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Die ersten Menschen
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directed by Sarah Derendinger; composed by Rudi Stephan, 1887-1915 (1914); conducted by François-Xavier Roth, 1971-; designed by Rebecca Ringst, Ingo Krügler, Michael Bauer; produced by Caroline Kelsch, fl. 2016 and Heike Lettau, fl. 2001, ARTE; performed by Kyle Ketelsen, Leigh Melrose, Annette Dasch, 1976- and John Osborn, 1972-, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Berlin, Berlin State: EuroArts, 2021), 1 hour 43 mins
The Bible story of the fratricide of Cain and Abel in a different perspective.In “Die ersten Menschen” (The first humans), the Bible story of the fratricide of Kajin (Cain) and Chabel (Abel) is presented from a different perspective. In the context of the first family on earth, Adahm (Adam) is concerned with c...
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directed by Sarah Derendinger; composed by Rudi Stephan, 1887-1915 (1914); conducted by François-Xavier Roth, 1971-; designed by Rebecca Ringst, Ingo Krügler, Michael Bauer; produced by Caroline Kelsch, fl. 2016 and Heike Lettau, fl. 2001, ARTE; performed by Kyle Ketelsen, Leigh Melrose, Annette Dasch, 1976- and John Osborn, 1972-, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Berlin, Berlin State: EuroArts, 2021), 1 hour 43 mins
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L'Enfant et les sortilèges
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directed by Hans Hulscher, fl. 1984; composed by Maurice Ravel, 1875-1937 (1925); conducted by Lorin Maazel, 1930-2014; choreographed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-; designed by John MacFarlane, Jennifer Tipton, 1937-; produced by Hans Hulscher, fl. 1984, NOS TV, Monarda Arts and British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Kirsten Debrock, fl. 2006, Teresina Mosco, Catherine Allard, fl. 1980, Nacho Duato, 1957-, Jean-Louis Cabané, 1955-, Gerald Tibbs, Joke Ziljstra, Jean-Yves Esquerre, fl. 1986, Sabine Kupferberg, fl. 1983, Aryeh Weiner, Pascale Mosselmans, fl. 1985, Michael Sanders, 1951-2003, Glen Eddy, James Vincent, 1882-1957, Leigh Matthews, fl. 1989, Stephen Sheriff, Roslyn Anderson, fl. 1972 and Marly Knoben, fl. 1983, Nederlands Dans Theater, Maîtrise d'enfants de la Radioiffusion Française and Orchestre National de Paris (Halle, Saxony-Anhalt: Monarda Arts, 1986), 51 mins
These two ballet recordings, based on the music of the French composer Maurice Ravel and the Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev, are recommended to every child, youth and adult whose heart and mind are open for a musical and dancing encounter with the world of fairy tales. Both of them are about a small boy and his...
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directed by Hans Hulscher, fl. 1984; composed by Maurice Ravel, 1875-1937 (1925); conducted by Lorin Maazel, 1930-2014; choreographed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-; designed by John MacFarlane, Jennifer Tipton, 1937-; produced by Hans Hulscher, fl. 1984, NOS TV, Monarda Arts and British Broadcasting Corporation; performed by Kirsten Debrock, fl. 2006, Teresina Mosco, Catherine Allard, fl. 1980, Nacho Duato, 1957-, Jean-Louis Cabané, 1955-, Gerald Tibbs, Joke Ziljstra, Jean-Yves Esquerre, fl. 1986, Sabine Kupferberg, fl. 1983, Aryeh Weiner, Pascale Mosselmans, fl. 1985, Michael Sanders, 1951-2003, Glen Eddy, James Vincent, 1882-1957, Leigh Matthews, fl. 1989, Stephen Sheriff, Roslyn Anderson, fl. 1972 and Marly Knoben, fl. 1983, Nederlands Dans Theater, Maîtrise d'enfants de la Radioiffusion Française and Orchestre National de Paris (Halle, Saxony-Anhalt: Monarda Arts, 1986), 51 mins
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Loving Carmen
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directed by Nayo Titzin; produced by Nayo Titzin; performed by Alexandrina Pendatchanska, Sinfonieorchester St. Gallen and Chor des Theaters St. Gallen (Berlin, Berlin State: EuroArts, 2016), 1 hour 6 mins
In the mid 19th century, the free spirited gypsy cigarerra from the Tabaco factory of Seville, scandalizes the world and right away becomes a symbol of the modern, independent woman. For more than a century, musicians, singers, directors, researcher sand collectors take through time the story of Carmen, turning it...
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directed by Nayo Titzin; produced by Nayo Titzin; performed by Alexandrina Pendatchanska, Sinfonieorchester St. Gallen and Chor des Theaters St. Gallen (Berlin, Berlin State: EuroArts, 2016), 1 hour 6 mins
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Mahlermania: Nico and the Navigators (Documentary)
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directed by Sussana Boehm, 1965-; conducted by Moritz Gnann; produced by EuroArts, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB) and ARTE; performed by Katarina Bradic, fl. 2009 and Simon Pauly, Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin and Nico and the Navigators (Berlin, Berlin State: EuroArts, 2013), 1 hour 28 mins
Documentary about "Mahlermania". In their first production at the Deutsche Oper Berlin Nico and the Navigators tackle the cosmos of Mahler's songs in an evening of poetical and physical expression that endeavours. This documentary follows Nico and the Navigators on the stage and behind the stage during rehearsals...
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directed by Sussana Boehm, 1965-; conducted by Moritz Gnann; produced by EuroArts, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB) and ARTE; performed by Katarina Bradic, fl. 2009 and Simon Pauly, Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin and Nico and the Navigators (Berlin, Berlin State: EuroArts, 2013), 1 hour 28 mins
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The Merry Widow
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directed by Don Kent; conducted by Manfred Honeck; choreographed by Nadège Maruta; designed by Ezio Toffolutti, Michel Dussarrat, Jan Seeger; produced by Gunter Attein, fl. 2012 and Paul Smaczny, 1957-, EuroArts, ARTE and ZDF Television; performed by Petra-Maria Schnitzer, 1963-, Gunther Emmerlich, 1944-, Bo Skovhus, 1962-, Lydia Teuscher, 1975-, Ahmad Mesgarha, fl. 1987, Gerald Hupach, Christoph Pohl, Oliver Ringelhahn, 1969-, Frank Blümel, Gabi Falkenhagen, fl. 1987, Dominik Licht, 1977-, Gisela Philipp, Frank Höher and Heike Wommelsdorff, fl. 1994, Staatskapelle Dresden, Dresden State Opera Chorus (Chor der Staatsoper Dresden) and Deutsches Fernsehballett (Berlin, Berlin State: EuroArts, 2008), 2 hours 23 mins
At the first staging of this production at the Opera-Comique in Paris, Franz Lehár’s “Die Lustige Witwe” is reputed to be one of the most famous operettes in the world. Under the direction of the French Jerome Savary's the “Merry Widow” sparkles. At the first staging of this production at the Opera-Comi...
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directed by Don Kent; conducted by Manfred Honeck; choreographed by Nadège Maruta; designed by Ezio Toffolutti, Michel Dussarrat, Jan Seeger; produced by Gunter Attein, fl. 2012 and Paul Smaczny, 1957-, EuroArts, ARTE and ZDF Television; performed by Petra-Maria Schnitzer, 1963-, Gunther Emmerlich, 1944-, Bo Skovhus, 1962-, Lydia Teuscher, 1975-, Ahmad Mesgarha, fl. 1987, Gerald Hupach, Christoph Pohl, Oliver Ringelhahn, 1969-, Frank Blümel, Gabi Falkenhagen, fl. 1987, Dominik Licht, 1977-, Gisela Philipp, Frank Höher and Heike Wommelsdorff, fl. 1994, Staatskapelle Dresden, Dresden State Opera Chorus (Chor der Staatsoper Dresden) and Deutsches Fernsehballett (Berlin, Berlin State: EuroArts, 2008), 2 hours 23 mins
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Scenes from Goethe's Faust
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directed by Michael Beyer; conducted by Daniel Barenboim, 1942-; choreographed by Gail Skrela; designed by Markus Lüpertz, Ursula Kudrna, Olaf Freese; produced by Unitel and Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen; performed by Roman Trekel, Elsa Dreisig, René Pape, Andrea Jung, 1957-, Sven-Eric Bechtolf, 1957-, Meike Droste and Anna Tomowa-Sintow, 1941-, Staatsopernchor, Children's Choir of the Staatsoper Unter Den Linden and Staatskapelle Berlin (Halle, Saxony-Anhalt: Monarda Arts, 2018), 2 hours 28 mins
The Staatsoper Berlin is back in ist place of origin: Unter den Linden! After major renovations, it reopens with Schumann’s Scenes from Goethe’s Faust, conducted by Daniel Barenboim. Under the direction of Jürgen Flimm and in the sets of acclaimed German artist Markus Lüpertz, Schumann’s orchestral work is...
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directed by Michael Beyer; conducted by Daniel Barenboim, 1942-; choreographed by Gail Skrela; designed by Markus Lüpertz, Ursula Kudrna, Olaf Freese; produced by Unitel and Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen; performed by Roman Trekel, Elsa Dreisig, René Pape, Andrea Jung, 1957-, Sven-Eric Bechtolf, 1957-, Meike Droste and Anna Tomowa-Sintow, 1941-, Staatsopernchor, Children's Choir of the Staatsoper Unter Den Linden and Staatskapelle Berlin (Halle, Saxony-Anhalt: Monarda Arts, 2018), 2 hours 28 mins
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