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Workshop #3 - Der Rosenkavalier

Singing and orchestra introduction workshop

Saturday

09.12.2023

11:00 — Grand Théâtre de Genève

Grand Théâtre de Genève

Opera & Voice

Artistic partner

programme

Ines Ladewig Ott
second violin

Caroline Siméand Morel
cello

Katrin Herda
bassoon

Nuno Osório
double bass

Julie Fortier
piano

Alina Delgadillo
mezzo-soprano

Marie Favre
musicologist

The Grand Théâtre and the Orchestre de Suisse Romande are pleased to join in a unique public workshop on Der Rosenkavalier.
Immerse yourself in the world of Richard Strauss with mezzo-soprano Alina Delgadillo, musicologist Marie Favre and 5 musicians from the OSR.
Through a number of excerpts, discover the specific features of this great composer’s writing, the lyric voice and the orchestral parts of Der Rosenkavalier. At the end of the workshop, it’s up to you to play, and you can even try your hand at some of the orchestra’s instruments and operatic singing!

Musicians:
Inès Ladewig Ott, violin
Caroline Siméand Morel, cello
Katrin Herda, bassoon
Nuno Osório, double bass
Julie Fortier, piano

Arrangements: Alexandre Manoukian

Places are limited.
From 12 years and over, accompanied by an adult.


the music

The Public Workshops of the Grand Théâtre de Genève

Let’s try a different approach to opera and ballet…

With every Grand Théâtre production this season, there will be a Saturday morning of creative workshops related to the upcoming opera or ballet. Song, dance, drama, text, visual arts, it’s all there waiting to surprise you and help you express yourself: voice, stage, theatre and image professionals will guide you through the many aspects of opera, the art that has everything!



OSR Live

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Maurice Ravel

Boléro

Jonathan Nott

conductor

Recorded on 15 November 2017 at Victoria Hall, Geneva

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JONATHAN NOTT

Conductor

Yvonne Naef

mezzo-soprano

György Ligeti
Poème symphonique, pour cent métronomes

Johann Sebastian Bach
Komm süsser Tod (orchestration by Leopold Stokowski)

Gustav Mahler
Kindertotenlieder, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra

Recorded on 21 January 2021 at Victoria Hall, Geneva