- Lauri Vasar (Bass)
- Francisco Vas (Tenor)
- Johann Tilli (Bass)
- Peter Seiffert (Tenor)
- Petra Schnitzer (Soprano)
- Vicente Ombuena (Tenor)
- Günther Groissböck
- Markus Eiche (Tenor)
Notes & Reviews:
From the Gran Teatre del Liceu - one of the great Wagner singers of our time in the lead role, Peter Seiffert is a nimble, youthful-voiced Tannhäuser He plays alongside Petra Maria Schnitzer as Elisabeth. As the goddess of love, Elisabeth's counterpart Venus is portrayed by the stunning Béatrice Uria-Monzon. Sebastian Weigle, the Liceu's principal conductor, gives a performance that the Spanish daily ABC wrote is "full of vitality and visibly inspired." "heldentenor Peter Seiffert ruled the stage as the troubled artist. His duet with Elizabeth and his Rome narration were emotionally potent." --Opera News
BBC Music Magazine
Peter Seiffert sings powerfully and expressively as Tannhauser, and Petra Maria a bit too powerfully as Elisabeth. The orchestra, under Sebastian Weigle, gives a strong account of the score.
The central dilemma...is obliquely translated into the modern art world...Yes it's Sunday in the Park with Tannhauser...Musically, the primary drawing card is Peter Seiffert, not the most camera-friendly Tannhauser but among the most vocally compelling...there are so many moments where he not only triumphs over the vocal difficulties but does so with gratifying richness of tone and meaningful text projection.
Run Time: 201 min.
Picture Format: NTSC, 16:9, Color
Sound Format(s): LPCM Stereo, DTS 5.1
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Catalan, Chinese, Korean
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Works DetailsWagner, Richard : Tannhäuser
- Performers: Lauri Vasar (Bass); Francisco Vas (Tenor); Johann Tilli (Bass); Peter Seiffert (Tenor); Petra Schnitzer (Soprano); Vicente Ombuena (Tenor); Günther Groissböck; Markus Eiche (Tenor)
- Conductor: Sebastian Weigle
- Ensemble: Barcelona Teatro Liceu Chorus
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Opera/Operetta
- Written: 1843-1865