Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Glyndebourne 2015)

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Director: David McVicar

Conductor: Robin Ticciati

Cast: Sally Matthews, Edgaras Montvidas, Tobias Kehrer, Mari Eriksmoen, Brenden Gunnell, Franck Saurel.|The Glyndebourne Chorus

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Director David McVicar’s original-period vision for this Mozartian gem allows its genius to speak for itself, offering a ‘mesmerising, sensitive … outstanding’ portrayal of Enlightenment-era fascination with the East that is both ‘exquisitely acted and sung’, featuring a Konstanze and a Belmonte sung with ‘finesse and bravura’ and a ‘sensationally voiced’ Osmin (The Guardian *****). Comic relief in Glyndebourne’s ‘brilliant production’ is provided by ‘beautifully sung live-wire performances’ of Pedrillo and Blonde, and Robin Ticciati leads the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment through a restored, authentic rendition of the critical score with ‘lovely fizz’ and ‘poignant gravitas’ (The Independent).

"This [is] the most convincing dramaturgical presentation of the opera in recent times…Kehrer is magnificent as Osmin, Gunnell is lyrical and alert as Pedrillo, and Eriksmoen steers a delicate path between the amusing and the musically ravishing…the real star is the conductor, Robin Ticciati, whose mercurial energy gives us the most exciting orchestral reading since Solti’s 1987 version" BBC Music Magazine

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Discs 1
Format All regions
Includes Libretto No
Languages German
Place of Recording Glyndebourne
Running Time 2 hours 48 minutes
Live Recording Yes
Subtitles English, German, Japanese and Korean