Giuseppe Verdi

Daniele Gatti rejoins the 'National' for Verdi's Requiem, in which the composer has summoned all the expressive forms of the operatic art.

Daniele Gatti
Daniele Gatti © Pablo Faccinetto


Eleonora Buratto | soprano
Marie-Nicole Lemieux | contralto
Michael Spyres | tenor
Riccardo Zanellato | bass

Daniele Gatti | direction
Orchestre National de France
Chœur de Radio France | direction Alessandro Di Stefano
Chœur de l'Armée française | direction Aurore Tilla

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Verdi's Requiem is in a class of its own within the lyric repertoire. Audiences and musicians have often had contradictory opinions about it. Be that as it may, it was an immediate success for some years after its first performance in 1874. It then fell somewhat into neglect up until the 1930s, but has since emerged as one of the favourite bravura pieces for the most renowned groups, conductors and soloists. The rich subtleties, spirituality, inner turmoil and musical passion bound up in this work make it an unforgettable concert experience.

COPRODUCTION Théâtre des Champs-Elysées / Radio France
Concert broadcast live on February 5 on France Musique



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