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KAZUSHI ONO conductor 大野和士 指揮者
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10-11.oct.2020

BEETHOVEN : Fidelio, Op. 72 (1805 / rev. 1814) 135'‎
Opera in concert version
Barcelona Symphony Orchestra

L'Auditori
Barcelona
Spain
Iréne Theorin (soprano), Nikolai Schukoff (tenor), Falk Struckmann (bass-baritone)
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15,18,21,23.nov.2020

A Dream of Armageddon (OPERA)
Libretto by: Harry ROSS 
(after the short story “A Dream of Armageddon“
by H.G.WELLS)
Composed by: FUJIKURA Dai
Chorus: New National Theatre Chorus
Orchestra: Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra

New National Theatre
Tokyo
Japan
Seth CARICO, Jessica ASZODI, KANOH Etsuko, MOCHIZUKI Tetsuya
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11-13.dec.2020

SOLER : En el temple and El cec de naixement (In the Temple ‎and the Man Blind from Birth), symphonic poems from the opera Jesus of ‎Nazareth - World première
DALBAVIE : Flute Concerto (2006) - National première
RAVEL : La Valse (1919-20)
DEBUSSY : Images pour orchestre (1912)

L'Auditori
Barcelona
Spain
Emmanuel Pahud (flute)
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NEWS & REVIEWS
REPORT : Asters the ambitious Japanese opera
jul.2019
The new artistic director for opera at the NEW NATIONAL THEATRE TOKYO (NNTT), the conductor Kazushi Ono, has pledged a new native work every two years and seems keen that these works be heard beyond Japan.

The first, Asters by Akira Nishimura, commissioned by the NNTT, was premiered on February 17 in the 1,800-seat opera house and given an ambitious four performances that month, all very well attended.

The NNTT clearly hopes that Asters will be the start of a renaissance in Japanese opera and its image internationally.

from Opera by Jamie Findlay

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