Giacomo Meyerbeer – Die Hugenotten
Relive the grandest of 19th century opera successes with the legendary performance from the Deutsche Oper in Berlin from 1991
Giacomo Meyerbeer – Die Hugenotten © EuroArts Music International
Giacomo Meyerbeer – Die Hugenotten (Header-Image) © EuroArts Music International
„The Deutsche Oper production brings out in every detail the modern-day relevance of music theatre – here, art and conceptual thinking are perfectly matched. […] In this operatic case history, John Dew exposes all too clearly that whatever afflictions have beset us in the past continue to do so in the present.” (Berliner Zeitung)
Original title Giacomo Meyerbeer – Les Huguenots
Recording location Berlin
Production year 1991
Duration 156 mins
Video format NTSC – 16:9
Audio format PCM Stereo
Production Company EuroArts Music International, SFB
Co-Production Company Brilliant Media, WDR, Deutsche Oper Berlin
Director Brian Large
Composer Giacomo Meyerbeer
Orchestra / Band Chorus and Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin
Conductor Stefan Soltesz
Chorus Master Georg Metz
Stage Director John Dew
Costumes Gottfried Pilz
Libretto Ignatz Franz Castelli
Soloist Angela Denning, Lucy Peacock, Richard Leech, Hartmut Welker, Camille Capasso, Martin Blasius
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