Rossini's Guillaume Tell at the Chorégies d'Orange
Celebrating the 150th edition of the Chorégies d'Orange festival, a rare video recording of Rossini's last opera Guillaume Tell on 12 July 2019 in 4K.
© Alain Hanel - OMC
© Alain Hanel - OMC
"Guillaume Tell is a work of astonishing beauty. Twenty years before the people's spring, Rossini chose, for his ultimate opera, a great ode to freedom inspired by Schiller. A people fight for their freedom and find their hero in their midst. Faced with the incomparable beauty of this score, it is hard to know what to admire the most: the arias, duets, elegiac or heroic trios, the great chorus scenes, the elegance or the violence of the ballet scenes, the exaltation of nature or the extraordinary ending..." Jean-Louis Grinda
MUSIC DIRECTOR Gianluca Capuano
STAGING Jean-Louis Grinda
SET DESIGN Eric Chevalier
COSTUMES Françoise Raybaud
LIGHTING Laurent Castaingt
CHOREOGRAPHY Eugénie Andrin
GUILLAUME TELL Nicola Alaimo
MATHILDE Annick Massis
ARNOLD Celso Albelo
JEMMY Jodie Devos
HEDWIDGE Nora Gubisch
WALTER FURST Nicolas Cavallier
GESSLER Nicolas Courjal
RUODI Cyrille Dubois
MELCHTAL Philippe Kahn
RODOLPHE Philippe Do
LEUTHOLD Julien Veronese
Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra
Monte-Carlo and Toulouse Opera Choirs
Duration: approx. 3h40mins
Video format: 4K HDR
Production Company: Wahoo
Distribution: Auditorium Films
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