Synonyms for ermione or Related words with ermione

tamerlano              arsace              torvaldo              semiramide              montecchi              farnace              mefistofele              artaserse              radamisto              andromaca              dorliska              ariodante              imeneo              rodelinda              alcina              ottavia              almirena              capuleti              stiffelio              abigaille              armida              abbandonata              nerone              spontini              aminta              admeto              cilea              partenope              mitridate              zandonai              arbace              masnadieri              poppea              pizzetti              ismaele              arlesiana              licori              oronte              paisiello              poliuto              clori              demofoonte              bajazet              tebaldo              riconosciuta              idamante              zelmira              giasone              vespri              ipermestra             



Examples of "ermione"
Act I, scene 4 - Aria of Ermione, "Già più nel seno timor non sento"
Act II, scene 3 - Aria of Ermione, "Vado, ma dove, o Dio"
Act III, scene 2 - Aria of Ermione, "Finche mi lusinga"
Other stagings of "Ermione" in recent years have taken place in Naples, Madrid, Rome (1991), Buenos Aires (1992) and Santa Fe (2000). The New York City Opera and Dallas Opera joined together to mount a production in 2004. A concert performance of "Ermione" was presented at Palacio de le Ópera A Coruña in June 2015 conducted by Alberto Zedda and starring Angela Meade (Ermione), Michael Spyres (Pirro), Barry Banks (Oreste) and Marianna Pizzolato (Andromaca).
Ermione tells Cleone that her love for Pirro has turned to hate. Oreste declares his love for Ermione, but she rejects him (Duet: "Amarti?" / "I? Love you?"). Pirro arrives with the grandees and his retinue, who announce that he has changed his mind and will return to Ermione (Chorus: "Alfin l'Eroe da forte" / "At last, the resolute hero"). Pirro then tells Oreste, to the astonishment of everyone, that he will, after all, hand over Astianatte to him. (Ermione, then the others and Pirro: "Sperar, poss'io?" ... "A me Astianatte" / "Should I, can I, hope?" ... "Bring Astianatte here") As the guards prepare to do so, Andromaca pleads with Pirro to give her time to think. Ermione is furious, and Pirro again rejects her. Andromaca vows to commit suicide if she is compelled to marry Pirro, while Pilade urges Oreste to leave with him. The Act ends in general consternation.
For Rossini he wrote "Mosè in Egitto" (1818), "Ermione" (1819), "La donna del lago" (1819) and "Zelmira" (1822).
1992: The company staged the U.S. premiere of the 1819 Gioachino Rossini work, Ermione, with stage director Jonathan Miller.
Act III, scene 7 - Trio for Antigona, Euristeo, and Ermione, "Ah, cela quel pianto non tanto dolor"
Linda Maguire (born May 7, 1959) is an American opera and classical singer, recording artist and researcher in sensory therapies. She is best known for her performance as Ermione in the 1995, BBC filmed Glyndebourne Festival production of Rossini's opera "Ermione".
This pastiche work was composed in a great hurry for a first performance arranged less than a month after the premiere of "Ermione". Rossini borrowed "19 of the 26 musical numbers" from his other works, including "Adelaide di Borgogna", "Ricciardo e Zoraide", as well as "Ermione" itself.
Pirro leaves. Andromaca decides that, before she dies, she will make Pirro swear that Astianatte will be spared. Ermione, accompanied by Fenicio and Cleone, appears and insults Andromaca, who forgives her and departs. She asks Fenicio to tell Pirro that she still loves him, even if he is planning to desert her (Aria: "Di, che vedesti piangere" / "Tell him that you have seen my tears"). He leaves, and Cleone tells Ermione that Pirro is not worthy of her. Ermione contemplates suicide (Aria: "Amata, l'amai" / "I was loved and loved him").
Gioacchino Rossini: "Semiramide" Assur, "Barber of Seville" Don Basilio, "Ermione" Fenicio, "La Gazza Ladra" Fernando, "Gessler" Guglielmo Tell, "Il viaggio a Reims" Lord Sydney
A seaport with ships at anchor - Ermione has arrived in Tauris, in search of her husband Oreste (Aria:"Io sperai di veder il tuo volto"). She is met by Pilade, faithful friend of Oreste, but they are both arrested by Filotete as foreigners. King Toante decrees that according to law both Ermione and Pilade must be put to death as human sacrifices to the goddess Diana, but changes his mind, and orders that Pilade only will be killed. Left alone with Ermione, he tells her he has fallen in love with her and will save her life if she will be his. She refuses this offer, whereupon he warns her to beware his wrath (Aria:"Pensa ch'io sono"). Left alone, Ermione laments her fate (Aria:" Dite pace e fulminate"). The act concludes with a set of dances for the Grecian sailors.
The first German stage production was presented at Volkstheater Rostock on 5 March 2016 conducted by David Parry and starring Gulnara Shafigullina (Ermione), Paul Nilon (Pirro), Ashley Catling (Oreste) and Jasmin Etezadzadeh (Andromaca).
He created several Rossini roles in Naples, notably: Elmiro in "Otello", Idraote in "Armida", the title role in "Mosè in Egitto", Ircano in "Ricciardo e Zoraide", Fenicio in "Ermione", Douglas in "La donna del lago", Leucippo in "Zelmira".
The composer André Grétry wrote a three-act opera, "Andromaque," with a libretto based on the Racine play, which premiered in 1780. In addition, Rossini's two-act 1819 opera, "Ermione," is based on Racine's play.
For Rossini, he created, at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, several roles including: Iago in "Otello", Goffredo in "Armida", Aronne in "Mosè in Egitto", Ernesto in "Ricciardo e Zoraide", Pilade in "Ermione", Condulmiero in "Maometto II".
She has recorded many CDs with Opera Rara. These include Rossini's "La donna del lago" and "Ermione" (which won a 2011 The Gramophone Award); Donizetti's ""Parisina d'Este""; and Bellini's "Il pirata".
Ermione (1819) is a tragic opera (azione tragica) in two acts by Gioachino Rossini to an Italian libretto by Andrea Leone Tottola, based on the play "Andromaque" by Jean Racine.
Mary-Ellen Nesi (Oreste), Maria Mitsopoulou (Ermione), Mata Katsuli (Iphigenia), Antonis Koroneos (Pilade), Petros Magoulas (Toante), Nicholas Spanos (Filotete).Camerata Stuttgart, George Petrou, conductor. CD:MDG Cat:LC 6768 Recorded 2003.