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Der Rosenkavalier

Der Rosenkavalier (Op. 59) (The Knight of the Rose) is a comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Harry von Kessler (cultural impresario/diplomat of the Belle Epoque and Weimar Republic and diarist (1880-1937), who had the original idea and co-authored the scenario).

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Just watched Renée Fleming's last opera performance in “Der Rosenkavalier” at…
Set in a Vienna of the past, it's Strauss’ most popular opera. Great Performances at the Met: Der Rosenkavalier is…
With such a voice, you could be the Baron in "Der Rosenkavalier".
We agree, this season we have on 12 Oct and playing for Der Rosenkavalier 15 Oct. All are welcome…
Singing? I'm still trying to get the hang of it.
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Alder, who made an opera debut as Glyndebourne’s stand-in Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier in 2014, sounds undaunted...
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Dedicated to Maria Geraldes for her love of Strauss' opera Der Rosenkavalier:...
There are some on this page from Theatre Madeburg production. We look forward to performing it
Me before: Richard Strauss is a genius. After listening to pieces from Salomé and Der Rosenkavalier: Richard Strauss IS A FILTHY SWINE
"in this opera a boy is in an affair with a woman, then he eloped with the woman's cousin's young bride" - Strauss on Der Rosenkavalier
(If you listen closely approximately the first 1.5 minutes of Prelude to Der Rosenkavalier describes sex and ejaculation, I kid you not)
Rehearsal marathon has started for Turkey Premiere of R.Strauss Der Rosenkavalier with my…
photos from Der Rosenkavalier please! That's what I have booked to see! X
Der Rosenkavalier is what makes my little *** soul happy
Tune in tonight at 7pm: I'll be singing an excerpt from Der Rosenkavalier and discussing The Metropolitan Opera's...
This Summer, we're heading to Vienna in a Strauss double whammy, with Johann Strauss’ Die Fledermaus and Richard St…
But I think I'll try it out for Der Rosenkavalier :)
Will be there in April for Der Rosenkavalier!
Saw Renée in Der Rosenkavalier in London. Was absolutely superb! Stunning! I wish I could come over and watch it again.
My favourite! Seeing Rosenkavalier two weeks tomorrow and Der Vampyr in May.
At 6pm Giangiorgio Satragni presents on stage from June 4!
I just sobbed at the end and curtain calls of Der Rosenkavalier so you could say I'm emotionally stable.
Our last DVD nominated in is Der Rosenkavalier. Watch a clip:
The brilliant soprano Anja Harteros will not take part of the revival of Der Rosenkavalier at the Bastille Opera
Good Wednesday Maestro 🌞 Talking about you here. 😍 💫. I can't wait to get news on your new gig! 😎
Thank you Voltr Ivonoffski for the informative talk, on your perfect opera "Der Rosenkavalier."
any horn player that gets the opportunity to play der rosenkavalier suite please tAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT. imo it's such a great piece ok
Online now: the review of Der Rosenkavalier at .
Incredible craftsmanship from creator of the silver rose in our 2014 Der Rosenkavalier:
If somehow you didn't know, there are reviews of Elektra, ägyptische Helena, Liebe der Danae & Rosenkavalier on
Listening to Carlos Kleiber's version of Der Rosenkavalier by Richard Strauss these days. Trio at end of last act is an astonishing beauty.
There was magic in Der Rosenkavalier on the stage of Read about it here:
das Ende. Der Rosenkavalier but without Harteros. Michaela Kaune is stepping in. Review on...
To for Der Rosenkavalier, the final glorious opera of the
Mezzo-soprano Stephanie Lauricella sings Annina in today's performance of Der Rosenkavalier at the ToiX3 for all the Strauss
A wonderful place to be, esp when great arias for tenor! Der Rosenkavalier is a special fave (3rd act trio!!!). Which is yours?
That's interesting, Saint-Saens and Richard Strauss (particularly Der Rosenkavalier) are two of my late father's favorites.
Michaela Kaune singing Marschallin on Sunday in Berlin again.
in new production of 'Der Rosenkavalier'
Also, new production of Der Rosenkavalier at the next year!
ROH doing Der Rosenkavalier with Renée Fleming & Alice Coote. Guess who'll be in London?
I'm most looking forward to Netrebko in Norma, Der Rosenkavalier and return of Written On Skin since I missed it!
The Frankfurt Radio Symphony plays the Suite from "Der Rosenkavalier - mad respect for that dar...
Does anyone know if it's likely Harteros is going to sing in Der Rosenkavalier in Berlin for the 3 set dates? Thinking of going if likely.
In our summer production of Der Rosenkavalier will see Rebecca Evans’ debut in the iconic role of the Marschallin.
There'll be a Viennese feel to our productions in Summer 2017, as we perform Der Rosenkavalier and Die Fledermaus
will be performing in Chicago at Lyric Opera's production of Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" Sunday at 1PM
Penultimate performance of Der Rosenkavalier us under way here in Chicago at the Lyric Opera of Chicago!! . Toi...
More good news in WNO's 16/17 season announcement: Rebecca Evans to make her Marschallin debut in Der Rosenkavalier:
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Figured it out! Code entered is "THWEEK" for the select dates. Excited for Der Rosenkavalier!
NABUCCO and DER ROSENKAVALIER are both operas. You can learn more at and :)
My grandfather, Alexander Kipnis', personal score for the August 1924 season performances of Der Rosenkavalier in...
In opera there are loads of breeches roles both for mezzo & sopranos & not just from the time of castrati (e.g. Der Rosenkavalier)
you're messin with me Even a possibility of MH directing Rosenkav kills me.
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The orchestra are divided about whether to play Der Rosenkavalier or Also Sprach Zarathustra. It's a Strauss fracture.
My grandfather Alexander Kipnis’ personal score for his performances of Der Rosenkavalier with the German Opera...
There's cultural awareness. And there's cultural awareness. Me, I was listening to Der Rosenkavalier last night.
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I liked a video Percy Grainger - Ramble on Love from Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier
There are still some tickets available for Der Rosenkavalier! Get them here!
* “The performance of the Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra was phenomenal.” What do you think of the music in Der Rosenkavalier?
Wednesday at 18:30 is the next performance of Der Rosenkavalier. Get your tickets here!
Camilla Nylund, star from Der Rosenkavalier, sings Verdi's Requiem together with and Dutch National Opera!
Der Rosenkavalier review – bursting with life, energy and wit
Listened to Der Rosenkavalier this afternoon on the couch. The end is some of Strauss' best writing:
Listening to Der Rosenkavalier w/ and while doing music theory homework. Another day as a mezzo-in-training! 😁
What do you think of Der Rosenkavalier? Let us know!
There's an opera called Der Rosenkavalier. ;) It's f/woman-playing-young-man/f love triangle, btwn an older and younger woman
Another great shot from Der Rosenkavalier! When are you coming to see this production?
"Stage director Gloger has eye and ear for countless exquisite details in Der Rosenkavalier"
Do you want to get an impression of Der Rosenkavalier? Watch the trailer!
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Wow, overwhelming reviews on Der Rosenkavalier! Read them here (in Dutch):
Richard Strauss, German composer known for 'Der died on this day in 1849.
My blog on Der Rosenkavalier from A Night At The Opera to remember.
Nostalgia of our time in Dutch National Opera’s splendid Der Rosenkavalier via
* "An exuberant successful opening of the anniversary season of Dutch National Opera"!
A 5 star review of Der Rosenkavalier in Get your tickets here:
I'd noticed it once but not as much as the running Gogglebox-style commentary on Der Rosenkavalier.
Interested in Why not check out the streaming music "Der Rosenkavalier" by Richard Strauss:
Hab Mirs Gelobt in Der Rosenkavalier and final scene in Capriccio... Heaven. Especially with Renee Fleming handling.
A nice shot from Der Rosenkavalier at with Sophie Koch- livestream tonight at http…
Petrushka and Der Rosenkavalier Live Performance at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center - May 06. ► More:
Soprano Huang Ying stars in The Knight of the Rose: Richard Strauss' opera Der Rosenkavalier, or The Knight of...
Looking forward to Der Rosenkavalier directed by Stefan Herheim in Stuttgart tonight. First time seeing this visionary director's work live.
Tonight at the bring their production of Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier to
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I had a great concert last night with Tucson Symphony Orchestra, singing soprano solo from Poulenc's Gloria and the excerpt from Der Rosenkavalier!! One more to go tomorrow!! Toi toi toi everyone!!💚
possibly final trio of Der Rosenkavalier
Seeking snow in Innsbruck this weekend. So far, no go. Consoling ourselves with opera: Der Rosenkavalier (with lead role gender-swapped).
this wonderful lady is putting on Der Rosenkavalier in the festival. She's 75 😃.
Delighted to be a finalist in Richard Strauss Anniversary Production category of the 2015 International Opera Awards.
blare Jerry Springer & Steve Harvey from their TV sets ... . I put on the score to Der Rosenkavalier & turn the volume WAY UP.
one of the most beautiful music in this world: Der Rosenkavalier- Strauss - Final Scene: via
Congratulations to for their nomination for Der Rosenkavalier (featuring the fabulous
Sadness + Der Rosenkavalier = sad for different and better reasons and therefor ultimately okay
Hear what George Hanson has to say about this week’s Symphony and Song program at the TSO.
He’s fantastic. I have a few of his tone poems. Also, the waltzes from “Der Rosenkavalier” are amazing.
Thinking about Kelli O'Hara's lost opera career. Susanna, Despina, Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier. GILDA. *Rolling in the Deep plays*
It was 150 years ago -- On June 11, 1864, German composer Richard Strauss, known for such operas as "Der Rosenkavalier," ''Salome" and "Elektra" and tone poems like "Also Sprach Zarathustra," was born in Munich. Also on this day in entertainment, art, literature and sports, June 11: • 1892, The Limelight Department, one of the world's first film studios, is officially established in Melbourne, Australia. • 1907, George Dennett, aided by Gilbert Jessop, dismisses Northamptonshire for 12 runs, the lowest total in first-class cricket. • 1919, Sir Barton won the Belmont Stakes, becoming horse racing's first Triple Crown winner. • 1935, Inventor Edwin Armstrong gives the first public demonstration of FM broadcasting in the United States at Alpine, New Jersey. • 1938, Johnny Vander Meer pitched the first of two consecutive no-hitters as he led the Cincinnati Reds to a 3-0 victory over the Boston Bees. (Four days later, Vander Meer refused to give up a hit to the Brooklyn Dodgers, who lost, 6-0.) • 1 ...
If anyone fancies some Sunday afternoon Catch the livestream of Der Rosenkavalier here:
Dame Kiri Te Kanawa as Marschallin in Act 1 from the opera "Der Rosenkavalier" by Richard Strauss (1864-1949). Kurt Moll as Baron Ochs, LUCIANO PAVAROTTI as ...
Just read review of Der Rosenkavalier. SO angry. Cannot believe they haven't released an apology yet!
Not the 1st person to post this, but well done, Telegraph, for dragging us back to the 40s. Appalling.
Some low blows fm Rupert directed at Tara Erraught.
SHAME on Christiansen for an entire paragraph bashing the physique of the Octavian (after praising her singing).
“Glyndebourne 2014: Der Rosenkavalier, review *** s the bigger *** the author or the publisher?
This is disgusting. How dare this pig reduce a performance to his own absurd ideas about body image?
so this isn't a review of Rosenkavalier it's really just an alarming display of chauvinism
& a heavier woman as love interest MUST be an "intended weirdness" because why would anyone love a FAT person?
so, basically, Tara Erraught was GREAT, but you couldn't get past her body? wow. body shame.
'Matisse' live from The Tate Modern on 3rd June & Glyndebourne 'Der Rosenkavalier' at selected cinemas on 8th June:
Der Rosenkavalier had 'plenty of revelations' - ★★★★☆
Super review of yesterday's fun, surprising Glyndebourne Rosenkavalier by David Nice
Good review of Superb first act, but it didn't entirely come together at the end.
Congrats to Robin Ticciati, plus et al for glorious music and singing. Review
A familiar world turned upside down... Richard Jones gives Rosenkavalier the gimlet eye
The visit to Glyndebourne for the first night performance of Der Rosenkavalier
Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
And here we go again - only Friday Strauss' massive comedy Der Rosenkavalier was streamed in direct from Malmö Opera and tonight it's time for Puccini's classical or rather early-modern tear-jerker about love & disease in a timeless Paris with Olesya Golovneva leading a great cast in Orpha Phelan's production
As for the program this afternoon at Bargemusic and the FREE, FREE concert is David Del Tredici's "Grand Trio." The details are: Grand Trio is for the violin, cello and piano (2001) Duration: 32 min. Premiere 22 October 2002 University of Maryland Kalichstein, Laredo, Robinson Trio Dedication for Joseph Kalichstein, Jaime Laredo, and Sharon Robinson Program Note 1. Aria I: Vivace 2. Aria II: Lento 3. Fuga: Allegro 4. Remniscence: Allegretto amabile If only because of its length (more than thirty minutes), my first piano trio might be called "grand." Grandeur, however, is surely less a matter of length than a question of character — here, an extravagant neo-romanticism. Accordingly, the work unfolds dramatically, demands the utmost virtuosity of its performers, and ultimately glories in largeness of gesture and immediacy of sentiment. The violinist and cellist frame the first movement (Aria I) with two Herculean cadenzas, giving the work a concerto-like quality. In double octaves, they go on to sing a bo ...
Opening night of Der Rosenkavalier at Glyndebourne Festival. First show of the season and my glyndebourne debut playing the Animal Seller. Woohoo x
It’s just over a hundred years since Richard Strauss and his librettist Hugo von Hofmannsthal premiered the cheekily comedic Der Rosenkavalier in D...
Tonight, I'm on stage at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall as Noble Orphan 3 in Richard Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier"! It is such a thrill to be there singing to the amazing Renée Fleming, begging her for a little purse of gold, which of course, gracious Princess that she is, she gives to us drei arme, adelige Waisen.
So excited to have decided on excerpts from Richard Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier for Pride & Prejudice & Teddy Bears...Love it!
Weekend so far: Wake up Friday to take Jessica Mazzeo Eastridge to a cardiologist appointment. Get to the car to see two suitcases and a card with my name on it. Open card and find out we're not going to a cardiologist but instead are going somewhere else. 2 hours later we're in New York City walking around Times Square on our way to see the New York Philharmonic perform Felix Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony! After getting lost on the subway we finally make our way back to the hotel room and go to sleep. Woke up this morning planning to go to Little Italy for food and then see Central Park. Instead I woke up with another card and two tickets to see Der Rosenkavalier by Richard Strauss performed by The Metropolitan Opera. In row H too! Thank you Jessica, Ken Dillon, Rhoda Dillon, Joseph Mazzeo, and Janice Meyer Mazzeo for making this such a great weekend. It's not over yet either!
I'm headed to NYC later this week. I plan to see Der Rosenkavalier and Falstaff at the Metropolitan Opera.
After doing this opera thing for so many years, I am FINALLY seeing a production at the Metropolitan Opera - Der Rosenkavalier!
Tonight, Der Rosenkavalier returns to the stage at the Metropolitan Opera. Written by Richard Strauss (with a libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal), the opera was a smashing success the night it debuted in Dresden in 1911—and continues to be so to this day
oh good to know! So what's the # abbreviation for Der Rosenkavalier??
Tonight was one of the best nights thus far in Vienna. I got to meet some of the most amazing performers in the world of Opera including Renée Flemming!!! She was so nice and even took time (as she was being accosted by the world) to asked me and my friends where we went to school! I was blown away by her kindness and her stunning performance in Der Rosenkavalier. I am truly blessed to have such opportunities this semester!
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Tune in for Der Rosenkavalier, due to air about 3:20 this afternoon- one of the all-time best orchestral pieces...
Der Rosenkavalier at ROH in I think 1978. (Fell asleep). Remember sandwiches in interval. Dead posh!
Der Rosenkavalier was my first opera at the Staatsoper...wunderbar!!!
Mesmerising performance last night of Der Rosenkavalier, starring Renée Fleming. What a great orchestra, can't think of a better way to have spent 4 hours
Waiting with my brother for a "live" (today's) performance of Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier to begin streaming from my Samsung Smart TV. Renee Fleming and more.fond memories of doing this production in Vienna! Can't wait to see my former colleagues clowning around onstage. Great opera.
The Vienna Staatsoper is livestreaming its first opera today, Strauss/ Der Rosenkavalier. For 14E I am now able to watch it on a time shifted stream! THIS is the future of opera broadcasting! Renee Fleming as the Marschallin. I'm going to enjoy this. :)
I'm told this DVD with Schwartzkopf/Jurinac is glorious, visually. Transfer of the original 35mm film
Watching Der Rosenkavalier live stream from Vienna in 10 minutes. Looking good just think I need a better TV
I woke up early to watch the Wiener Stasts Opera's simulcast of Der Rosenkavalier, but since I'm in Texas I have to wait 7 hours...
Der Rosenkavalier - live from the Wiener Staatsoper in 4 hours and 30 min. Watch it here:
Just registered to watch the livestream from Vienna - Der Rosenkavalier. Hope the quality will be good!
My favorite opera. in Der Rosenkavalier at livestream tonight
Calling all Renee fans, here is your chance. A thoroughly trad rendition of der Rosenkavalier with our Renee as the Marschallin. It is hard to get more beautiful music with singers as good as this cast.
"Appetizer" for our livestream in just a few hours: Renée Fleming as Marschallin in DER ROSENKAVALIER:
The Presentation of the Rose scene in Act 2 of Richard Strauss's opera Der Rosenkavalier is written in F-sharp major
Renée Fleming On your computer or web TV this Sunday: Der Rosenkavalier, the first-ever live stream from the Vienna State Opera. It's Renée's first Marschallin in the city where the opera is set! Here's the link to watch live:
Why do we say Der Rosenkavalier and Die Fledermaus but The Magic Flute?
Der Rosenkavalier at New York Metropolitan Opera Buy Tickets in Advance and Save (USA) Expires on Dec 18 2013
Right now, 'Der Rosenkavalier' with Fleming, Koch and Erdmann from
Vienna State Opera joins the club of the opera houses that offer live streaming of their productions. This Sunday, their first live internet broadcast is Der Rosenkavalier, starring Renee F.
New App: "Programme booklets and monthly magazine". Get the first programme booklet "Der Rosenkavalier" for free!
The words of Britney Spears' "Can't Get You Out Of my Head" to the tune of Der Rosenkavalier...
See Der Rosenkavalier at De Bond in The Netherlands on 27 Oct. Book your tickets here
> from your place in the past given a Saturday 6pm start at the Coli for Der Rosenkavalier.
Brain T: Roses (Der Rosenkavalier) (To a Wild Rose) and (Es ist ein Ros entsprungen) Lovely thought as summer has now faded...
Hey New York: Does anyone want to go see Der Rosenkavalier with me at The Met either on Nov 22 (Friday night) or Nov 25 (Monday). I haven't been to the opera in a couple years, and Rosenkavalier is basically my favorite. Oh please, oh please, oh please be my friend and sit through 4 hours of Strauss with me?
Opera fans, the Wiener Staatsoper has launched paid livestreaming options for one show each month this fall! Sunday's show will be Richard Strauss's "Der Rosenkavalier".
Went to see Der Rosenkavalier, an opera at the Vienna State Opera house! It was a night to remember! Coming home tomorrow. I look forward to seeing all my friends.
Just back from seeing Der Rosenkavalier at Vienna State Opera tonight! Renee Fleming, and a killer orchestra. Great way to spend my last night (aside from tomorrow's on the train) in Europe.
"These were not words but th highest coinage of human speech melted down, become...something almost murderously gorgeous"--Der Rosenkavalier
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Euro trash idea Der Rosenkavalier set in the 80s'. The Marschallin is Molly Ringwald and Octavian is Judd Nelson(gotta give Judd some love somewhere). The Italian singer is Michael Jackson. During the interlude in the middle of the aria the troupe of zombies do the Thriller dance. He leaves when his hair catches on fire.
SPOTLIGHT October 22 The Last Night at the Old Met Answer of the Day Who founded the Metropolitan Opera House? Stung by their inability to acquire box seats at NY's Academy of Music, a group of nouveaux riches decided to build their own opera house on the corner of Manhattan's Broadway and 39th St. On this date in 1883, New York City's Metropolitan Opera House opened with a performance of Charles Gounod's Faust. Very quickly, the new opera house became the standard bearer. In 1966, the Metropolitan Opera Company moved to a new location at Lincoln Center. It premiered with Samuel Barber's Antony and Cleopatra, which was written especially for the occasion. This week sees performances of Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier, Verdi's Aïda and Berlioz's The Damnation of Faust. Quote "Opera, next to Gothic architecture, is one of the strangest inventions of Western man. It could not have been foreseen by any logical process." — Kenneth Clark Word of the day ventripotent taking a greedy delight in eating (© Michael ...
Rehearsal start of 'Der Rosenkavalier' at Vlaamse Opera with Christoph Waltz/director. Exciting weeks ahead.
From tonight's Der Rosenkavalier at the Hungarian State Opera. With Peter Edelmann and Kis Peter. The audience was amazing!!!
Matinee of Beethoven´s 9th Symphony with Wiener Philharmoniker and Dudamel and evening at Wiener Staatsoper: Der Rosenkavalier with Adam Fischer, Fleming, Koch, Erdman and Peter Rose. Is there a better Finale to a Viennese week?
Der Rosenkavalier: nobody dies, and yet I cried for the Marschallin. :p
Waiting in line to watch Richard Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier -- Renee Fleming, Sophie Koch, and Mojca Erdmann :)
Der Rosenkavalier with the Vlaamse Opera in December - January!!!
And a special shoutout to soprano Sarah Coburn! Her Sophie in "Der Rosenkavalier" at Cincinnati Opera was pure pleasure with exquisitely refined singing and a warm and loving characterization. Brava, Sarah!
Sarah Coburn as Sophie and Ruxandra Donose as Octavian in "Der Rosenkavalier" (photo by Philip Groshong)“Ja, ja,” (“yes, yes”) sighs Marie Thérèse, Princess of Werdenberg, known as the Marschallin, as she exits the stage with Herr Faninal at the conclusion of Richard Strauss’ “Der Rosenkavalier” (“T...
Thanks to all at Cincinnati Opera for such a loving, concerned Welcome Back! It was such a pleasure to be back in "my chair" in the Green Room. (Thank you Evans for "reserving" it for me.) Great performance of "Der Rosenkavalier"!
Heading to dinner and then Der Rosenkavalier at Cincinnati Opera with
Off to Cincinnati Opera this evening to attend Der Rosenkavalier. Nothing says "Pride" like skipping town to go to the opera ... I'll have to catch all you drunk, sunburned *** later! ;)
The role of Mohammed is a small one. In the Richard Strauss opera 'Der Rosenkavalier,' the young boy is on the stage for only a few moments and never sings a note. It is called a mute role.
A great day of art and opera in Cincinnati today with my old buddy Conra. I can't hear Der Rosenkavalier often enough. Back to work and the real world in six hours!
Going to my first opera tonight! Cincinnati Opera is doing Der Rosenkavalier at Music Hall. Sooo excited.
Join us tonight (June 26) for our Gallery Talk starting at 7pm. Tonight's Gallery Talk features artists discussing their installations as part of our current exhibition - "Seeing Opera". Curated by Stewart Goldman, visual artist and professor emeritus of the Art Academy of Cincinnati where he taught for thirty-three years, Seeing Opera is inspired by the Cincinnati Opera's 2013 summer festival: Don Giovanni, Der Rosenkavalier, Galileo Galilei, and Aida. Participating artists will create original works related to these productions plus two more well-known operas.
From the ridiculous to the sublime - "Der Rosenkavalier" - Strauss great opera. Came to this art form late in life so this will be another first. Cincinnati Opera has been on my bucket list for years, so here goes. Looking forward to visiting with my good friend and former colleague Linda Poe in Cincy and perhaps to even seeing my former student and good friend Jay Riemenschneider and yes all you Bach people - Dr Albert Riemenschneider, editor of the famous edition of the Orgelbuchlein and founder of Baldwin Wallace College Riemenschneider Bach Institute was his great grandfather.
During Act III this evening I realized that our offstage banda (or "little band") is actually larger than most Broadway orchestras (at 22 pieces). Our pit has 80 pieces. So, if you want to really hear some amazing music, come see Der Rosenkavalier at Cincinnati Opera this weekend.
As Cincinnati Opera prepares to present Richard Strauss’s beloved comedy Der Rosenkavalier, we welcome stars of the Opera’s 2013 season and pianist Marcus Küchle for a program of Strauss songs created especially for WGUC listeners. Join us as we trace Strauss’s inexhaustible gift for melody througho...
The opera 'Der Rosenkavalier' – 'The Knight of the Rose' – a romantic comedy by Richard Strauss, is known for its glorious roles for three leading ladies. They are the aging Marschallin (wife of the Field Marshal), her 17-year-old lover Octavian (a
Incredibly moving performance of this part of Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" by Diana Damrau as Sophie and Joyce DiDonato as Octavian. At the beginning, Joyce ...
At Cincinnati Opera watching sitzprobe of Der Rosenkavalier! What beautiful music!
Today the musical world remembers the birthday of Richard Strauss. I have loved his music since I was a teen, and as I approach 70, I am still thrilled by it. The first piece I learned was Ein Heldenleben with Mengelberg and the NY Phil., from 1928. This remains a magnificent recording, perhaps equalled only by Reiner/CSO and Karajan/BPO (1st DG). I remember seeing Ariande auf Naxos at the Chicago Lyric Opera (1964, Jochum conducting) with Ron and Richard--an amazing evening at the opera. Der Rosenkavalier, Die Frau ohne Schatten, the Alpine Symphony, Don Quixote, and the Four Last Songs -- all of these among my favorite works in music altogether. Richard Moritz and I saw Salome, Elektra, and Ariadne auf Naxos in Toronto in the 1990s. So to Richard Strauss on his 149th birthday, Happy Birthday!
Richard Georg Strauss (11 June 1864 in Munich – 8 September 1949) was a leading German composer of the late Romantic and early modern eras. He is known for his operas, which include Der Rosenkavalier and Salome; his Lieder, especially his Four Last Songs; and his tone poems and other orchestral works, such as Death and Transfiguration, Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, Also Sprach Zarathustra, An Alpine Symphony, and Metamorphosen. Strauss was also a prominent conductor throughout Germany and Austria. Strauss, along with Gustav Mahler, represents the late flowering of German Romanticism after Richard Wagner, in which pioneering subtleties of orchestration are combined with an advanced harmonic style. Strauss was born the son of Franz Strauss, who was the principal horn player at the Court Opera in Munich. In his youth, he received a thorough musical education from his father. He wrote his first composition at the age of six, and continued to write music almost until his death. During his boyhood Strauss ...
Happy 149th Birthday Richard Strauss! Strauss’ music was heavily influenced by Wagner. His operas and tone poems are masterpieces of virtuosity for the symphony orchestra. Strauss is best remembered for his operas Salome (1905) and Der Rosenkavalier (1911), and his tone poems, Don Juan (1888), Death and Transfiguration (1890), Also Sprach Zarathustra (1896), An Alpine Symphony (1915) and many other works. Strauss was a leading composer in the transition between the late Romantic period and the early modern era. His works are now part of the repertoire of most major orchestras. Also Sprach Zarathustra, one of his most familiar pieces, is easily recognizable after the use of the introduction in the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey. Read more about Strauss at Dean's blog.
Twyla is starring in the Cincinnati Opera’s production of Richard Strauss’s "Der Rosenkavalier" at Music Hall on June 27 and 29!
The exciting mezzo-soprano, Ema Mitrović, will join us singing on Saturday night, May 18, 7 PM, at Montclair Center Stage, Church and Park Streets. She will perform arias from "Carmen" and "Le Nozze di Figaro". Ema will also be performing the final trio from "Der Rosenkavalier" (with sopranos Jennifer D. Behnke and Heidi Sauser) at Opera Theatre of Montclair's June 9 Afternoon of German Opera and Cuisine. Hope to see you at these events!
"Mezzo-soprano sanjuanera Laura Virella was a National Finalist in the 2013 New York Lyric Opera competition. Known for her innate command of the stage, passion and precision, her quasi obsession with words in all languages drives her impulse to communicate the message at hand. She holds a BM from the Peabody Conservatory and an MM from Manhattan School of Music. She has apprenticed under Thomas Grubb and Kathryn LaBouff, as well as with Mercury Opera and Dicapo Opera in NYC. She pursued further studies in Italy, Berlin and Graz. The 2012 summer in Graz marked her Strauss debut as Octavian along Kammerängerin Linda Watson and emerging soprano Sarah Viola in the finale from Der Rosenkavalier, under the baton of Volksoper Wien Maestro Gerrit Prieβnitz. Two days later she was named First Runner-up (second to Patricia Racette) as Best Actress in Opera in the DC Theatre Scene Awards."
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The crazy night under the sky of Corfu or the triumph of the bel cantoOlga VisentinAn abundance of petals which gives it a rich form, prosperous, disruptive, a bright color, which tarnishes the very moment in which it is collected, symbol of the elusiveness of love, a heady perfume, which remains even after cutting, to witness what has been and that ensnares the smell: and through it's as if magically paralyze all the other senses. This is the rose centifolia, messenger of love, initial germ from which are born the two nightclubs with a sunrise and a prologue Rose of Corfu. "We would say that a rose heavenly - recited Sophie, the girlfriend of another work dedicated to a rose, Der Rosenkavalier by Strauss - not like those of our gardens, a rose of the holy Paradise. It 's almost a homage of heaven. Fin too strong because it can bear, attracts you as if you serrassero ties the heart. "A plot of intrigue that rose in the first and fundamental character, and that translates into the sensuality of the song va ...
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Scored last-minute seats on line to sold out Wagner's Der Rosenkavalier at Bolshoi Theatre, right next to the Imperial Box. That's right!
Jonas Kaufmann sings "Di rigori armato" from Act 1 of Richard Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier. This is the best version I have ever heard, even better than Taube...
Fascinating musical selection from on Desert Island DIscs. Think I was most surprised by choice of Der Rosenkavalier as 8th & last
If I have to read about how "opulent" Strauss's "Der Rosenkavalier" is or about the "sardonic" wit of Shostakovich's music one more time, I'm going to scream.
To put you out of your misery - Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier. One of the greatest of all operas.
Just watched "Der Rosenkavalier" by Richard Strauss, produced by the Netherlands Opera and conducted by Simon Rattle. It was a good production.
I disagree! Der Rosenkavalier was my 1st, I went on my own aged 18, and I LOVED it!
Watch the video & listen to Richard StraussAlso Sprach Zarathustra for free. Also Sprach Zarathustra appears on the album Also Sprach Zarathustra / Le Bourgeous Gentilhomme Suite / Der Rosenkavalier: Waltzes. Richard Strauss (11th June 1864 – 8th September 1949) was a German composer of the l...
Going through the Der Rosenkavalier tag on Tumblr is not good for my mental health. i blame you for this new masochistic streak.
They already were on the same stage for a glorious Der rosenkavalier, which I had the privilege of seeing the live broadcast.
San Diego OperaTalk! with Nick Reveles: Der Rosenkavalier starting in 3 mins...
Commemorating the anniversary of Der Rosenkavalier, with the trio. I'd say grab a tissue, but you know that...
Today in 1911, Richard Strauss' opera Der Rosenkavalier receives its debut performance at the Dresden State Opera.
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Der Rosenkavalier is a fantastic opera - esp for mezzos! Wonderful to see in my favourite opera role (Octavian) at in 2012.
Der Rosenkavalier had its premiere on this day in 1911. Take a look at this replica rose presented to Georg Solti ^C
Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59, a comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannstha, was first performed at the Königliches Opernhaus in Dresden on January 26, 1911 under the direction of Max Reinhardt.   Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s libretto was based partly on two plays by Molière. From the beginning he planned a major role for a young man to be played and sung by a woman. Octavian is the lover of the opera’s principal female character, the aristocratic Marschallin, and the opera’s opening scene finds them in bed together. When Hofmannsthal sent Strauss the scene in the spring of 1909 the composer was delighted with it and wrote back: ‘It will set itself to music like oil and melted butter; I’m hatching it already.’ It took Hofmannstahl until June 1910 to complete the libretto and Strauss finished the score in September. The Dresden opera authorities were worried that the opera was obscene, but the première went ahead with Max Reinhardt as directo ...
Good Friday morning to you! Interesting weather out there! Stay safe and warm! On the Morning Concert today, some music to hopefully help keep you calm and relaxed. In the first hour, we'll hear Albinoni's Oboe Concerto in D minor; Bach's Violin Partita No.2 in D minor; the Overture to Rossini's "Cinderella"; and a lovely choral anthem by John Rutter. We'll pick things up a bit at the top of the 10:00 hour with Richard Strauss's "Der Rosenkavalier" suite (the featured piece on today's composers datebook). We'll keep you updated with the latest road and weather conditions...stay tuned!
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Rumor has it Tcherniakov will direct at the Met-- "Prince Igor" and "Der Rosenkavalier"-- in coming seasons.
I really don't like the way Felicity Lott sings "Ja, ja" in Der Rosenkavalier which is a shame because her Marschallin is very good.
I love Strauss and enjoyed DER ROSENKAVALIER 2 days ago there is no doubt Simon Rattle is an exciting conductor,
Inserting my Richard Strauss "Der Rosenkavalier" CD. I bet Gracenote is going to tell me this one is "Pop."
Don Giovanni, Der Rosenkavalier,Galileo Galilei, and Aida. This is insane I can't describe this feeling
Der Rosenkavalier, Richard Strauss's ever-popular comic tilt at class and chivalry under the Haps...
Have you ever heard a song and for whatever reason, didn't know who it was by and didn't know the name, yet, looked and looked for it anyway? Well, finally after looking for one song for 13 years,.I finally found the one I've been looking for. It's not what most people would listen to, but, I heard it for the first time on a carousel when I was a little kid(obviously it's in the classical genre), then again on a soap opera, and sure enough, tonight, I found it again. I can see myself sitting on that carousel all over again. Richard Strauss - Der Rosenkavalier - Waltz Sequence No. 1
My selection today for "forgotten celebrity who's still with us" isn't what you'd call a movie star, though she has a major role in a 7 Oscar winning Best Picture. Rise Stevens (born Rise Steenberg) plans on celebrating her 100th birthday next June 11, & she was predominantly a star of opera since debuting at the Met in 1939 playing Octavian in Richard Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" and remaining there for 21 years. But her movie claim to fame was in 1944's Oscar champ "Going My Way" playing a friend of Father Chuck O'Malley (Bing Crosby) & also singing the title song in it. Her only other film appearance was as the singing wife of a jealous Nelson Eddy in 1941's "The Chocolate Soldier". And much later she also contributed voicework as Glinda the Good Witch in the animated fantasy "Journey Back To Oz" which was released in 1974. But on TV she appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show" 13 times between 1951 & 1960, 23 times on "The Voice Of Firestone" from 1949 to 1958, & 3 times in 1962 on "The Tonight Show St ...
What's better than a mid-week night out!? Enjoy a great deal at one of many Cape Ann restaurants, then hit the Shalin Liu PC on Tuesday for The Metropolitan Opera's encore broadcast of Der Rosenkavalier: Tickets:
You know? Sometimes life's difficult decisions are not so agonizing. I'm currently trying to decide. Should we go to an unspecified "chamber music" performance in the Mozarteum in Salzburg, or should I go see the Barber of Seville sung in German in Vienna? Leaning toward chamber music in Salzburg since we are also seeing Der Rosenkavalier in Vienna AND Madame Butterfly in Prague. Really toughy here! ;) Thoughts?
Been listening a lot to the Solti Rosenkavalier lately and have blogged my thoughts about it here:
My internet went down in the middle of The Presentation of the Rose from Der Rosenkavalier. I almost fainted with rage.
I got to eat a whole chicken leg as The Milliner in Der Rosenkavalier
Night we motored over to Frankfort to hear Der Rosenkavalier, but the.
Renee Fleming, Frederica von Stade, and Kathleen Battle. Please click the response video to see the continuation of this one.
Susan Graham Day Concert Sunday, September 16th; 5pm, TPC Sanctuary - FREE Midland Opera Theater will hold our 7th Annual Susan Graham Day Celebration on Sunday, Sept. 16th, at 5pm. Susan, a former Midlander and world- renowned mezzo-soprano, will be with us this year. Admission will be free, but donations will be gladly accepted. Suzy will sing and Doug Montgomery, well-known pianist from Santa Fe, will accompany her. After she sings, we will see some video of Suzy in her signature role as Octavian in Strauss's "Der Rosenkavalier.” This video is coming from The Metropolitan Opera and has not yet been released to the public, but we have permission to show it courtesy of Suzy.
This production of Richard Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" by Oscar-winning film director John Schlesinger, marked the 25th anniversary of Sir Georg Solti's spe...
So excited for Der Rosenkavalier on Great Performances tonight.
Mozart tonight at the Pritzker Pavillion (Millenium Park) -- "Cosi fan tutte" excerpts from Act One -- and the closing scene from "Der Rosenkavalier" by Strauss. I like both composers. Sometimes I wonder if Mozart got paid by the note, the way they just pour out of him (and his original scores have few, if any corrections -- a real genius). He's like a fighter -- Sugar Ray Robinson when in shape -- who can hit you any time he wants to, all night long. And he knew how to make music funny when the libretto demanded it -- nothing that Bach or Beethoven could have done, though they are as great in their own ways. Strauss, aside from the familial monopoly on the waltz (I love them), wrote music that frequently sounds like it's gathering for the big ending, when it's really just halfway home. Mozart, somewhat similarly, was master of the phony ending; one of his pieces has more than two dozen. Kids from the Lyric Opera school did the singing, and they were talented. The crowd stood up -- but they stand ...
Coming up tonight: Der Rosenkavalier with Renee Fleming, Sophie Koch & Camilla Tilling. Last night of festival. Massive party to follow.
Had a wonderful time at Der Rosenkavalier with Leslie M Phillips last night. An entire screen-full of Renee Fleming in a dress to die for singing in a voice that breaks your heart about the realities of aging and the uncertainties of love. And then, to top it all off, Leslie told me she has read the first chapter of The Year of the Crow, and loved the way I wrote about light in a world that seemed to have lost its color. I felt I had joined Renee with a bouquet of roses of my own.
Renee Fleming singing the monologue from Act I of Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier. Metropolitan Opera, 2010.   ...
Thoroughly enjoyed the repeat broadcast at Fenway of the Met's Der Rosenkavalier last night, with no intermissions though! Renee Fleming was amazing and Kristinn Sigmundsson was a great Ochs!
Dennis Conlon, Tess Colby and I went to the encore performance of Der Rosenkavalier in HD from the Metropolitan Opera tonight. It was her first opera. Renee Fleming and Susan Graham have such great chemistry that what could just be an old story is heart rending.
On my way to see Renee Fleming! (Not in person, but close enough!) Der Rosenkavalier, Live from the Met (repeat performance, though) at Tinseltown at 6:30. Anyone want to join me?! Head on over!
I'm going to cheat: Act I of Der Rosenkavalier and Act II of La Traviata.
Gilbert’s Austere Nielsen Alan Gilbert’s first major recording project since becoming music director of the New York Philharmonic is the symphonies and concertos of Denmark’s foremost composer, Carl Nielsen (1865-1931), for Dacapo. The series commenced last year with the Second Symphony (The Four Temperaments), recorded live in concert. Last week was the Third, nicknamed Sinfonia espansiva. The two are set for release on the first CD in the fall. Nielsen completed his Third in 1911, the same year as Stravinsky’s Petrushka, Sibelius’s Fourth Symphony, Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, Bartók’s Bluebeard’s Castle, and Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier. Debussy was working on Book II of his Préludes and Ravel on Daphnis et Chloé. Three weeks after Nielsen finished his Third, Mahler died, leaving his Tenth Symphony unfinished.
Der Rosenkavalier, with a libretto by Hugo von Hoffmannsthal, was completed in 1910 and staged in Dresden the following year. The drama centres on the Marsch...
We are excited about the up-coming Triangle Opera Studios collaboration with the Fayetteville Symphony on Friday, May 19th at 7:30 in the evening. The event will take place at the Seabrook Auditorium on the Fayetteville State campus. Our TOS singers will include my wife, the founder of TOS and a veteran of the greatest opera houses in the world, Christine Weidinger singing "Un bel di" from "Madame Butterfly"; our super-tenor Michael Rallis (Canio in our recent "Pagliacci" production) singing "Nessun dorma" as none else can (believe me!); the lovely and stupendously talented Jodi Lewis with "Vissi d'arte", Tosca's famous lament; the hypnotically beautiful and magically gifted Sarah Ittoop with the beloved "O mio babbino caro"; and the electrifying and charismatic Marie Miller as Carmen in the famous "Habanera". Lewis, Ittoop and Miller join forces to offer the final trio from "Der Rosenkavalier" - one of the most beautiful esembles for female voices ever composed; and Weidinger and Rallis sing the exciting ...
Richard Strauss was a pretty great composer, but the man could not write a waltz. The waltzes from Der Rosenkavalier are terrible. Johann Strauss on the other hand...
UH Event of the Day - OPERA - Der Rosenkavalier, Moores Opera House, Richard Strauss and Libretto by Hugo von Hoffmansthal. 2:00 pm
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