Royal Opera House brandmark

Callas, Maria - At Covent Garden 1962 & 1964 CD + DVD

Callas, Maria - At Covent Garden 1962 & 1964 CD + DVD

Callas live at the Royal Opera House which includes extracts from Norma, Don Carlo, Tosca and Carmen.

- In stock


Maria Callas sang some of her most celebrated roles at the Royal Opera House, and captvated the audiences there with the unique subtlety of her dramatic identification with opera's suffering heroines, and the power and delicacy of her interpretations. Now on both CD and DVD in one set with luxury booklet full of reflections on and photographs of Callas, these recordings of nights at the Royal Opera spring once again to live after a century and more.


CD 1:
Bellini - Norma extracts

with Mirto Picchi, Ebe Stignani, Joan Sutherland, Giacomo Vaghi.

Conductor: Vittorio Gui.

CD 2: 
Verdi - Don Carlo Act IV: Tu che le vanità.

Conductor: Georges Prêtre.


Puccini: Tosca extracts

with Edgar Boniface, Robert Bowman, Renato Cioni, Eric Garrett, Tito Gobbi, Victor Godfrey, Denis Wicks.

Conductor: Carlo Felice Cillario. 



Maria Callas at Covent Garden, 1962 and 1964.

Extracts from Don Carlo, Carmen and Tosca.

Conductors: Georges Prêtre / Carlo Felice Cillario.



Royal Opera Chorus

Chorus Master: Douglas Robinson

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

Running Time: 155.40 mins (CDs)  70.40 mins (DVD)



CDs > Artist
DVDs > Artist
DVDs > Royal Opera House Titles


Write a review

  • Your email will not be published
  • *Rating


Email to a friend

Related products

Puccini: Tosca CD (Victor de Sabata)

Puccini: Tosca CD (Victor de Sabata)

Classic recording of Tosca from La Scala with Maria Callas, Giuseppe di Stefano and Tito Gobbi.
DiDonato, Joyce -  Rejoyce! The Best of CD

DiDonato, Joyce - Rejoyce! The Best of CD

ReJOYCE! An album produced by and dedicated to Joyce’s fans from around the world.
Sacred Verdi CD (Antonio Pappano)

Sacred Verdi CD (Antonio Pappano)

This new recording of sacred choral music celebrates the 200th anniversary of the birth of the great Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi.