CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Performance Sunday, December 7, 2014 | 2 PM

Teatro Regio Torino

Rossini's William Tell (opera in concert)

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
There’s more to William Tell than just an overture. Based on a Schiller drama, Rossini’s rarely performed opera was his last work and his dramatic masterpiece. A grand opera in every sense, William Tell thrills with its passionate arias, superb ensembles, and sweeping orchestral splendor—including that famous overture.

Performers

  • Teatro Regio Torino
    Gianandrea Noseda, Conductor
  • Dalibor Jenis, Baritone (Guglielmo Tell)
  • John Osborn, Tenor (Arnoldo)
  • Angela Meade, Soprano (Matilde)
  • Marco Spotti, Bass (Gualtiero)
  • Fabrizio Beggi, Bass (Melchtal)
  • Marina Bucciarelli, Soprano (Jemmy)
  • Anna Maria Chiuri, Mezzo-Soprano (Edvige)
  • Gabriele Sagona, Bass (Gessler)
  • Mikeldi Atxalandabaso, Tenor (Un pescatore)
  • Saverio Fiore, Tenor (Rodolfo)
  • Paolo Maria Orecchia, Bass (Leutoldo)
  • Chorus Teatro Regio Torino
    Claudio Fenoglio, Chorus Master

Program

  • ROSSINI Guglielmo Tell (William Tell) (concert performance)

Audio

Rossini's Guillaume Tell: Overture
Chicago Symphony Orchestra | Fritz Reiner, Conductor
BMG Entertainment

This performance is part of Weekends at Carnegie Hall, Operas in Concert, and Choral Sundays.

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