Images animées (7) Genres des documents audiovisuels. See full bio » Thus, five days after the premiere, a board resolution sent to Conried advised him that Salome was “objectionable, and detrimental to the best interests of the Metropolitan Opera House.” Some negotiations followed, but, in the end, performances of Salome were banned from the Met. Salome, The Metropolitan Opera, New York, 5 th December 2016. Decadence, perversion, lust, necrophilia and a touch of religion are included but that is a shorthand and inadequate description of what you get from the Metropolitan Opera’s 2008 production directed by Jurgen Flimm. On this chilly morning in February he was working on his set and costume designs for ''HereAfter,'' a highlight of American Ballet Theater's current season. Perhaps too bright. Designer Santo Loquasto has provided a palace terrace reached by a grand staircase that would not look out of place as part of a Middle Eastern Hilton hotel, … 0000003749 00000 n No opera premiere in Met history has created a scandal to equal the one that greeted Richard Strauss’s Salome on January 22, 1907. Santo Loquasto LIGHTING DESIGNER James F. Ingalls CHOREOGRAPHER Doug Varone GENERAL MANAGER Peter Gelb MUSIC DIRECTOR James Levine Opera in one act Based on Hedwig Lachrnann's translation of Oscar Wilde's drama, adapted by the composer Tuesday, September 23, 2008, 8:00—9:40pm First time this season This production of Salome was made possible 0000003226 00000 n As designed by Santo Loquasto, the forestage is reduced to a crisscross obstacle course. 0000006994 00000 n 0000033347 00000 n Zelig. Une base de données contenant des dizaines de milliers de fiches sur des spectacles, des œuvres, des personnes et des organismes (théâtres, compagnies, festivals…). On vous raconte l’histoire de la création des costumes et vous montre l’envers du décor ! Les Archives du Spectacle - Un moteur de recherche pour le spectacle vivant (théâtre, danse, opéra). Oscar Wilde’i draamale rajatud lugu on õudne ja paneb vere tarretama, aga ka romantiline. Winthrop Sargeant in The New Yorker thought it a “total triumph. Pour le moment, aucune biographie n'est disponible pour cet artiste. Richard Strauss: Salome Libretto: Hedwig Lachmann after Oscar Wilde. The costumes, especially a pink ruffled gown for Salome, excited much comment. The action in Richard Strauss’s opera Salome takes place outside the palace of King Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee, in the first century AD. Our website has been optimized for viewing in the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Uptight. But Salome is exasperated by Jochanaan (John the Baptist, ... Mr. Flimm’s production, with sets and costumes by Santo Loquasto, uses modern imagery to good metaphorical effect. Cinéma Kinepolis - Mulhouse 68100 Mulhouse. 0000005289 00000 n 0000035043 00000 n Mise en scène : Jürgen Flimm Décors et costumes : Santo Loquasto Lumières : James F. Ingalls Chorégraphie : Doug Varone. Salome on Karita Mattila hiilgeroll. Santo Loquasto’s set depicts a quite modern terrace adjoining the palace’s tall, mosaic-tiled sloping facade, with one spiral staircase going upward behind the palace wall and another leading downward to the banquet-hall. That championship season. Set and costume designer Santo Loquasto went vividly wild in providing high-fashion furniture, an intricate pulley to transport Jochanaan out of and hack into his prison, a bejeweled palace wall, some stylized desert dunes, desert apparel with wings for some silently watching angels (! SANTO LOQUASTO was behind schedule. The first performance featured the Met role debut for Racette, a portrayal that earned her universal acclaim. The Metropolitan Opera mounted this 2008 production of Richard Strauss's 1905 Salome, with a cast that includes Karita Mattila in the title role, Joseph Kaiser as Narraboth, Kim Begley as Herod and Ildikó Komlósi as Herodias. In Jürgen Flimm’s production at the New York Met, the story of Salome unfolds in a non-specific setting. More modernizing yet was Jürgen Flimm’s new production in 2004, designed by Santo Loquasto. Soloists, Metropolitan Orchestra, Valery Gergiev, The Metropolitan Opera, New York City, March 15 th 2004 (BH) Conductor: Valery Gergiev Production: Jürgen Flimm Set and Costume Designer: Santo Loquasto Lighting Designer: James F. Ingalls Choreographer: Doug Varone As a direct link to the composer’s style, Böhm became the Met’s conductor of choice for Strauss, also leading Ariadne auf Naxos, Der Rosenkavalier, Elektra, and the Met premiere of Die Frau ohne Schatten. 0000038439 00000 n 0000012090 00000 n This production of Richard Strauss's 1905 opera Salome, directed by Jürgen Flimm with sets and costumes by Santo Loquasto, returns to the Met for the first time since its premiere four years ago. In his initial Met season, he produced the first performances of Wagner’s Parsifal outside of Bayreuth, in open defiance of the composer’s family and copyright holders. Salomé . The word “sensation” once again became linked to Salome as it had been so often in the past. 0000014055 00000 n 0000002960 00000 n Santo Loquasto; Trouver. Strange as this programming seems today, it was not until the 1960s that Salome was considered sufficient in itself to make a full evening’s entertainment. OPERA REVIEW. 0000014330 00000 n 0000006484 00000 n "Salome", Richard Strauss, live from the Metropolitan Opera House. The second performance of the Metropolitan Opera’s “Salome,” starring Patricia Racette, takes place on Friday, Dec. 9. 0000030066 00000 n Metropolitan Opera. One of conductor James Levine’s early assignments at the Met was Salome with Grace Bumbry (pictured above), who was transitioning from mezzo-soprano heroines into dramatic soprano parts. Infos pratiques. 0000011130 00000 n Russian conductor Valery Gergiev whipped up the orchestra as the intense performance by Finnish soprano Karita Mattila in the title role (pictured above) recalled memories of Rysanek and even Welitsch. Salome. Operabase a répertorié l'activité lyrique dans le monde entier depuis 1996, avec plus de 500.000 représentations enregistrées. A few minutes later, when she reappears at the top of the steps, she is wearing the soon-to-be-shed creamy tuxedo. In 1965, the first new production of Salome since 1934 was directed by Günther Rennert, with sets by Rudolf Heinrich. 0000033616 00000 n For the next 27 years, Salome remained in exile from the Met, though it was performed at Oscar Hammerstein’s Manhattan Opera House in 1909 with soprano Mary Garden, who specialized in playing seductresses. Böhm had been close to Richard Strauss in the 1930s and led the world premieres of two of his late operas. Opéra en un acte de Richard Strauss d'après la pièce "Salomé" d'Oscar Wilde, traduit en allemand. She's one of those performers who has no fear - either in voice or presence. 0000030346 00000 n It records the work of artists in over 900 theatres, and … The powerful dramatic soprano Olive Fremstad (pictured above) had been a daring Salome in 1907—perhaps too daring in her fondling the severed head of John the Baptist. 0000010123 00000 n No opera premiere in Met history has created a scandal to equal the one that greeted Richard Strauss’s Salome on January 22, 1907. Marek Janowski conducted big-voiced Hungarian soprano Eva Marton in the title role, and the musical performance offered some compensation for those who felt bewildered by the visual aspects. Numéro commercial : Sony classical 88697806639. 0000004568 00000 n %PDF-1.4 %���� Updated to the 20th century, this concept takes place in a Middle Eastern country in which Herod's palace seems to be a hotel filled with partying guests, conveniently next to a mine shaft in which Jochanaan is imprisoned. Through the 1950s, various notable soprano-conductor duos partnered for Salome, such as Astrid Varnay and Reiner, and Christel Goltz and Inge Borkh with Dimitri Mitropoulos. He is a production designer and costume designer, known for Radio Days (1987), Bullets Over Broadway (1994) and Café Society (2016). - Costumier. 0000012840 00000 n Topless Salome succeedsin making John the Baptist headlessby going topless shedding ... by bending Herod to her will.Mr. - Selected Co-authors Nk���;PwwI�b�q�����2�e�_l�q��l��$#ᴔs�]#�������l��!S5�֦�N�&R���>������];I. Winner of Multiple Tony Awards for Costume and Set Design. 0000006109 00000 n Santo Loquasto was born on July 26, 1944 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA. - 1re représentation : Dresde, Hofoper, 9 décecembre 1905. 0000006138 00000 n Henderson’s description some years later of “a strange story projecting principally the abnormal psychologies of a feminine pervert and a man tormented by perpetual and undefined terrors.”. 0000018336 00000 n ; Réserver vos documents sur les sites Richelieu-Louvois (y compris les Cartes et plans), Opéra, Arsenal. 0000008204 00000 n The production was by Jügen Flimm, with sets and costumes by Santo Loquasto. Russian conductor Valery Gergiev whipped up the orchestra as the intense performance by Finnish soprano Karita Mattila in the title role (pictured above) recalled memories of Rysanek and even Welitsch. Setting for Met Opera Salome, with sets by Santo Loquasto (Photo: Marty Sohl / Met Opera) No matter which language was employed, the title character remains one of the most elusive and challenging to cast of any in the standard repertory. While the opera’s return was greeted as an important event, the performance lacked a protagonist with sufficient vocal or dramatic gifts to establish the work firmly in the repertory. And of course the libretto, based on a play by Oscar Wilde—the era’s notorious, openly gay writer—added fuel to the fire, as is evidenced by the eminent critic W.J. 0000030275 00000 n If you are using Internet Explorer or other browsers you may encounter problems with certain sections of our website. Jürgen Flimm (production), Santo Loquasto (sets and costumes), James Ingalls (lighting), Doug Varone (choreography) ... 27 seasons – and occupying its own tantalizing place in the operatic firmament ever since, it is hard to imagine that Salome could ever be boring. 0000002118 00000 n Jürgen Flimm (Production), Santo Loquasto (Set and Costume Designer), James F. Ingalls (Lighting Designer), Doug Varone (Choreographer) K. Mattila (© Marty Sohl/Metropolitan Opera) So King Herod is holding this very proper dinner party on the verandah of his desert palace. 0000007720 00000 n Jürgen Flimm is the producer of this Salome, with set and costume designs by Santo Loquasto, choreography by Doug Varone. 0000008175 00000 n He began designing costumes for legendary New York theatre producer Joseph Papp in the early 1970s. Eric C. Simpson of the New York Classical Review wrote that “ the veteran soprano had a career night Monday, showing she still has an enormous {…} Setting for Met Opera Salome, with sets by Santo Loquasto (Photo: Marty Sohl / Met Opera) No matter which language was employed, the title character remains one of the most elusive and challenging to cast of any in the standard repertory. Karita Mattila's voice was incredible last night and I was amazed at the strength and volume of it over the very large Met Orchestra and an incredible score. Her conductor, Ettore Panizza, surprised those who admired him only for Italian and French repertory with an impressive aptitude for the style. - Dates de composition : 1903-1905. Heinrich Conried, the Met’s general manager from 1903 to 1908, was a man of the theater who had a taste for sensation. 0000009857 00000 n She was the first American since Olive Fremstad to have the opera mounted specifically for her, and she would be the last until 1996, when Catherine Malfitano sang a series of searing performances under conductor Donald Runnicles. It records the work of artists in over 900 theatres, and … Nature de document. In the 1970s, Böhm also partnered for Salome with another eminent soprano renowned for her portrayals of Strauss heroines, Leonie Rysanek. Operabase has documented operatic activity worldwide since 1996, with over 500,000 performances on file. Strange, winged, dark-robed stats seen the show silently from a facet-phase. But the reaction went beyond anything that Conried could have foreseen. 0000013358 00000 n par Hedwige Lachmann. In this case, the reaction was ecstatic approval. In 1938, Australian soprano Marjorie Lawrence achieved success in the part as a relatively lithe, youthful interpreter with a strong, dramatic soprano. Utilisez votre espace personnel pour : Réserver vos places et documents sur le site François-Mitterrand. The beautiful, naturalistic sets and handsome, rich costumes of the Met’s Luisa Miller production (pictured at the top of this page and below), featured in this week’s schedule of free streams, show off the design work of Santo Loquasto, a Broadway master who made his Met debut with the premiere of this staging in 2001. 0000038702 00000 n IMDb's advanced search allows you to run extremely powerful queries over all people and titles in the database. 0000004455 00000 n A new production by Nikolaus Lehnhoff in 1989 gave the opera a decadent atmosphere more akin to that of Wilde’s time than to biblical Judea. The Classical Net web site offers a comprehensive collection of information and news on classical music subjects including articles and CD reviews, composers and their music, the basic repertoire, recommended recordings and a CD buying guide. Salome Succeeds poem by gershon hepner. 0000005963 00000 n In 1942–43, famed conductor George Szell made his Met debut in Salome, with Belgian soprano Lily Djanel, a noted Carmen, proving an enchanting femme fatale as the Judean princess. “With Ljuba Welitsch, the new Bulgarian soprano, as one wing of the bellows and conductor Fritz Reiner, of long and esteemed honor, as the other, they pumped blazing life into a work which might almost be said to be making its debut here with them,” wrote noted critic Irving Kolodin. Find exactly what you're looking for! x�b```b``+a`c`�ed@ A�;���l���Y�{6$�&0�_e`f`̘�Ȑ-��p1c�ގxS)�_zS�%N�̒a�:1�I:��`��)c�|�F.���+��&dl7K8��@�*��^[۵f�]�Q����M�f�Z��N�V�� By Jonathan Tichler . "Salomé" (1891), dans la traduction allemande de Hedwig Lachmann. R. Strauss - Salome [DVD] ... Santo Loquasto created the sets and costumes, and Doug Varone choreographed., with Barbara Willis Sweete directing for the stage. Lust, murder, treachery, betrayal and tragedy are the usual components of opera, but they hardly prepare one for what Richard Strass’s Salome offers. Worst of all, the board of the opera house’s owners became involved when the daughter of one of its most powerful members, J.P. Morgan, found the opera offensive. 0000004426 00000 n 0000002324 00000 n Santo Loquasto is credited as Designer. The period was updated from biblical times to (perhaps) World War I, with Herod and his guests in evening dress. Santo Loquasto's incongruously modern day costumes additional nothing to account understanding, and his cumbersome set always been an obstacle study course for the upset contributors. Hoping that Strauss’s new opera mixing biblical figures with sexually infused stage action would create another box office hit, Conried selected the Salome premiere (pictured at the top of this page, with Olive Fremstad in the title role) as his annual benefit performance at elevated prices. IBDB (Internet Broadway Database) archive is the official database for Broadway theatre information. Peter Clark is the Met’s Director of Archives. Metropolitan Opera. Salome: Karita Mattila Herodias: Ildikó Komlósi Herod: Kim Begley Narraboth: Joseph Kaiser Jokanaan: Juha Uusitalo . Designer: Santo Loquasto. 0000007456 00000 n The glory of Salome is too much; we avert our eyes, as the curtain swoops down to block her from view.--Parterre Box _____ Conductor: Johannes Debus* Production: Jürgen Flimm. L’agenda des artistes et les saisons de plus de 900 théâtres sont proposés en 23 langues aux amateurs d'opéra. Like Herod, one asks for the moon to darken, the torches to be put out. "Salome"by Richard Strauss from the play by Oscar Wilde German translation by Hedwig Lachmann Valery Gergiev, Conductor Jurgen Flimm, Production Santo Loquasto, Costume Designer Doug Varone, Choreographer Starring Karita Mattila (Salome), Bryn Terfel (Jochanan), Siegfried Jerusalem (Herod), Victoria Livengood (Herodias) Operabase has documented operatic activity worldwide since 1996, with over 500,000 performances on file. But sadly, this short revival (six performances through December 28) has proved otherwise. Welitsch’s flaming red hair, “silvery-sounding voice,”  and charismatic persona, together with Reiner’s masterful orchestra, thrilled the audience, who were “still cheering both fifteen minutes after the final curtain.” Welitsch and Reiner repeated their Salome in two more seasons until the soprano’s Met career abruptly ended due to her lack of success in other roles. Strauss’s Salome came back to the Met on Monday, unfortunately in Jürgen Flimm’s silly production, introduced back in 2004. Op. Santo Loquasto LIGHTING DESIGNER James F. Ingalls CHOREOGRAPHER Doug Varone GENERAL MANAGER Peter Gelb MUSIC DIRECTOR James Levine Richard Strauss Saturday, October 11, 2008, 1:00–2:40pm Salome Additional funding for this production was received from Mr. and Mrs. Sid R. Bass, Agnes Varis and Karl Leichtman, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra K. Zilkha, and The Gilbert S. Kahn and John J. Throughout all this period and all the way back to the 1930s, Salome was given on a double bill, usually with an Italian opera or with a ballet. Salome, Metropolitan Safari, New York Or evaluate according to Financial Times. Santo Loquasto was born on July 26, 1944 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA. Wipe-out games. 0000001276 00000 n In Jürgen Flimm’s production at the New York Met, the story of Salome unfolds in a non-specific setting. Réduisez le nombre de résultats en cherchant comme : Auteur (20) Titre (2) Affiner. Production: Jürgen Flimm Set & Costume Designer: Santo Loquasto Lighting Designer: James F. Ingalls Choreographer: Doug Varone New York. Flimm’s production, with sets and costumes by Santo Loquasto, uses modern imagery to good metaphorical effect. The second Met Salome, in 1934, was a tentative affair under the baton of Artur Bodanzky with Göta Ljungberg in the title role. The Met’s reigning Brünnhilde and Isolde, Swedish soprano Birgit Nilsson (pictured above), joined the eminent Strauss conductor Karl Böhm for some of the most thrilling performances that Salome has ever received at the Met. - Diplômé de la Yale drama school (en 1969) ISNI :: ISNI 0000 0000 7845 2868: Activities of Santo Loquasto (24 resources in data.bnf.fr) Setting for Met Opera Salome, with sets by Santo Loquasto (Photo: Marty Sohl / Met Opera) No matter which language was employed, the title character remains one of the most elusive and challenging to cast of any in the standard repertory. Richard Strauss: Salome (new production premiere). Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi most often served as a curtain raiser, but Cavalleria Rusticana, La Serva Padrona, and Menotti’s Amelia Goes to the Ball also shared the bill sometimes, as did several ballets. Designer: Santo Loquasto Lighting designer: James F. Ingalls Choreographer ... trying to capture every mote of Karita Mattila's brilliant portrayal of Salome at the Metropolitan Opera. - 1re représentation en français : Paris, 25 mars 1907. By Agnes Kory. "Salome", Richard Strauss, live from the Metropolitan Opera House. The Designs of Santo Loquasto. Mr. Flimm’s production, with sets and costumes by Santo Loquasto, uses modern imagery to good metaphorical effect. The performing team was one for the history books. 0000011818 00000 n Activities of Santo Loquasto (24 resources in data.bnf.fr) Audiovisual works (including radio) (11) Gianni Schicchi (2016) with Santo Loquasto ... Salome (2011) with Santo Loquasto … Salomé : Karita Mattila Herodes : Kim Begley Herodias : Ildiko Komlösi Jochanaan : Juha Uusitalo Narraboth : Joseph Kaiser Page des Herodias : Lucy Schaufer Erster Jude : Allan Glassman Zweiter Jude : Mark Schowalter Dritter Jude : Adam Klein … 0000034516 00000 n 0000005429 00000 n Aidez-nous à compléter la fiche de cet artiste en apportant votre contribution via le formulaire de contact. Patrick Summers, conductor. Jürgen Flimm designed the production, Santo Loquasto created the sets and costumes, and Doug Varone choreographed., with Barbara Willis Sweete directing for the stage. He started his career as a designer at the Showcase Theatre in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. 0000007571 00000 n Salome. Loquasto has a bachelor's degree in English literature from King's College, Pennsylvania and a master's of fine arts from Yale Drama School. Salome was an hour and forty minutes of lush and intense musical drama. Pour sa première mise en scène d’opéra, James Gray est entouré d’une équipe en or : Santo Loquasto aux décors, Bertrand Couderc (lumière) et Christian Lacroix pour les costumes. New York. After that cautious return, the formula for a successful Salome became clear: a strong personality in the title role with a voice that could slice through the huge orchestra and enough physical allure to avoid ridicule, supported by a dynamic, authoritative conductor. Santo Loquasto is a designer for dance, theatre and film. I have never heard the role so magnificently sung. ; Ajouter vos notices et les classer. The return of Jürgen Flimm’s 2004 production of Salome to the Met was an occasion to celebrate two debuts: Patricia Racette taking on the title role at the Met for the first time stepping in for Catherine Naglestad, and the young conductor Johannes Debus leading the Met Orchestra in a straightforward but insightful reading of one of Strauss’s masterpieces. - 1re représentation à l'Opéra de Paris (version française de Joseph de Marliave et Pedro Gailhard) : 3 mai 1910 Domaines : Musique Autre forme du titre : Salome. Heinrich Conried, the Met’s general manager from 1903 to 1908, was a man of the theater who had a taste for sensation.