Reimann, A: Medea

Arthaus Musik: 101551

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Reimann, A: Medea

Catalogue No:

101551

Discs:

1

Release date:

31st Jan 2011

Barcode:

0807280155198

Medium:

DVD Video

Format:

NTSC

Region:

all

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Reimann, A: Medea

Live Recording from The Wiener Staatsoper, 2010


Marlis Petersen (Medea), Michaela Selinger (Kreusa), Elisabeth Kulman (Gora), Michael Roider (Kreon) & Adrian Eröd (Jason)

Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper, Michael Boder

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World Premiere Recording on DVD

Stage Director, Set & Lighting Design by Marco Arturo Marelli

Costume Design Dagmar Niefind

Aribert Reimann is one of the world’s most important living composers. His works are performed regularly all over the world. Now comes his latest opera - Medea. Roughly 30 authors have written works based on this ancient myth but it was the play by Franz Grillparzer which inspired Reimann most: »In no other version is it made so brutally clear that Medea is an outsider. (…) Right from the start of act one my mind was flooded by musical ideas and by the end of the second act I really thought my head would burst.« Vienna State Opera succeeded in recruiting Marco Arturo Marelli – a man with a world-wide reputation, especially for global premieres – as director and scenographer for this performance. Unusually for a world premiere, the first series of performances of the opera were a huge success amongst audiences and press alike. The public stormed the box office and ticket sales by far exceeded availability. A “Sold Out” notice had to be put up for virtually every performance!

Sound Format: PCM Stereo, DD 5.1

Picture Format: 16:9

DVD Format: DVD 9, NTSC

Subtitle Languages: DE, GB, FR, IT, ES, JP

Running Time: 113 mins

FSK: 0

BBC Music Magazine

April 2011

****

“This is a taut, gripping work...Marlis Petersen is outstanding in the demanding title role, more than ably supported by Adrian Eröd's uneasy Jason, and Michaela Selinger's naive Kreusa. Max Emanuel Cencic is visually as well as vocally striking as the Herold...this is an invaluable document of a strong work.”

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