- Klaus Vogt (Tenor)
- Kristine Opolais (Soprano)
- Nadia Krasteva (Mezzo Soprano)
- Günther Groissböck
- Janina Baechle (Mezzo Soprano)
Notes & Reviews:
This highly acclaimed production from the Bayerische Staatsoper, a powerful and fascinating re- interpretation of Dvor ák’s fairy-tale opera Rusalka, was a revelation: the young, up-and-coming Latvian soprano, Kristine Opolais, whose performance was rightly hailed by the press as “one of the most vivid and striking accomplishments seen on an opera stage in a long time” (Vienna’s leading daily Der Standard). With her supple and velvety soprano voice, her captivating physical beauty and her hauntingly moving stage presence, Kristine Opolais perfectly embodies the role of the water nymph who becomes a human being in order to find love.
"Dark, psychodramatic versions of Dvorák's "lyrical fairytale" have proliferated over the years, but they don't come much darker than Martin Kusej's Bavarian State Opera production, which caused huge controversy on its unveiling last year... it's superbly done and is notable for a brave, perhaps career-best performance from Kristine Opolais in the title role. Klaus Florian Vogt is her emotionally insensitive Prince; Gunther Groissböck her truly horrifying father. It's forcefully conducted by Tomás Hanus, too." -The GuardianNotes & Reviews:
Run Time: 189 min.
Picture Format: NTSC, 16:9, Color
Sound Format(s): LPCM Stereo, DTS 5.0 Surround
Subtitles: English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese, Korean
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Works DetailsAntonín Dvorák (1841 - 1904) : Rusalka, Op. 114/B 203
- Performers: Klaus Vogt (Tenor); Kristine Opolais (Soprano); Nadia Krasteva (Mezzo Soprano); Günther Groissböck; Janina Baechle (Mezzo Soprano)
- Conductor: TomáÜ Hanus
- Ensemble: Bavarian State Orchestra
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Opera/Operetta
- Written: 1900