Saturday, January 1, 2011

Anna Netebko and Erwin Schrott at the New Year's Eve Concert at the Semperoper Dresden on 30. Dec 2010

René Fleming was scheuled to sing Franz Lehár's “Die lustige Witwe” at the Semperoper Dresden on 30. and 31. December 2010. Weather conditions in New York, a huge snow, did not allow her to reach Dresden in time to attend the first of the performances. To cover René Fleming at the Semperoper Dresden no one else than Anna Netrebko and Erwin Schrott as special invited guests.

Anna Netrebko and Erwin Schrott, who were in Wien and they were the surprise invited guest at the Wiener Staatsoper on New Year's Eve on 31. December 2010, moved to Dresden to perform on the Silvesterkonzert on 30. December 2010. The programme and cast for this performance was the following:
Silvesterkonzert, Emmerich Kálmán: “Heia, Heia, in den Bergen” aus “Die Csárdásfürstin” | Pablo Ziegler: “Rojo tango” | Franz Lehár: Auszüge aus “Die lustige Witwe”, Semperoper Dresden, Dresden 30. Dec 2010 – Anna Netrebko (Soprano), Erwin Schrott (Bass-baritone); Anna Gabler (Hanna Glawari), Christopher Maltman (Graf Danilo Danilowitsch), Carolina Ullrich (Valencienne), Andrej Dunaev (Camille du Rossillon), Tom Martinsen (Baron Mirko Zeta), Christoph Pohl (Vicomte de Cascada), Aaron Pegram (Raoul de St. Brioche), Sangmin Lee (Kromow), Ilhun Jung (Bogdanowitsch), Gerald Hupach (Pritschitsch), Valda Wilson (Lolo), Stephanie Atanasov (Dodo), Romy Petrick (Clo-clo), Arantza Ezenarro (Jou-jou), Gala El Hadidi (Margot); Sächsischer Staatsopernchor Dresden, Sächsischen Staatskapelle Dresden, Christian Thielemann

Anna Netrebko and Erwin Schrott in the Silvesterkonzert at the Semperoper Dresden on 30. Dec 2010

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