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    A Moment of Opera

    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!

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