Notes & Reviews:
Deborah Warner's universally acclaimed 2007 production, filmed and recorded live at ENO in 2013. Britten's final masterpiece, based on the famous Thomas Mann novella, features a stunning central performance by John Graham-Hall as Aeschenbach. Edward Gardner, long-standing champion of Britten's music, conducts the ENO chorus and orchestra. - (Gardner's) reading combines finesse and and nuance with dynamism, and makes for a magical performance...' - The Guardian
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Works DetailsBritten, Benjamin : Death in Venice, opera, Op. 88
- Performers: John Graham-Hall; Tim Mead; Andrew Shore; Sam Zaldivar
- Conductor: Edward Gardiner
- Ensemble: English National Opera Orchestra
- Running Time: 153 min. sec.
- Period Time: Modern
- Form: Opera/Operetta
- Written: 1973
- Studio/Live: Live