Tag Archive: Peter Mattei

François Girard’s New Production of Wagner’s Parsifal at the Met

White-shirted knights venerate the Grail, as Amfortas (Peter Mattei) holds it aloft. Gurnemanz (René Pape) kneels. Phot Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera.

Parsifal Richard Wagner, libretto and music Metropolitan Opera Production – François Girard Set Designer – Michael Levine Costume Designer – Thibault Vancraenenbroeck Lighting Designer – David Finn Video Designer – Peter Flaherty Choreographer – Carolyn Choa Dramaturg – Serge Lamothe…
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Janáček’s From the House of the Dead, after Dostoevsky, Patrice Chéreau, director, at the Metropolitan Opera

Jon Morris, Erwin E.A. Thomas (with eagle), Peter Straka as The Tall Prisoner, and Vladimir Chmelo as The Short Prisoner. Photo Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera

Metropolitan Opera House November 24, 2009 From the House of the Dead Janáček-Janáček/Dostoevsky Filka Morozov/Kuzmich – Stefan Margita Skuratov – Kurt Streit Shapkin – Peter Hoare Shishkov – Peter Mattei Gorianchikov – Willard White Alyeya – Eric Stoklossa Tall Prisoner…
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Don Giovanni at the Met x 2

Metropolitan Opera House Don Giovanni Mozart-Da Ponte Conductor – Louis Langrée Continuo: Dennis Giauque, Harpsichord David Heiss, Cello Mandolin Solo: Joyce Rasmussen Balint Production – Marthe Keller Set Designer – Michael Yeargan Costume Designer – Christine Rabot-Pinson Lighting Designer –…
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