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    A Moment of Opera

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    A Moment of Opera

    The Telephone aria
    The Telephone by Gian Carlo Menotti
    How do you sing like a sore throat? And how do you laugh musically? Yael Karet and Tal Ganor demonstrate an operatic phone call to Gian Carlo Manotti's Telephone aria, including the "Mmmm ... bye".
    Rivka's aria
    The Opera Mothers by David Sebba
    A Moment of Opera with our soloist Daniela Skorka and the opera's composer and conductor, David Sebba, about the heartbreaking aria in which Rivka tells Esau that she loves him, but less.
    Farewell Trio
    Cosi fan tutte by Mozart
    When we heard Mozart compose waves, it threw us straight into an Impressionist picture - with waves and a harbor and sun in the sky, hoping our loved ones would return in peace
    The Quarrel Duet
    Le nozze di Figaro by Mozart
    On one corner Anat Czarny as the lady Marcellina and on the other corner Tal Ganor as Susanna the maid. So what's all the fuss about?
    Belcore's aria
    L'elisir d'amore by Donizetti
    Sargent Belcore is a n officer and a gentleman who is ready to fall in love time and again!
    The sisters' duet
    Cosi fan tutte by Mozart
    The sisters Dorabella and Firodiligi sings two rather different duets in Mozart's school for lovers. Let's watch the differences.
    Susanna's aria
    Le nozze di Figaro by Mozart
    Susanna's exquisite and refined aria comes to life with Tal Ganor.
    God's aria
    Mothers by David Sebba
    How do you write a role for God in an opera, and for which voice exactly?
    Monica's aria
    The Medium by Menotti
    Did you ever see and opera singers singing an aria with herself? Or maybe with a little extra help from the…
    Norina's aria
    Don Pasquale by Donizetti
    She has a heart full of and for love but if you are on her bad book…beware!!
    Basilio's slander aria
    Il barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini
    How does one prepare a crescendo? Like every Italian plate you need just very few basic ingredients.
    Chips
    Schitz by Yoni Rechter
    There are three things that we really really like – Hanoch Levin, Yoni Rechter and… Chips.
    Cherubino's Aria
    The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart
    This is the story of Cherubino, a young mischievous adolescent who is full of charm and full with love.
    Papageno & Papagena Duet
    The Magic Flute by Mozart
    A Moment of Opera with the sweetest duet in the world – Papageno and Papagena.
    Iolanta's Aria
    Iolanta by Tchaikovsky
    In a time in which we are all socially distanced, we cannot avoid a composer who throughout most of his life kept distance from everyone – Tchaikovsky.
    Zerlina's second Aria
    Cosi fan tutte by Mozart
    How will Zerlina treat the groom that almost wed her? Well she has her secret elixir of course.
    Gilda's Aria
    Rigoletto by Verdi
    Caro nome, Gilda's aria, is a refined moment of pure humane naïve innocence. With a very simple melody she still manages to thrill with her precise coloraturas.
    Dorabella and Guglielmo Date
    Cosi fan tutte by Mozart
    This week in A Moment of Opera we are on a date, and this is a very particular date with Dorabella and Guglielmo and the Raanana Symphonette Orchestra.
    Olga & Tatyana Duet
    Yevgeni Onegin by Tchaikovsky
    Tchaikovsky's masterpiece Yevgeni Onegin opens with a beautiful duet in which two sisters, Olga and Tatyana, showcase their opposite character.
    Dido's Lament
    Dido & Aneas by Parcell
    A moment of opera hosted by Yael Keret, with Dido's heartbreaking lament, from Parcell's Dido and Aneas.
    Zerlina's first Aria
    Don Giovanni by Mozart
    David Sebba & Daniela Skorka
    On her wedding day, as she is about to go under the canopy, Zerlina cheats her groom to be with the suave Don Giovanni. Will Masetto ever forgive his bride to be?
    Scarpia's Aria
    Tosca by Puccini
    Here he comes! The greatest villain of them all! And what an entrance. No one can beat Baron Scarpia's operatic entrance!
    The Queen of the Night first Aria
    The Magic Flute by Mozart
    Take shelter, close the windows, protect you crystals! She is about to arrive and she is not alone!
    The Count & Susanna Duet
    The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart
    This time our favorite moment of opera comes with an extra delight as the Raanana Symphonette Orchestra replaces the piano. And this time we watch Count Almaviva seduce the maid Susanna with just two words!
    Glitter and be Gay
    Candide by Bernstein
    Tali Ketzef does not really need champagne to go wild and revel! All it takes is Bernstien's stunning coloraturas in Cunegonde's ravishing Glitter and be Gay!
    Margurite' Waltz
    Faust by Gounod
    Diamonds, as well know, are a girl's best friend. And those that Margurite finds turns out to be her greatest enemy.
    The Flower Duet
    Madama Butterfly by Puccini
    After three years of hope Butterfly finally spots Pinkerton's ship at the Nagasaki port and with Suzuki she is ready to adorn the house with flowers towards his return.
    Mimi's first Aria
    La Boheme by Puccini
    Mimi is mostly looked at as a naïve shy person. But can it be that beneath the surface there is a young woman who only pretends to be shy and actually is toying with us all?
    Adele's Aria
    Die Fledermaus by Strauss
    Every composer has his own secrets and we are here to reveal them all. Why does the maid Adele laugh at her master? And why does Strauss likes to giggle?
    Butterfly's Aria
    Madama Butterfly by Puccini
    Madame Butterfly is one of the most beautiful operas in the operatic repertoire. It is impossible to argue with that. So why every time we watch t we cringe in our seat?
    Despina's Aria
    Cosi fan tutte by Mozart
    Introduction to the beginner adulterer. Straight from Mozart's School for Love – Despina is here to provide Adultery 101 as she talks about adulterous men and the appropriate female reaction.
    Gremin's Aria
    Yevgeni Onegin by Tchaikovsky
    Yevgeni Onegin was the first production we had to stop because of the COVID 19 pandemic.
    The Queen of the Night second Aria
    The Magic Flute by Mozart
    Each story has its villain. Batman has his Joker; Dynasty has Alexis and in the opera world we have one super villain – The Queen of the Night.
    Azucena's Aria
    Il trovatore by Verdi
    Verdi has several gypsy witches in his operas. So what makes Azucena in Il trovatore unique?
    Papageno's Suicide Aria
    The Magic Flute by Mozart
    The Magic Flute is the ultimate optimistic opera. But beneath the surface, death and despair reign supreme.
    Tosca's Aria
    Tosca by Puccini
    She lives for art. She lives for love.
    Giovanni-Zerlina Duet
    Don Giovanni by Mozart
    Jewish tradition calls for merriment at weddings. Don Giovanni takes this literally but he is here only to make the bride happy and himself of course.
    Liu's Death Aria
    Turandot by Puccini
    Opera heroines die as the curtain descends. But what happens when the composer dies before he concluded writing his opera?
    Lauretta's Aaria
    Gianni Schicchi by Puccini
    Puccini wants to help Lauretta convince her father to allow her marry the man she loves. But how does he do it?
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