Mozart 22 (2006– )
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Le nozze di Figaro 


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Wiener Philharmoniker Wiener Philharmoniker ... Themselves - Orchester
Nikolaus Harnoncourt Nikolaus Harnoncourt ... Himself - Conductor
Ildebrando D'Arcangelo Ildebrando D'Arcangelo ... Figaro
Bo Skovhus Bo Skovhus ... Count Almaviva
Dorothea Röschmann Dorothea Röschmann ... Countess Almaviva
Anna Netrebko ... Susanna
Christine Schäfer Christine Schäfer ... Cherubino
Marie McLaughlin Marie McLaughlin ... Marcellina
Franz-Josef Selig Franz-Josef Selig ... Bartolo
Patrick Henckens Patrick Henckens ... Basilio
Eva Liebau Eva Liebau ... Barbarina
Florian Boesch Florian Boesch ... Antonio
Oliver Ringelhahn Oliver Ringelhahn ... Don Curzio
Uli Kirsch Uli Kirsch ... Cherubim
Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor ... Chor


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Austria | Germany



Release Date:

26 July 2006 (Austria) See more »

Also Known As:

Le nozze di Figaro See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Le Nozze di Figaro was a live-transmission from a premiere of the Salzburg Festival, on July 26, 2006. German TV broadcast it with a time delay of 15 minutes. See more »


References Mozart 22 (2006) See more »

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Great cast, wonderful music, interesting production
21 October 2011 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

Le Nozze Di Figaro is one of my favourite operas of all time, so naturally I wanted to see this production. My favourite productions of this opera are the 1993 and 1994 ones and I also love the 1975 Jean Pierre Ponelle film.

This production was interesting. The costumes and sets are untraditional and generally good with a surrealist approach though some of Act 2 and the beginning of act 3 are a little too bleak for my tastes. However the act 4 set is beautiful. The picture quality is good, the sound clear and the camera work clever.

Musically it was also good. The orchestra play with style, pathos and vigour, and I was especially taken with how discreet the cello and harpsichord continuo was. Harnencourt's conducting is fine generally, but a little too ponderous towards the end of act 2.

Staging is decent. Acts 3 and act 4 were staged quite nicely, but I wasn't entirely blown away by act 2 and to a much lesser extent act 1, with a few things that irritated me. Such as Basilio indicating to the Count for Susanna to take a seat when there isn't even a chair on set or the Countess inviting Susanna into her chamber when they'd been standing together for at least three minutes.

I loved though the singing and acting. Initially I wasn't sure about Anna Netrebko as Susanna, but actually I found her very charming. Bo Skovkhus is great as the menacing Count and Dorothea Roschmann is a passionate Countess, her Dovo Sono is beautiful. Ildebrando D'Archangelo is a handsome and hearty Figaro and Christine Schaffer an amorous and very well sung and acted Cherubino. Bartolo, Marcellina, Barbarina and Basilio are wittily performed as well.

The addition of the male angel I can understand is a source of irritation, although he is performed well I didn't get the significance of his presence in correlation to the plot. All in all, interesting and decent if mainly for the cast. 7/10 Bethany Cox

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