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3SAT EDITION – CARAVAGGIO

Bruno Moretti, Claudio Monteverdi

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Bruno Moretti, Claudio Monteverdi
3SAT EDITION – CARAVAGGIO
Staatsoper Unter den Linden, 2008


Soloists: Beatrice Knop, Polina Semionova, Vladimir Malakhov
Orchestra, Chorus: Staatsballett Berlin, Staatskapelle Berlin
Conductor: Paul Connelly
Choreographer: Mauro Bigonzetti
DVD Specials: MAKING OF CARAVAGGIOInterviews with the choreographer, composer and soloists as well as the backstage and rehearsal footage

Caravaggio, born Michelangelo Merisi, has entered history due to his paintings of dramatic intensity. Caravaggio used to venture the threshold beyond the pale throughout his life. He was seen for admiration of his work and harsh opposition towards his extraordinary realism in painting human beings. Due to his passionate personality, he encountered more than several confl icts with people around him, sponsors, and the law. One of his foremost artistic twists was the extreme contrast between brightness and darkness, light and shadow. Mauro Bigonzetti is one of the leading choreographers of the Italian ballet which freed itself from the predominance of mainly classical opera companies in the 80’s. He created his choreographies mainly for the Aterballetto in Reggio Emilia that helped him to fame and worldwide attention. “When I think of Caravaggio, I think of the artist and the human being at the same time. These are the two sides of the human existence that interest me in particular. The relations of these two worlds are the inspiration for this work: the inner world on the one hand – and how it evolves artistically on the other.” Mauro Bigonzetti has developed the piece CARAVAGGIO in collaboration with the Staatsballett Berlin.
Label: Arthaus Musik

Genre: 3sat Edition

Running Time: 90

Picture Format: 16:9

Disc Format: NTSC

Sound Format: Dolby Digital 2.0

Number of Discs: 1

Region: 0

Subtitle Languages:

DE

Catalogue No.:

109012

UPC: 807280901290

ISBN: 978-3-86923-011-5

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