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MP3-1681900 Tosca from Iceland

MP3-1681900 Tosca from Iceland
Item# MP3-1681900
$5.21

Product Description

Broadcast last night, probably from a recording made in Autumn 2017:



Tosca from Icelandic Opera in Harpa.



Broadcast 1st January 2018, said to be streamed live form Harpa in Rejkjavik, but actually probably a recording from October/November 2017



Tosca: Claire Rutter.

Cavaradossi: Kristján Jóhannsson

Scarpia: Ólafur Kjartan Sigurđarson

Angelotti: Ágúst Ólafsson

Spoletta: Ţorsteinn Freyr Sigurđsson

Sciarrone: Fjölnir Ólafsson

Sacristan: Bergţór Pálsson

Shepherd boy: Sigurbjartur Sturla Atlason

Roberti: Stefán Freyr Michaelsson



The choir and orchestra of the Icelandic Opera

Conductor: Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason

Director: Greg Eldridge

Set design: Alyson Cummins

Lighting Designer: Ţórđur Orri Pétursson

Costume Designer: Natalia Stewart

Choreographer: Jo Meredith

Chorus Master: Magnús Ragnarsson



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