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Verdi: Don Carlo DVD (The Royal Opera)

Verdi: Don Carlo DVD (The Royal Opera)

Director Nicholas Hytner’s staging of Don Carlo featuring Rolando Villazón and Marina Poplavskaya in the lead roles.
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Director Nicholas Hytner’s new staging of Verdi’s grandest – and arguably greatest – opera Don Carlo was the highlight of the 2007/2008 Royal Opera House Season. This new production marked Rolando Villazón’s much anticipated, triumphant return to Covent Garden.

 

Find out more about the production

 

Music: Giuseppe Verdi

Don Carlo: Rolando Villazón

Elisabetta di Valois: Marina Poplavskaya

Rodrigo: Simon Keenlyside

Philip II: Ferruccio Furlanetto

Princess Eboli: Sonia Ganassi

Tebaldo: Pumeza Matshikiza

Conte di Lerma: Nikola Matišic

Grand Inquisitor:  Eric Halfvarson

 

Royal Opera Chorus

Chorus Director: Renato Balsadonna

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

Concert Master: Vasko Vassilev

Conductor: Antonio Pappano

Director: Nicholas Hytner
Designs: Bob Crowley

Lighting design: Mark Henderson

Movement : Scarlett Mackmin

Fight Director: Terry King

 

Picture: 16:9
Running Time: 126+85 mins
Sound: LPCM Stereo/ 5.1 DTS Surround
Subtitles: EN/FR/DE/ES/IT
Region code: NTSC 0
 

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DVDs > Opera
DVDs > From the Royal Opera House

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