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    George Frideric Handel

    A magnificent trio of female vocalists take on this extraordinary portrait of a woman in love, which is one of the finest roles in Handel’s catalogue.

    Photo de Elsa Dreisig © Simon Fowler
    Elsa Dreisig © Simon Fowler
    Photo de Francesco Corti © Markus Gårder
    Francesco Corti © Markus Gårder
    Photo de Sandrine Piau © Sandrine Expilly
    Sandrine Piau © Sandrine Expilly

    Elsa Dreisig | Alcina
    Sandrine Piau | Morgana 
    Emily D’Angelo | Ruggiero
    Jasmin White | Bradamante 
    Stefan Sbonnik | Oronte
    Bruno de Sá | Oberto
    Alex Rosen | Melisso

    Francesco Corti | direction
    il Pomo d’Oro 

    The extraordinary portrait of a woman in love rendered impotent by her passion is one of the finest and most moving roles in Handel’s repertoire. The composer employs the subtle art of twists and turns of plot which provide the pretext for endlessly refreshed melodic inventiveness and an incredibly richly constructed drama. Elsa Driesig’s Alcina is supported by Sandrine Piau as Morgana and Emily D’Angelo as Ruggiero, and by the finely honed conducting of Francesco Corti and the inspired musicians of Il Pomo d’Oro.

    Production Théâtre des Champs-Elysées