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Sunday concerts / Sonntagskonzerte

Attila

Dramma lirico in three acts (concertante performance) by Giuseppe Verdi

Sunday, 13 October 2019, 7:00 pm
Munich, Prinzregententheater

Programme

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Giuseppe Verdi
Attila

Performers

Liudmyla Monastyrska, Soprano (Odabella)

Stefano La Colla, Tenor (Foresto)

Stefan Sbonnik, Tenor (Uldino)

George Petean, Baritone (Ezio)

Ildebrando d'Arcangelo, Bass (Attila)

Gabriel Rollinson, Bass (Leone)

Bavarian Radio Chorus

Munich Radio Orchestra

Direction, Ivan Repušić

About the programme

In the 5th century, Attila the King of the Huns was the commander of a warring people – and his daring deeds still fire the imagination of artists today. Giuseppe Verdi’s opera Attila (1846) is based on the Romantic tragedy of the same name by Zacharias Werner. The rise and fall of the powerful historical figure is depicted in glowing orchestral colours, in thrilling arias and ensemble pieces and gripping choruses.

Ildebrando D'Arcangelo © Uwe Arens
Ildebrando D’Arcangelo

About the performers

Following Luisa Miller and I due Foscari, with the lyric drama of Attila chief conductor Ivan Repušić presents another highly engaging drama from Verdi’s early period before his works gained widespread popularity. The Italian basso cantabile Ildebrando D’Arcangelo sings the colourful title figure; Ukrainian soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska performs the part of the Amazonian avenger Odabella – a musical kinswoman of Abigaille from Nabucco and Lady Macbeth.

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