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    Land/Jahr: Österreich/2007
    Genre: ------
    Darsteller: Natalie Dessay, Juan Diego Florez, Carlos Alvarez, Montserrat Caballe

    Länge: 120 min.
    Altersfreigabe: ---
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    DIESELKINO FILMFRÜHSTÜCK - REGIMENTSTOCHTER
    FIDELIO-KULTUR-FILMFRÜHSTÜCK
    Mit Natalie Dessay, Juan Diego Florez, Carlos Alvarez und mit der Wiener Staatsoper.
    Genuss & Unterhaltung

    Genießen sie zuerst ein gemütliches und reichhaltiges Frühstück bei unserem Gastronomiepartner. Danach bieten wir Ihnen eine besondere Auswahl an Filmen: Egal ob aus dem aktuellen Programm, Arthouse, Klassiker oder Spaß für die gesamte Familie - das Dieselkino film frühstück kombiniert Genuss und Unterhaltung am Sonntag.


    Film mit Frühstück: ab EUR 20,00
    Kinderpackage: ab EUR 17,00
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    REGIMENTSTOCHTER
    Gaetano Donizetti may have achieved immortality with his comic operas “Don Pasquale” and “L‘Elisir d‘amore,” and won a lasting place in the hearts of coloratura sopranos everywhere with “Maria Stuarda” and “Lucia di Lammermoor,” but for sheer entertainment, his “La Fille du Régiment” can‘t be beat. Especially when it‘s served in such a saucy, light-footed way by director Laurent Pelly in this coproduction of the Vienna State Opera, London‘s Covent Garden and New York‘s Metropolitan Opera. The plot revolves around Marie, the “daughter of the regiment,” who was found on the battlefield as a baby and raised by the soldiers as their daughter. She falls in love with the young Tyrolean Tonio, who joins the regiment in order to be near her. When the Marquise de Birkenfeld hears about Marie, she claims that she is her long-lost niece, whom she will turn into a lady... Her plans backfire, of course, as Marie will never abandon her Tonio and most certainly never become a lady! French soprano Natalie Dessay, not only a dazzling singer but also a gifted actress, effortlessly sweeps her castmates along in this turbulent buffo delight of an opera. “She laughed, mugged, cried and danced through her part ... And she sang. Oh, how she sang,” gushed George Jahn (Associated Press). Her partner is Juan Diego Flórez, one of the leading young tenors of our time. Clad in lederhosen, he cheerfully seduces Marie – and the audience – with his voice and his looks. And he effectively brings down the house with his jauntily tossed-off aria “Pour mon âme” and its nine high Cs. Baritone Carlos Álvarez gives an unforgettably comical account of Sergeant Sulpice, who watches over Marie and would much rather have her marry a Duke than a Tyrolean peasant. But perhaps the most uproarious moment in the performance is the scene-stealing appearance of the grandiose Montserrat Caballé as the Duchess of Krakenthorp, a non-singing cameo role that she speaks multilingually, partly improvised, and with irresistible charm. And, to the delight of all, she sings the Swiss yodeling song “S‘Schätzeli,” one of her favorite recital encores. Yves Abel leads the Vienna State Opera Orchestra in this rousing interpretation of a work that holds its own with Donizetti‘s beloved warhorses!
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