Cover Verdi: La traviata

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Album-Release:
2022

HRA-Release:
27.05.2022

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  • Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901): La traviata, Act I:
  • 1Verdi: La traviata, Act I: Preludio03:49
  • La traviata, Act I Scene 1:
  • 2Verdi: La traviata, Act I Scene 1: Dell'invito trascorsa è già l'ora04:40
  • La traviata, Act I Scene 2 Libiamo ne' lieti calici:
  • 3Verdi: La traviata, Act I Scene 2 Libiamo ne' lieti calici03:00
  • La traviata, Act I Scene 2:
  • 4Verdi: La traviata, Act I Scene 2: Che è ciò07:21
  • La traviata, Act I Scene 4:
  • 5Verdi: La traviata, Act I Scene 4: Si ridesta in ciel l’aurora01:45
  • La traviata, Act I Scene 5:
  • 6Verdi: La traviata, Act I Scene 5: È strano11:35
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 1:
  • 7Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 1: Lunge da lei07:27
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 4:
  • 8Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 4: Alfredo?21:32
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 6:
  • 9Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 6: Dammi tu forza04:36
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 7:
  • 10Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 7: Ah, vive sol quel core11:10
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 9:
  • 11Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 9: Avrem lieta di maschere la notte01:02
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 10:
  • 12Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 10: Noi siamo zingarelle02:54
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 11:
  • 13Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 11: Di Madride noi siam mattadori02:51
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 12:
  • 14Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 12: Alfredo! Voi!00:34
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 12:
  • 15Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 12: Qui desiata giungi03:49
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 13:
  • 16Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 13: Invitato a qui seguirmi04:00
  • La traviata, Act II Scene 15:
  • 17Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 15: Oh, infamia orribile00:31
  • 18Verdi: La traviata, Act II Scene 15: Di sprezzo degno06:34
  • La traviata, Act III Scene 1:
  • 19Verdi: La traviata, Act III Scene 1: Andante03:42
  • 20Verdi: La traviata, Act III Scene 1: Annina?04:43
  • La traviata, Act III Scene 4:
  • 21Verdi: La traviata, Act III Scene 4: Teneste la promessa01:44
  • 22Verdi: La traviata, Act III Scene 4: Addio, del passato06:22
  • 23Verdi: La traviata, Act III Scene 4: Largo al quadrupede sir della festa00:54
  • La traviata, Act III Scene 5:
  • 24Verdi: La traviata, Act III Scene 5: Signora...11:54
  • La traviata, Act III Scene 6:
  • 25Verdi: La traviata, Act III Scene 6: Ah Violetta!06:22
  • Total Runtime02:14:51

Info for Verdi: La traviata



The Dresdener Philharmonie, Sächsischer Staatsopernchor Dresden and conductor Daniel Oren present Verdi’s masterpiece La Traviata, together with a stellar cast including René Barbera as Alfredo, Lester Lynch as Germont, and world star soprano Lisette Oropesa as Violetta. Verdi’s opera from 1853 was revolutionary in the sense that it presented a subject of its own time, rather than the usual historically-remote stories. Interestingly enough, this tragic story of a woman sacrificing her love to save the honor of her beloved’s family still feels as fresh and topical as ever before, explaining its unrelenting popularity. La Travatia is an endless outpour of memorable melodies with a gripping dramatic pace, as well as a tale that is both heartrending and provocative. The main soprano role gradually shifts from coloratura virtuosity to a more lyrical, dramatic idiom when the tragedy progresses, and this performance shows Oropesa’s fluency in both styles. After having sung the title role in the greatest opera houses worldwide, this studio recording captures her unparalleled interpretation for generations to come. Star soprano Lisette Oropesa made her PENTATONE debut with Ombra Compagna; Mozart Concert Arias in 2021. Lester Lynch has a vast PENTATONE discography, including Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, La Fanciulla del West (both 2021) and Il Tabarro (2020), as well as Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana (2020) and Verdi’s Otello (2017). The Dresdener Philharmonie featured on those recordings of Puccini’s Il Tabarro and Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana, while also releasing acclaimed recordings of Beethoven’s Fidelio (2021) and Weber’s Der Freischütz (2019) on PENTATONE. Daniel Oren and René Barbera, who both enjoy a thriving career on the operatic stage, make their PENTATONE debut.

Lisette Oropesa, soprano
René Barbera, tenor
Lester Lynch, baritone
Ilseyar Khayrullova, mezzosoprano
Menna Cazel, soprano
Francesco Pittari, tenor
Allen Boxer, baritone
Biagio Pizzuti, baritone
Alexander Köpeczy, bass
Tobias Schrader, tenor
Reinhold Schreyer-Morlock, bass
Alexander Födisch, bass
Dresdener Philharmonie
Wolfgang Hentrich, concert master
Sächsischer Staatsopernchor Dresden
Andre Kellinghaus, chrous master
Daniel Oren, conductor



Daniel Oren
Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, he has studied singing, piano and cello since childhood. At the age of 13, his musical talent was recognised internationally: he was chosen by Leonard Bernstein to sing the solo of Chichester Psalms on live Israeli television (1968).

At the age of 17, Daniel Oren began studying conducting at the Hochschule of Berlin, where in 1975 he won first prize at the first Herbert Von Karajan International Conducting Competition, chosen by Karajan himself.

Soon afterwards he began his career in the United States at the Festival of Two Worlds, while at the same time embarking on an Italian career: in 1978 he was appointed Music Director of the Teatro Dell’Opera in Rome. Still in Italy, he has also served as music director at the Teatro Verdi in Trieste, the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa and the Teatro San Carlo in Naples.

Daniel Oren is guest conductor of theatres and foundations in Europe, Asia and America. Among others, we mention Teatro alla Scala, Metropolitan Opera in New York, Covent Garden in London, Vienna State Opera, Munchner Staatsoper, Dresden Philarmonie, San Francisco Opera house, Houston opera house, Buenos Aires, Paris, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Berliner Philarmoniker, Israel Philharmonic, Munich Radio Philarmonic, Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia. He has recorded for several record companies, including Naxos, Erato, Pentatone, Opus Arte, Bel Air Classiques, Accentus Music.

Daniel Oren is globally acclaimed by audiences especially for his unique interpretations of Verdi’s and Puccini’s masterpieces. Since 2007 he has been artistic director of the Teatro Municipale Giuseppe Verdi in Salerno, with whose orchestra he was the protagonist of a peace concert in 2015 at the Vatican, in the presence of Pope Francis. In 2019 he was appointed Music Director of the Arena di Verona Opera festival, where he has conducted more than 500 performances, becoming the conductor with the most appearances ever since the Festival’s inception in 1913.

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