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Mozart-Trilogie (in concert) with Nikolaus Harnoncourt

Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte

Opera in concert in Italian with cinematic introduction


actor role
Conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Director Felix Breisach
Costume design Doris Maria Aigner
Orchestra Concentus Musicus Wien
Chorus Arnold Schoenberg Chor
LE NOZZE DI FIGARO 6. & 8. März 2014
Conte di Almaviva Bo Skovhus
Contessa di Almaviva Christine Schäfer
Susanna Mari Eriksmoen
Figaro Andrè Schuen
Cherubino Elisabeth Kulman
Marcellina Ildiko Raimondi
Bartolo | Antonio Peter Kalman
Basilio | Don Curzio Mauro Peter
Barbarina Christina Gansch
DON GIOVANNI 17. & 19. März 2014
Don Giovanni Andrè Schuen
Il Commendatore | Masetto Mika Kares
Donna Anna Christine Schäfer
Don Ottavio Mauro Peter
Donna Elvira Maite Beaumont
Leporello Ruben Drole
Zerlina Mari Eriksmoen
COSI FAN TUTTE 27. & 29. März 2014
Fiordiligi Mari Eriksmoen
Dorabella Katija Dragojevic
Guillelmo Andrè Schuen
Ferrando Mauro Peter
Despina Elisabeth Kulman
Don Alfonso Markus Werba
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February 2016


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Nikolaus Harnoncourt


Harnoncourt, NikolausNikolaus Harnoncourt studied Cello at Vienna and was from 1952 until 1969 member of Wiener Symphoniker. 1953 he founded with his wife Alice the orchestra Concentus Musicus Wien to create a forum for his work on historical instruments and the historical performing tradition for the music of the periods renaissance and baroque. Since his debut as a conductor at Theater an der Wien in 1971 with Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria he conducts at Opera Houses such as the ones in Milan, Vienna, Zurich, Hamburg, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. He compiled a wide repertoire with orchestras such as Concertgebouw-Orkest Amsterdam, Chamber Orchestra of Europe as well as Wiener and Berliner Philharmonikern. This repertoire reaches from Haydn until Berg. Appearing as a conductor of the Neujahrskonzerte of Wiener Philharmoniker 2001 and 2003 he could reach millions of enthusiastic spectators.
Am Theater an der Wien he conducted at last for example Haydn’s Orlando paladino and Il Mondo della luna as well as Strawinski’s The Rake’s Progress.