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Fidelio at the Teatro Regio Torino
The new production of Fidelio by Ludwig van Beethoven, is on stage from Friday 9 December at 8 pm. The new staging is by Mario Martone who, with this direction, makes his debut at the Teatro Regio, while Gianandrea Noseda conducts the Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro. The sets, realised in co-production with the Opéra Royal de Wallonie of Liège, are by Sergio Tramonti, costumes by Ursula Patzak and lights by Nicolas Bovey.
Cast is composed by Ricarda Merbeth, Ian Storey, Lucio Gallo, Franz Hawlata and Talia Or. Chorus Master is Claudio Fenoglio.
Fidelio will be broadcast live by Rai-Radio3 on 9 December at 8 pm, and the TV programme of Rai Tre Prima della Prima will dedicate an episode to the new production, to be broadcast Tuesday 17 January at 1.35 and Sunday 22 January at 12.55.
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Bartok CD Recording of the Month in Gramophone Magazine!
Bartók’s Violin and Viola Concertos (Chandos CHAN 10690) performed by James Ehnes and Gianandrea Noseda with the BBC Philharmonic made Recording of the Month in Gramophone magazine.
Great success for the War Requiem at the Barbican!
BRITTEN War Requiem

Gianandrea Noseda conductor
Sabina Cvilak soprano
Ian Bostridge tenor
Simon Keenlyside baritone
London Symphony Chorus
Eltham College Choir
London Symphony Orchestra

Interweaving war poetry by English author Wilfred Owen alongside liturgy from the Requiem Mass, Britten’s seminal work was written for the reconsecration of Coventry Cathedral, after it had been destroyed by bombing in World War II. Writing to his sister, Britten rather unassumingly said ‘I hope it’ll make people think a bit’. It went on to be regarded as a public statement against the horrors of war
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