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This production of Richard Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" by Oscar-winning film director John Schlesinger, marked the 25th anniversary of Sir Georg Solti's spectacular debut at Covent Garden. Featuring Kiri Te Kanawa's first performance in London in the role of Marschallin. Recorded 14th February 1985. Buy from Amazon: http://smarturl.it/DerRosenkavalier http://www.warnerclassics.com/
There are several clips of this production on Youtube, but here is the whole opera. Marchallin - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf Octavian - Sena Jurinac Sophie - Anneliese Rothenberger Baron Ochs - Otto Edelmann Conductor - Herbert von Karajan Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra
This is a clip from the 1992 New Year's Eve Concert, Richard Strauß Gala in Berlin, Germany. Wonderful performance by three gems of the opera world: Sophie: Kathleen Battle Octavian: Frederica von Stade Marschallin: Renee Fleming Recorded on December 31, 1992 in Berlin. Featuring: Andreas Schmidt Claudio Abbado Berliner Philharmoniker
Join us live as we explore Robert Carsen's new Royal Opera production of Richard Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier. We've curated a selection of bonus features and interviews on our site for anyone who would like to delve deeper following the Insight broadcast: http://bit.ly/ROHrosenkavalier Director of Opera Kasper Holten will interview American soprano Renée Fleming about taking on the role of the Marschallin, a princess who seduces a much younger lover in the Count Octavian. Professor Margaret Reynold from Queen Mary, University of London will join the event to discuss the historical context of the work, which had its premiere in Dresden, Germany in 1911. Later in the evening, director Robert Carsen, whose previous productions for The Royal Opera include Falstaff and Dialogues des Carmélit...
Trio from Act III of Strauss's "Der Rosenkavalier." Renée Fleming (Marschallin), Christine Schäfer (Sophie), Susan Graham (Octavian). Production: Nathaniel Merrill. Conductor: Edo de Waart. Taken from the 2010 Live in HD transmission.
During intermission of the Met's April 22 Live in HD broadcast of “Eugene Onegin”, host Renée Fleming discusses “Der Rosenkavalier” with her co-stars Elīna Garanča and Günther Groissböck who join her in the Met's production through May 13.