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Juan Diego Flórez

Born in Lima in 1973, Juan Diego Flórez is considered the bel canto tenor of choice in major opera houses around the world: his expressive singing, effortless high notes and brilliant coloratura make him ideal for the operas of Rossini, Donizetti and Bellini. After making his official debut at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro in 1996, where he stood in for an indisposed colleague as Corradino in Matilde di Shabran, Flórez became an overnight success: his La Scala debut followed the same year, and in 2007 he became the first artist to be granted an encore at that theatre for 74 years, following an astonishing account of the top-C-studded aria 'Ah! mes amis' in Donizetti's La Fille du Régiment.

Since 2001 he has been an exclusive artist for Decca: his numerous awards include the Rossini d'Oro prize and a Gramophone nomination in 2009 for 'Bel Canto Spectacular'.

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Rossini: Matilde di Shabran

Rossini: Matilde di Shabran


Olga Peretyatko (Matilde di Shabran), Anna Goryachova (Edoardo), Marco Filippo Romano (Raimondo Lopez), Juan Diego Flórez (Corradino), Simon Orfila (Ginardo), Nicola Alaimo (Aliprando), Paolo Bordogna (Isidoro), Chiara Chialli (Contessa d'Arco)

Orchestra e coro del Teatro Comunale de Bologna, Michele Mariotti

The opera that few tenors dare sing and which Flórez has made his own throughout his career.

Recorded at the 2012 Pesaro Festival, Flórez reprises the role that shot him to stardom in 1996 aged twenty-three.

Conducting is the up-and-coming young Italian maestro Michele Mariotti who was praised for his pacing in this long opera.

The performance also features the much-admired Olga Peretyatko — a fine stage artist and a consummate performer of Rossini’s fiorature — in the title role.

This DVD complements Flórez’s CD recording of the opera, which won numerous awards in 2006.

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Rossini: Zelmira

Rossini: Zelmira


Juan Diego Florez (Ilo), Kate Aldrich (Zelmira), Gregory Kunde (Antenore), Alex Esposito (Polidoro), Marianna Pizzolato (Emma), Mirco Palazzi (Leucippo)

Orchestra e coro del Teatro Comunale de Bologna, Roberto Abbado

Juan Diego Flórez stars in the only available DVD version of Zelmira, filmed at the celebrated Rossini Festival in the composer’s home town of Pesaro. Recorded in high definition at the 2009 Festival, Giorgio Barberio Corsetti’s production places the classical tale, set during the Trojan Wars, in modern times and modern dress. The final opera Rossini wrote for Naples is a dramatic and musical tour de force and a magnificent showcase for the bel canto superstar of our time.

Joining Juan Diego Flórez are a major international cast, described as “near miraculous” by Opera Today and led by American mezzo-soprano Kate Aldrich in the virtuosic title role.

But the evening remained another distinguished triumph for Juan Diego Flórez as Prince Ilo, whose arrival in his homeland, to rescue Zelmira, was marked by “a dazzling tenorial display” which “evoked a nearly twenty-minute ovation” (Opera Today)

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Rossini: Le Comte Ory

Rossini: Le Comte Ory


Production by Bartlett Sher; recorded in 2011

In spring 2011, the first-ever performances at New York's Metropolitan Opera of Rossini's Le Comte Ory brought standing ovations and critical-acclaim. The spectacular trio of Juan Diego Florez, Diana Damrau and Joyce DiDonato ignited vocal and theatrical fireworks.

Le Comte Ory tells the story of a libidinous and cunning nobleman who disguises himself first as a hermit and then as a nun ("Sister Colette") in order to gain access to the virtuous Countess Adele, whose brother is away at the Crusades. The 2011 Met production was directed by the Tony Award-winning Broadway director Bartlett Sher, who in recent years has also staged Il barbiere di Siviglia and Les Contes d'Hoffman for the Met. Sher presented the action as an opera within an opera, updated the action by a few centuries and giving the costume designer, Catherine Zuber, the opportunity to create some particularly extravagant headgear. Juan Diego Florez starred as the title role while Diana Damrau plays his love interest, Countess Adele, and Joyce DiDonato was in breeches as his pageboy Isolier. The trio had appeared in Sher's production of Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia.

The New York Times praised "the terrific cast", citing Damrau's "lustrous, agile coloratura soprano voice, and charisma galore" and describing how DiDonato, "who sang with plush sound and impeccable passagework, sent top notes soaring and conveyed all the swagger of a smitten page."

The Financial Times named Florez, "a bel-canto paragon virtually without peer. He attacks and/or floats top tones with laughing ease, phrases with slender grace and exudes charm even when impersonating a singing nun". The Wall Street Journal said: "It was a treat to hear Mr. Florez navigate the vocal extremes of the role, popping out high C's while adopting a rascally but winning demeanor."

Conducted with verve and finesse by Rossini specialist Maurizio Benini, the production also features the stylish French baritone Stephane Degout as Ory's bibulous conspirator Raimbaud (quite a change from his previous Met role - Debussy's gentle Pelleas), charismatic Italian bass Michele Pertusi as the Count's long-suffering Tutor, and, formidable as Adele's housekeeper Ragonde, the Swedish dramatic mezzo Susanne Resmark.

“Sher's production is wise, witty and completely faithful to the spirit of the piece...Damrau is peerless, giving a bravura comic performance made from winks and nudges, heavy theatrical sighing and a heaving bosom. Rossini's music might have been written for her diamond-bright coloratura and gravity-defying top notes. Joyce DiDonato is equally fine...And who could ask for a more winning Ory than Juan Diego Florez?...Delicious.” BBC Music Magazine, June 2012

“Not since Juan Oncina at Glyndebourne in the 1950s has there been a singer better able to cope with the phallocentric Count's stratospheric billings and cooings than Juan Diego Florez. Diana Damrau, a coloratura possessed of breeding as well as presence, makes a superb Countess Adele, and the irrepressible Joyce DiDonato gives a properly testosterone-fuelled performance...Benini directs the Met's Rolls Royce pit band with brisk efficiency.” Gramophone Magazine, July 2012

“What a cast the Met has put together!...[Florez is] handsome, sly and tonally easy...[Damrau] acts with just the right oxymoronic ladylike lust...there seems to be nothing [DiDonato's] voice cannot do and she moves as if she owns the stage...Benini managed to keep the many disparate parts together and leads with great consideration for the singers.” International Record Review, June 2012

“The purity and lightness of Flórez’s voice is astounding...If we ever hear another Ory as good as this then I’ll be very surprised... the sheer security of [DiDonato's] tone is a marvel to behold...Damrau has less form in the bel canto repertoire, but she takes to the virtuoso role of the Countess like a duck to water.” MusicWeb International, July 2012

“the Met have assembled a real dream-team here. Diana Damrau’s fulsome Countess exudes an almost Carry-On-style naughtiness under her regal veneer, Joyce DiDonato is swashbucklingly ebullient as the Count’s page and Juan Diego Flórez...is all rakish insouciance...Shades of Blackadder and Monty Python? Undoubtedly. Scintillating singing and knockabout good fun? See my previous answer.” Katherine Cooper, Presto Classical, 9th April 2012

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Bellini: I Puritani

Bellini: I Puritani


Juan Diego Flórez (Lord Arturo Talbot), Nino Machaidze (Elvira), Ildebrando D’Arcangelo (Sir Giorgio Valton), Ugo Guagliardo (Lord Gualtiero Valton), Gabriele Viviani (Sir Riccardo Forth), Gianluca Floris (Sir Bruno Roberton) & Nadia Pirazzini (Enrichetta di Francia)

Orchestra e coro del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Michele Mariotti

In this high-definition film of Bellini’s historical bel-canto drama, “I Puritani”, tenor superstar Juan Diego Flórez is partnered by new young Georgian soprano Nino Machaidze, in her first appearance on Decca DVD. Joining them in a striking new staging by Pier’Alli at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna is celebrated bass baritone, Ildebrando D’Arcangelo. The context is England’s Civil War between the Roundheads (the Parliamentarians, or Puritans of the title) and the Cavaliers (Royalists). A love triangle between Arturo (a Puritan), Riccardo (a Royalist) and the beautiful Elvira results in a drama of escapes, disguises and captures, during which Elvira loses her reason, before a final pardon restores her senses and unites her with her beloved Arturo. This new production benefits from the use of a new critical addition, with significant added material.

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Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia


Juan Diego Florez (Count Almaviva), Joyce DiDonato (Rosina), Pietro Spagnoli (Figaro), Alessandro Corbelli (Doctor Bartolo), Ferruccio Furlanetto (Don Basilio), Jennifer Rhys-Davies (Berta), Changhan Lim (Fiorello), Bryan Secombe (Ambrogio), Christoper Lackner (Officer), Andrew Macnair (Notary)

Orchestra & Chorus of The Royal Opera House, Antonio Pappano

This DVD is in fact the "break a leg" version which sees Joyce DiDonato perform her role in a wheelchair - a story which has occupied international headlines last year - and definitely a DVD which will stand out. The DVD will include bonus features like an interview with Joyce on her stage accident and subsequent wheelchair performances.

Captured at London’s Royal Opera House with an unbeatable cast in a sparkling, colourful production, this Barbiere offers a unique dramatic twist: Joyce DiDonato, who had broken her leg on the first night of the run, insisted on performing. As she said : ”Being trapped in the wheelchair was a quite literal way of demonstrating Rosina's huge desire to break free.”

“The Royal Opera's cheerful and colourful new production of Rossini's most popular work is a copper- bottomed hit.”

The Daily Telegraph

With its unbeatable line-up of singers and conductor, last summer’s Il barbiere di Siviglia at London’s Royal Opera House was always going to hit the musical headlines ... but it ended up making news around the world when the leading lady, Joyce DiDonato, broke her leg on the first night. Undaunted, and still singing with her usual brilliance, DiDonato heroically completed the performance. She then went on to appear in the entire run, wearing a bright pink plaster cast on her leg and whizzing around the stage in a wheelchair.

Virgin Classics, already scheduled to record the production for DVD, thus captured a Barbiere unlike any other.

This was how The Guardian reported the story:

“There is a moment … when Rosina complains that she has cramp in her foot – and the line has never seemed more appropriate than this week at Covent Garden. Joyce DiDonato … would have achieved wonderful reviews for her voice alone: luscious and clear, with a freshness that filled the theatre. It was as good a performance as anyone could remember … but the event that made it extraordinary occurred during the first act on the opening night. DiDonato slipped, hurting her ankle, and sang for the next three hours supported by a crutch. It turned out to be a fracture, but rather than withdrawing from the show she pressed on, singing and acting largely from a wheelchair.

“Whirling about the stage, with a bright pink plaster cast on her leg, her predicament seemed fitting for her character, who is supposed to be imprisoned at home by her guardian … DiDonato wrote that ‘being trapped in the wheelchair was a quite literal way of demonstrating Rosina's frustration and huge desire to break free’ … The rest of the cast was spectacular, too …. If, when the production is revived, Rosina appears on the stage without a wheelchair decorated with a big ribbon, it will seem as if something has gone wrong.”

The Independent made clear that, for all DiDonato’s verve and virtuosity in the face of adversity, this was no one-woman show: “Rossini's Barbiere is packed with showstoppers; but when did we last see it cast at such strength, sung with such tongue- and vocal cord-twisting relish, and conducted with such panache that every number did just that – stopped the show? Answer: the current revival of Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier's wild and wacky staging at the Royal Opera House. They must have added a quarter of an hour to the running time in applause.”

Juan Diego Flórez lived up to his reputation as the world’s star bel canto tenor: “Flórez is in amazing form: his runs brilliantly etched, his tone glinting, his top notes seemingly effortless. He held his brilliant final B flat without a quiver of insecurity for what seemed like half a minute,” (The Times), while as the eponymous energetic barber, Pietro Spagnoli delivered Figaro’s numbers “with panache and impressively meaty tone” (The Times). The villains of the piece were not to be outdone: “the expert Alessandro Corbelli showed how much comic fun can be had with crusty old Doctor Bartolo, and Ferruccio Furlanetto, booming like a rumbling thunderclap of doom and gloom, made a wicked caricature out of Don Basilio.” (Financial Times)

As for the all-important contribution of the Royal Opera House’s Music Director: “Musically … it was bliss … There is thoughtfulness as well as brilliance in Antonio Pappano's conducting, which gives us greater emotional resonance than usual in this work without diluting its abrasive comedy,” said The Guardian.

The DVD also includes a bonus interview with Juan Diego Flórez, Antonio Pappano, Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier and Joyce DiDonato, talking about her role as Rosina and about her career. She has received the highest praise for her recent Virgin Classics recital of Rossini, ‘Colbran, the Muse’: “DiDonato's trills are flawless, her Italian is always precise, and her theatrical sense is magnificent. Musically and dramatically, the disc is perfection.” (Opera News)

“Antonio Pappano's conducting brings back the genuine Italian frisson of sprung rhythms, banda-like colour and prominence of wind and brass, and real tension (but lack of fake hurry) in crescendos. The singing here, and its ornamentation, operates on a high level indeed, much aided in naturalness by the conducting...All in all, the evening is a musical triumph.” Gramophone Magazine, June 2010

“Juan Diego Florez is the Almaviva of one's dreams, vocally and musically impeccable...and an actor of enormous charm and intelligence, whilst in the title role Pietro Spagnoli offers warmth and personality to spare...Patrice Caurier and Moshe Leiser's production, a blend of ancient and modern visuals, matches the music-making perfectly.” BBC Music Magazine, August 2010 *****

BBC Music Magazine

DVD Choice - August 2010

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Bellini: La Sonnambula

Bellini: La Sonnambula


Juan Diego Flórez (Elvino), Natalie Dessay (Amina), Michele Pertusi (Count Rodolfo), Jennifer Black (Lisa), Jane Bunnell (Teresa), Jeremy Galyon (Alessio), Bernard Fitch (Notary)

Orchestra & Chorus of the Metropolitan Opera, New York, Evelino Pidò (conductor) & Mary Zimmerman (stage director)

Bellini's romantic opera 'La sonnambula' (1831), hinges on the love and misunderstanding between Elvino and Amina (the ‘sleepwalker’ of the title). Discovered in the bedroom of Rodolfo, Amina is assumed to have been unfaithful, and Elvino cancels their wedding. But in the dramatic final scene, he witnesses Amina sleepwalking, understands her innocence, and all ends happily. Mary Zimmerman's production plays with the dual realities of a rehearsal of the opera and a performance of the opera itself.

In his latest Decca DVD release, bel canto star Juan Diego Flórez assumes the role of Elvino in Bellini’s romantic drama, playing opposite the mercurial French soprano, Natalie Dessay, in the MET’s striking, modern-dress production, screening live worldwide in March 2009.

The MET’s ‘La Sonnambula’ website reads: “Mary Zimmerman, who directed Natalie Dessay in last season’s hit new production of Lucia di Lammermoor, underlines La Sonnambula’s dual elements of sleep and wakefulness in an intriguing staging set in the present. Bellini’s hauntingly lyrical score soars as performed by Dessay and Juan Diego Flórez, back from their sensational run together in La Fille du Régiment in leading opera houses around the world.”

The DVD release will benefit from the addition of the customary MET backstage and interview footage, familiar to devotees of their live worldwide cinema broadcasts.

Following Flórez's latest DVD release (Cenerentola, in October 2009), 2010 will also see a second Flórez DVD – Bellini’s ‘I Puritani’, with Nino Machaidze, from Bologna.

Filmed in High Definition Widescreen.

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English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese

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LPCM Stereo & DTS 5.1 Surround (DVD)

BONUS FEATURE:

'Backstage at the MET', presented by Deborah Voigt, featuring interviews with Dessay and Flórez

“The role of Amina holds no terrors for Natalie Dessay...you wonder how it could be sung any other way. As Elvino, Juan Diego Flórez is richer in tone than in recent performances and you feel the violence ignited by his sexual jealousy. In the pit, Evelino Pidò is everything you need” BBC Music Magazine, July 2010 ***

“[The rehearsal conceit] may sound like a straight thumbs-down. But it works....almost without knowing it, one is drawn into the work itself, rejoicing in the power of song...Juan Diego Flórez has an abundance of all that is required and enjoys a well-deserved ovation after his solo in Act 2...Evelino Pidò conducts with judicious flexibility.” Gramophone Magazine, July 2010

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Rossini: La Cenerentola

Rossini: La Cenerentola


Joyce DiDonato (Angelina), Juan Diego Flórez (Ramiro), Bruno De Simone (Don Magnifico), David Menéndez (Dandini), Simón Orfila (Alidoro), Cristina Obregón (Clorinda), Itxaro Mentxaka (Tisbe)

Orchestra & Chorus of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Conductor: Patrick Summers, Stage Director: Joan Font

Tenor superstar, Juan Diego Flórez, adds the role of Prince Ramiro in Rossini’s sparkling comedy ‘La Cenerentola’, to his rapidly growing catalogue of performances on Decca DVD.

Taking the title role in one of Rossini’s most popular operas is one of today’s great Cinderellas, the American mezzo-soprano, Joyce DiDonato.

The DVD presents Joan Font’s strikingly colourful, toy-town staging of Perrault’s tale, using dancers as rats, and finally revealing the action to have been Cinderella’s dream. Filmed in Barcelona’s Liceu Theatre, the production was first seen, with Joyce DiDonato as Cinderella, a year previously at the Houston Grand Opera, to enormous critical acclaim.

‘La Cenerentola’ joins Flórez’s other Rossini comic opera on Decca DVD, ‘Il barbiere di Siviglia’, together with his DVDs of Donizetti’s ‘La Fille du Régiment’ and ‘Don Pasquale’.

Picture: 16:9 (anamorphic widescreen)

Audio:LPCM Stereo / DTS 5.1 Surround.

Subtitles: English, French, German, Italian (sung language), Spanish, Chinese.

Bonus Feature: English

“[DiDonato and Flórez] both give outstanding performances, with all their trademark agility in Rossini's coloratura, and Joyce DiDonato's warm mezzo is especially winningly caught here.” BBC Music Magazine, April 2010 **

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Donizetti: La Fille du Régiment

Donizetti: La Fille du Régiment

Stage Director: Laurent Pelly


Natalie Dessay (Marie), Juan Diego Flórez (Tonio), Felicity Palmer (La Marquise de Birkenfeld), Alessandro Corbelli (Sulpice), Donald Maxwell (Hortensius), Dawn French (La Duchesse de Crackentorp)

Orchestra & Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Bruno Campanella

Subtitles: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian

Live from Covent Garden, Royal Opera House, London – January 2007

“Reactions to Dawn French’s non-singing appearance as an ample and obdurate Duchess of Crackentorp will be, more than usual, a matter of taste...But there can surely be no argument about Dessay. As the regiment’s tomboy handmaiden Marie, pigtail curving, fist punching the air à la Nigel Kennedy, she shows incredible comic verve even when Donizetti’s music sends her voice skyrocketing. Singer, actress, clown: she’s all three. Theatrically, Flórez isn’t even near the same league...[but] the Peruvian star’s grin, sparkle and ringing tenor keep us happy enough. When the nine high Cs of Ah, mes amis! are hit dead in the centre with the ease of a shrug, you know you’re in safe hands. And Tonio suits exactly the singer’s still-boyish charm... It all makes you want to be in the stalls, seeing and breathing every moment.” The Times, 25th April 2008 ****

“Dessay… is such a natural clown, and it is wonderful to behold the way she used little bits of the coloratura to illustrate comic points. Bruno Campanella conducts the Royal Opera forces with a delicate understanding of all the requirements of Donizetti's often exquisite instrumental detail.” Gramophone Magazine, May 2008

“Laurent Pelly's production of Donizetti's opéra comique was one of the highlights of the Royal Opera's 2006-7 season, and viewing this well-produced DVD of the show it's perfectly obvious why. Natalie Dessay's skinny tomboy of a Marie combines a 110 per cent commitment to the physicality of her acting with a coloratura facility that is beyond criticism.” BBC Music Magazine, June 2008 *****

“Dessay establishes her star quality from her very first entry and vivaciously dominates Donizetti's delightful opera throughout...In short she is an unforgettably enchanting Marie, unlikely to be surpassed...[Florez] also sings and acts superbly.” Penguin Guide, 2011 edition

GGramophone Awards 2008

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BBC Music Magazine

DVD Choice - June 2008

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Donizetti - La Fille du Régiment & Don Pasquale

Donizetti - La Fille du Régiment & Don Pasquale


Donizetti:

La Fille du Régiment

Recorded Teatro Carlo Felice Genoa Italy 2005

Juan Diego Flórez (Tonio), Patrizia Ciofi (Marie), Nicola Ulivieri (Sulpice), Francesca Franci (La Marquise de Birkenfeld)

Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Carlo Felice, Riccardo Frizza

Don Pasquale

Recorded live at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, January 2007

Juan Diego Flórez (Ernesto), Isabel Rey (Norina), Ruggero Raimondi (Don Pasquale), Oliver Widmer (Malatesta)

Zurich Opera House Orchestra & Chorus, Nello Santi


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Celebración: Gustavo Dudamel & Juan Diego Flórez:

Celebración: Gustavo Dudamel & Juan Diego Flórez:

2010 Opening Night Concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall


Donizetti:

Ah! mes amis, quel jour de fête! (from La Fille du Régiment)

Granda:

La flor de la canela

arranged by Juan Diego Flórez

Grever:

Júrame

Gutierrez, P E:

Alma Llanera

Lara, Augustin:

Granada

Márquez:

Danzón No. 2

Moncayo:

Huapango

Rossini:

La gazza ladra Overture

Principe più non se (from La Cenerentola)

Semiramide Overture

La speranza più soave (from Semiramide)

Verdi:

La donna è mobile (from Rigoletto)


In October 2010, Gustavo Dudamel was joined by close musical friend, Juan Diego Flórez for the gala opening of his second season as Music Director of the LA Philharmonic. Performing at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the sparkling program featured Rossini arias and overtures as well as popular songs and dances that celebrate the two artists’ Latin American heritage.

“Flórez sang splendidly… his Rossini with Dudamel was all class… Dudamel brought out wonderful instrumental details. The orchestra sparkled.” Los Angeles Times

The DVD includes interviews with both Gustavo Dudamel and Juan Diego Flórez.

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