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Cadmus & Hermione (2008)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
André Morsch ...
Claire Lefilliâtre ...
Arnaud Marzorati ...
Arbas / Pan
Jean-François Lombard ...
La Nourrice / Dieu champêtre
Isabelle Druet ...
Charite / Melisse
Arnaud Richard ...
Draco / Mars
Camille Poul ...
L'Amour / Pales
Le Soleil / Premier Prince Tirien
Geoffroy Buffière ...
Le Grand Sacrificateur / Jupiter
Romain Champion ...
Premier Africain / L'Envie
Vincent Vantyghem ...
Second Prince Tirien
Luanda Siqueira ...
Junon / Aglante
Eugénie Warnier ...
Anthony Lo Papa ...
Second Africain
Jeroen Bredelwold ...
Echion Jan


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1.78 : 1
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Cadmus et Hermione, Tragédie
Music by Jean-Baptiste Lully
Libretto by Philippe Quinault
Cadmus: André Morsch
Hermione: Claire Lefilliâtre
Arbas/Pan: Arnaud Marzorati
La Nourrice/Dieu champêtre: Jean-François Lombard
Charite/Melisse: Isabelle Druet
Draco/Mars: Arnaud Richard
L'Amour/Palès: Camille Poul
Le Soleil/Premier Prince Tirien: David Ghilardi
Le Grand Sacrificateur/Jupiter: Geoffroy Buffière
Premier Africain/L'Envie: Romain Champion
Second Prince Tirien: Vincent Vantyghem
Junon / Aglante: Luanda Siqueira
Pallas: Eugénie Warnier
Second Africain: Anthony Lo Papa
Echion Jan: Jeroen Bredelwold
L'Hymen: Élodie Fonnard
Vénus: Hélène Richer
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27 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

For anybody who loves Lully(an extremely important composer in revolutionising and developing french opera and also opera in general) or are introducing themselves to his style, Cadmus et Hermione will not disappoint. Neither will this production. Why it's so lowly rated here I do not know, lack of votes perhaps? The visuals are entirely captivating in how colourfully rich and ornate they are, and the use of candles give a very hypnotic feel to it, leaving you in a trance as you at the same time try to take in everything else. The beautiful music is done justice in the elegant and very authentic orchestral playing, while the choreography is of light-on-your-feet and enchanting quality and also matched equally in the dancing of it. The stage direction matches the dream-like and imaginative feel of everything else that is treating your eyes and ears. The performances are also top-notch, André Morsch is a noble Cadmus and Claire Fefilliâtre a beautiful- in every way- Hermione, in short performances that match their role attributes exactly. Overall, a heavenly production in so many ways. 10/10 Bethany Cox

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