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The 2019—20 season focuses on the oratorio repertoire. In addition to the performance of the probably most famous oratorio “Messiah”, Händels “Resurrezione” and Alessandro Stradella’s “San Giovanni Battista” will be heard. A. Vivaldi, J. S. Bach, J. D. Zelenka and D. Scarlatti complete the varied season.

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Concert season 2019—20 is really diverse! Besides oratorios by G. F. Händel and Alessandro Stradella as well as concerts dedicated to the music of J. S. Bach, J. D. Zelenka and D. Scarlatti, the concert performance of Vivaldi’s opera “Arsilda, regina di Ponto” was a trully an extraordinary event.
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Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice with Bejun Mehta and Collegium 1704 to be released on DVD & Blu-Ray

Orfeo-bookletThe Baroque Theatre of Český Krumlov Castle provides an ideal setting for one of the most important operas in music history, Christoph Willibald Gluck’s “Orfeo ed Euridice”. Director Ondřej Havelka captures much more than a stage performance: combining period details with modern psychological interpretation he chooses a cinematic approach that literally takes us behind the scenes of this unique venue.
Bejun Mehta, ‘arguably the best countertenor in the world today’ (Sueddeutsche Zeitung), lends credibility to the emotions tormenting Orfeo’s heart. As his beloved Euridice, Austrian soprano Eva Liebau juggles joy and jealousy. Bringing comic relief to the work’s dark tone is Regula Mühlemann as Amore, who cheerily sends mortals zigzagging on their way to life, love – and, maybe, death. Under the baton of baroque specialist Václav Luks, the splendid soloists are supported by the Prague orchestra and vocal ensemble Collegium 1704 and Collegium Vocale 1704. This is the perfect new release to celebrate Gluck’s 300th anniversary in 2014!

More information at the publisher's website of ARTHAUS Musik..
Pictures from shooting in Český Krumlov on our website.
Trailer on YouTube.


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