Wednesday, May 17, 2017

May 17, 2000: Sly in Zurich

2000-05-17 Sly (Wolff-Ferrari), Opernhaus Zurich

Sly = Boiko Zvetanov
Graf von Westmoreland = Carlo Guelfi
Dolly = Isabelle Kabatu
John Plake = Oliver Widmer

Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, conductor




Französischer Edelmlaun/Musiker MIROSLAV CHRISTOFF
1, Edehmann/Mohr MARTIN ZYSSET
2, Edelmann/Indianer VOLKER VOGEL
3, Edehmann/ Alter Diener PETER KELLER
4, Edelmamn/Chinese RUDOLF A. HARTMANN
5. Edelmann/Doktor PETER KÁLMÁN
Wirtin STEFANIA KAILUZA
Rosalina ANNETTE JOHANSSON°
Snare, PolizeibeamtweRUNI BRATTABERGo
Page EUN-YEE YOUo
Kellner KENNETH ROBERSON°
Landrichter MATTIIIAS AEBERHARDO
Soldat SIMON JAUNIN°
Koch HEIKKI YRTTIAHO
Fuhrmanm ENGELBERT CARL
1. Säufer CARL HIEGER
2. Säufer JÖRG HEPPE
1. Dame JULIA NEUMANN°
2. Dame ANNETTEJOHANNSON°
3. Dame VIOLETTA RADOMIRSKA o
1. Diener RUDOLF A. HARTMANN
2. Diener SIMON JAUNIN°
3. Diemer PETER KÁLMÁN
Mitglied des Internationalen Opernstudios
Dubiose Individluen Julia Cheremeteff, Elisabeth Fues,
und junge Höflinge Katharina Gebauer, Yael Herz, Megan Laehn,
Cornelia Meierbans, Simone Spicak,
Marisa Waldburger, Eva Zmekova
Richard Dozsa, Markus Gehrig, Daniele Gullo, Marc Meier, Bernhard Rubin
CHOR DES OPERNHAUSES ZÜRICH
STATISTENVEREIN AM OPERNHAUS ZÜRICH
ORCHESTER DER OPER ZÜRICH


Inszenierung HANS HOLLMANN
Spielleitung ULRICH SENN
Bühnenbild HANS HOFFER
Kostüme DIRK VON BODISCO
Lichtgestaltung JÜRGEN HOFFMANN
Chor ERNST RAFFELSBERGER

May 17th
(National Day Norway)
SAS from Oslo to Copenhagen 13:30-14:40
From Copenhagen to Zurich 15:20-17:10

Opernhaus Zurich 19.30-22.45
SLY with Boiko Zvetanov
Luckily I had recently looked up JC's schedule at JCarreras.com . So it was no shock to find out that Boiko Zvetanow was singing Sly. Boiko was in great voice, and he is a good actor. Isabelle Kabatu was Dolly. She was a revelation. Touching, marvelous voice. Carlo Guelfi was the Count of Westmoreland. Difficult role. He was good, but Juan Pons was better. Oliver Widmer sang John Plake. He was drowned by the orchestra. (Carlos Chausson was formidable in this role).

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