New updates to the Stutzmann Wigmore show and miscelaneous
Thought I’d point out that I made some updates to that unusually scatterbrained entry 😉 This blog is testimony that I’m not quite as lacking in discipline as it sometimes feels like… [ / end navel gazing, though we could have some naval gazing to go with that post ].
Out of that long list of Autumn 2016 at Wigmore Hall I posted a while ago I managed to secure the following:
But before all that there’s a return to the Proms (deities help us with the acoustics) with a concert performance of that badass 20th century 1 act opera:
03/08 Bluebeard’s Castle (Ildikó Komlósi and John Relyea)
…and who knows how the shaky state of events will impinge on my concert going afterwards (I know, first world problems; the (not so U)K is still part of the first world… for now).
Even so, looking at the ROH shows coming up on General Sale in a fortnight, there is Cosi which I will have to wing somehow (though I have no idea about Corinne Winters ? I hope Bychkov can keep it light) and this curious Norma. I don’t know what to say. Isn’t Yoncheva a bit young for Norma? Fura del Baus, though, sounds like might do something with this very difficult to stage opera. Then there’s Hoffmann…
Posted on July 6, 2016, in basses, italian opera, mezzos & contraltos, sopranos, tenors, wigmore hall and tagged anna bonitatibus, bluebeard's castle, dorothea roschmann, ildikó komlósi, john relyea, la calisto, luca pisaroni, nathalie stutzmann, roberta invernizzi, sonia prina, stuart jackson, the proms, wigmore hall. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.