DVD + Blu-Ray:
Juan Diego Flórez – Mozart
The concert programme includes many of the most popular Mozart arias, magnificently performed by the Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Flórez.
Juan Diego Flórez – Mozart © C Major Entertainment
Juan Diego Flórez - Mozart © BFMI
Acclaimed across the globe for the beauty of his voice and the emotional power of his performances, Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Flórez, famous for his bel canto repertoire by Rossini, Donizetti and Bellini, shows in this concert another fascinating side to his vocal personality. The concert program includes many of the most popular Mozart arias – all of them magnificently performed by the Orchestra La Scintilla, an ensemble with outstanding reputation for their historical performance practice, led by Riccardo Minasi. This all-Mozart recital takes place at the Cuvilliés Theatre of Munich, one of the most beautiful Bavarian Rococo theatres.
“Beautiful lyrical and elegant, Flórez shows all the emotions that Mozart captured in his scores – and the tenor’s multi-coloured spectrum of expression is impressive.” (Musik Heute)
Original title Juan Diego Flórez – Mozart
Genre Concert / Vocal
Recording date Cuvilliés Theatre, Munich, 2019
Duration 75 mins
Production Company A production of BFMI in coproduction with ZDF, ARTE and Sony Classical
Composer W.A. Mozart
Orchestra / Band Orchestra La Scintilla
Conductor Riccardo Minasi
Soloist Juan Diego Flórez
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