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6 Oct

Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century Mozart & Don Giovanni in Bruges

Librettist Da Ponte’s most exciting drama performed by a legendary orchestra and a dream cast

FRI 18 OCT 2019

Who wouldn’t want to be Don Giovanni for a while? Relishing life and love, without worrying about the trail of broken hearts you leave behind? Mozart’s timeless opera poses questions that still perplex us today. Certainly when they are performed by delightful voices, such as those of André Morsch and Paula Murrihy. The Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century makes Mozart sparkle as never before. But beware, even in Don Giovanni, the old adage is ever true: he who laughs last, laughs best.


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Don Giovanni, KV527 (concert version)


Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century: orchestra
Kenneth Montgomery: conductor
Cappella Amsterdam: choir
André Morsch: Don Giovanni, baritone
Katharine Dain: Donna Anna, soprano
Paula Murrihy: Donna Elvira, mezzosoprano
Henk Neven: Leporello, baritone
Thomas Cooley: Don Ottavio, tenor
Rosanne van Sandwijk: Zerlina, mezzosoprano
Berend Eijkhout: Masetto, baritone
David Wilson-Johnson: Il commendatore, bass

Jeroen Lopes Cardozo: direction

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