some to be the greatest opera ever written, Don Giovanni was the second product of an incredibly fruitful collaboration between two geniuses: the legendary W.A. Mozart and the talented Italian librettist Lorenzo da Ponte. Based on Molière's Don Juan, the two-act dramma giocoso premiered in October 1787 at Prague's state theater to rave reviews. The 2017 Festival d'Aix-en-Provence brought Mozart's fabulously devious work to the stage once more in a production by stage director Jean-François Sivadie. Starring Philippe Sly (Don Giovanni), Nahuel di Pierro (Leporello), and Eleonora Buratto (Donna Anna), the excellent performance featured the acclaimed maestro Jérémie Rhorer at the head of the period instrument ensemble Le Cercle de l'Harmonie. With the help of his loyal servant Leporello, Don Giovanni leads a villainous life devoted to the disreputable pleasure of seducing and abandoning young women. One evening, he tries his luck with Donna Anna, but her father, Il Commendatore, intervenes, leading to a duel that ends with Don Giovanni killing him. Brushing off the incident, Don Giovanni continues on his merry way, trying to seduce the young bride Zerlina on her wedding day. Donna Elvira--a former conquest still in love with the Don--arrives on the scene and stops him. Escaping his would-be victims, Don Giovanni orders Leporello to switch identities with him. In Act II, Don Giovanni visits a cemetery. Suddenly a statue comes to life and warns him to leave the dead in peace. Don Giovanni invites the statue to his house for dinner, not realizing the statue to be none other than Il Commendatore. That evening, the statue grabs Don Giovanni and demands that he repent, but he refuses. In the ultimate punishment, Don Giovanni is sent to hell in flames. Photo: Don Giovanni, Mozart - Festival d'Aix-en-Provence 2017 ©Pascal Victor/artcompress.
Contents:
Don Giovanni, K. 527 / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Participant:
Cast: Philippe Sly, Nahuel di Pierro, Eleanora Buratto, Pavol Breslik, Isabel Leonard, Julie Fuchs, Krzysztof Baczyk, David Leigh ; choir, English Voices ; chorus director, Tim Brown ; Le Cercle de l'Harmonie ; conductor, Jérémie Rhorer.
Credits:
Stage director, Jean-François Sivadier ; lighting designer, Philippe Berthomé ; make-up, Cécile Kretschmar ; set design, Alexandre de Dardel ; costumes, Virginie Gervaise ; choreography, Johanne Saunier.
Notes:
Vendor-supplied metadata.
Contributor:
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791, composer (expression)
Da Ponte, Lorenzo, 1749-1838, librettist.
Béziat, Philippe, film director.
Sivadier, Jean-François, stage director.
Berthomé, Philippe, lighting designer.
Kretschmar, Cécile, make-up artist.
Dardel, Alexandre de, 1963- production designer.
Gervaise, Virginie, costume designer.
Sly, Philippe, performer.
Di Pierro, Nahuel, 1984- performer.
Buratto, Eleonora, 1982- performer.
Bršlík, Pavol, performer.
Leonard, Isabel, performer.
Fuchs, Julie, performer.
Bączyk, Krzysztof, 1990- performer.
Leigh, David, 1988- performer.
Rhorer, Jérémie, conductor.
English Voices, performer.
Cercle de l'harmonie, performer.
Camera Lucida Productions.
Mezzo (Television station : Paris, France)
Radio-France.
Contains:
Container of: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791. Don Giovanni.
OCLC:
1125950452
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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