Let tenor Jonas Kaufmann, conductor Antonio Pappano and journalist Thomas Voigt take you on a journey of discovery into the heart of one of Verdi’s greatest and most thrilling operas – Otello. Through personal insights and anecdotes, the trio explore, one act at a time, what it is like to perform and record Verdi’s masterpiece based on the Shakespearean tragedy.
What is it like for the tenor to stand in the wings, awaiting his triumphant yet utmost demanding entrance scene, while the storm music rages on stage? How do you keep the spontaneity and truthfulness of a live performance, when you record the opera in a studio setting? Why does Otello’s wife Desdemona keep inadvertently inciting his jealousy leading to tragic consequences? Marvel at the beauty and power of Verdi’s music as Jonas explains how he believes the listener comes away with compassion for the ill-fated Otello at the end of the Opera.
Après le succès de notre première série "L'Orchestre, mode d'emploi", découvrez votre nouveau rendez-vous podcast : "File moi les clés" ! En moins de trois minutes, cette chronique fulgurante vous invite à faire connaissance avec des œuvres rares ou incontournables du répertoire lyrique.
Un podcast de l'Opéra Orchestre national Montpellier Occitanie.
Directrice de publication : Valérie Chevalier
Production : Chloé Kobuta / Studio Cordes Sensibles
Chargée de projet : Audrey Brahimi
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