Synonyms for idamante or Related words with idamante

idomeneo              tamerlano              ariodante              rodelinda              papagena              radamisto              abigaille              sarastro              mefistofele              ermione              jenufa              semiramide              bertarido              zerbinetta              imeneo              farnace              amfortas              ortrud              admeto              ismaele              oronte              idreno              arsace              nannetta              scarpia              kundry              cherubino              amneris              alcina              pamina              torvaldo              capuleti              gurnemanz              euryanthe              telramund              florestan              iphigenie              fiametta              almirena              papageno              bajazet              mitridate              poppea              radames              marzelline              dorliska              masnadieri              klytemnestra              khovanshchina              incoronazione             

Examples of "idamante"
In 2011, she premiered "Jeder Mensch", a song cycle written for her by Mohammed Fairouz and sang Idamante in Mozart's "Idomeneo, re di Creta".
At the king's palace, Idomeneo seeks counsel from Arbace, who says another victim could be sacrificed if Idamante were sent into exile. Idomeneo orders his son to escort Electra to her home, Argos. Idomeneo's kind words to Ilia move her to declare that since she has lost everything, he will be her father and Crete her country. As she leaves, Idomeneo realizes that sending Idamante into exile has cost Ilia her happiness as well as his own. Electra welcomes the idea of going to Argos with Idamante.
Outside the temple, the king and High Priest join Neptune's priests in prayer that the god may be appeased. Arbace brings news that Idamante has killed the monster. As Idomeneo fears new reprisals from Neptune, Idamante enters in sacrificial robes, saying he understands his father's torment and is ready to die. After an agonizing farewell, Idomeneo is about to sacrifice his son when Ilia intervenes, offering her own life instead. The Voice of Neptune is heard. Idomeneo must yield the throne to Ilia and Idamante. Everyone is relieved except Electra, who longs for her own death. Idomeneo presents Idamante and his bride as the new rulers. The people call upon the god of love and marriage to bless the royal pair and bring peace.
Earlier in 1786, Mozart had produced a previous (musically unrelated) score based on the same text, as an insertion aria for the character Idamante in a revised version of his 1781 opera "Idomeneo," intended for amateur performance in Vienna. For that revival, Mozart reworked the role of Idamante (originally a castrato) for the tenor voice, and the addition of this scena (recitative and rondo "", K. 490) was only one of many changes that resulted from this recasting.
Recent engagements include the roles of Idamante in Mozart's "Idomeneo" at the Glyndebourne and Salzburg Festivals, Cherubino for both the Bavarian State Opera in Munich and the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Dorabella in Mozart's "Cosi fan tutte" (Salzburg Easter Festival and in Berlin) and her return to the Metropolitan Opera as Varvara ("Katja Kabanova") and Dorabella. She sings Zerlina with the Metropolitan Opera in Japan, returns to the Salzburg Festival for Idamante and to the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées for Melisande.
"Idomeneo", a 1781 opera seria by Mozart, is based on the story of Idomeneus's return to Crete. In this version, Poseidon (Neptune in the opera) spares Idomeneo's son Idamante, on condition that Idomeneo relinquish his throne to the new generation.
In 1781 he was called upon to perform the role of Idamante in Mozart's "Idomeneo re di Creta" at Munich, although after his first collaboration Mozart was not impressed by dal Prato.
He quickly established himself in lyric roles in German and Italian repertoire such as Belmonte, Tamino, Idamante, Ferrando, Nemorino, Ernesto, Fenton, David, Chateauneuf, he also enjoyed success in German operettas, notably as Alfred in "Die Fledermaus", etc.
She made her European debut at La Monnaie in Brussels, as Cherubino in "Le nozze di Figaro", in 1977. During the same season, she sang Idamante in "Idomeneo", at the Opéra de Lyon.
A concert performance was given in 1786 at the Palais Auersperg in Vienna. For this, Mozart wrote some new music, made some cuts, and changed Idamante from a castrato to a tenor.
Idomeneo is saved by Neptune (god of the sea) and is washed up on a Cretan beach. There he recalls the vow he made to Neptune: to sacrifice, if he should arrive safely on land, the first living creature he should meet. Idamante approaches him, but because the two have not seen each other for a long time, recognition is difficult. When Idomeneo finally realizes the youth that he must sacrifice for the sake of his vow is his own child, he orders Idamante never to seek him out again. Grief-stricken by his father's rejection, Idamante runs off. Cretan troops disembarking from Idomeneo's ship are met by their wives, and all praise Neptune.
Coote has performed at England's Opera North, the English National Opera, the Metropolitan Opera in New York (Hansel in Humperdinck's "Hansel and Gretel"), the San Francisco Opera in 2002 (Ruggiero in Handel's "Alcina") and 2008 (Idamante in Mozart's "Idomeneo"). In 2009, she sang Maffio Orsini in Gaetano Donizetti's "Lucrezia Borgia" at the Bavarian State Opera. She also appeared in 2011 as Prince Charming in "Cendrillon" at the Royal Opera House. In 2013, she played Sextus in the Metropolitan Opera's production of Handel's "Giulio Cesare". In March 2017 she reprised the role of Idamante in six performances at the Metropolitan Opera.
Idomeneo was performed three times in Munich. Later in 1781 Mozart considered (but did not put into effect) revisions that would have brought the work closer into line with Gluck's style; this would have meant a bass Idomeneo and a tenor Idamante.
Trudeliese Schmidt (7 November 1942 − 24 June 2004) was a German operatic mezzo-soprano who had an international career, performing at major opera houses and festivals in Europe. The singer with a remarkable stage presence excelled in trouser roles such as Cherubino, Idamante, Hänsel, Octavian and the composer in "Ariadne auf Naxos". She performed in premieres of operas by Isang Yun and Manfred Trojahn.
Susanne Mentzer (born January 21, 1957) is an American operatic mezzo-soprano. She is best known for singing trouser roles, such as Cherubino in Mozart's "Le nozze di Figaro", Idamante in Mozart's "Idomeneo", Octavian in Richard Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" and the composer in Strauss' "Ariadne auf Naxos", as well as other music of Mozart, Strauss, Rossini, Berlioz and Mahler.
Island of Crete, shortly after the Trojan War. Ilia, daughter of the defeated Trojan King Priam, has been taken to Crete after the war. She loves Prince Idamante, son of Idomeneo, but hesitates to acknowledge her love. Idamante frees the Trojan prisoners in a gesture of good will. He tells Ilia, who is rejecting his love, that it is not his fault that their fathers were enemies. Trojans and Cretans together welcome the return of peace, but Electra, daughter of the Greek King Agamemnon, is jealous of Ilia and does not approve of Idamante's clemency toward the enemy prisoners. Arbace, the king's confidant, brings news that Idomeneo has been lost at sea while returning to Crete from Troy. Electra, fearing that Ilia, a Trojan, will soon become Queen of Crete, feels the furies of the underworld rise up in her heart.
In the royal garden, Ilia asks the breezes to carry her love to Idamante, who appears, explaining that he must go to fight the serpent. When he says he would rather die than suffer the torments of his rejected love, Ilia confesses her love. They are surprised by Electra and Idomeneo. When Idamante asks his father why he sends him away, Idomeneo can only reply that the youth must leave. Ilia asks for consolation from Electra, who is preoccupied with revenge. Arbace comes with news that the people, led by the High Priest of Neptune, are clamoring for Idomeneo. The High Priest tells the king of the destruction caused by Neptune's monster, urging Idomeneo to reveal the name of the person whose sacrifice is demanded by the god. When the king confesses that his own son is the victim, the populace is horrified.
Born in Stuttgart, where he studied with Rudolf Ritter, he made his debut at the Kiel Opera House in 1937. After engagements in Nuremberg and Hamburg, he joined the Munich State Opera in 1948, where he established himself as a distinguished Mozartian singer; Belmonte, Idamante, Tito, Tamino. Other roles included; Serse, Jacquino, David, Alfredo, Rodolfo, Pinkerton. He created the role of Wallenstein in Hindemith's "Harmonie der Welt" in 1957.
After a hiatus of six years she returned to the Met in 1982 and remained a pillar of the ensemble, highly appreciated by critics and loved by the public in such roles as Idamante in "Idomeneo", Hansel in "Hansel and Gretel", Rosina in "Il Barbiere di Siviglia", Octavian in "Der Rosenkavalier", Blanche in "Dialogues des Carmélites", Cherubino, Mélisande in "Pelléas et Mélisande", Charlotte in "Werther" and Hanna Glawary in "The Merry Widow".
Recent engagements include Idamante in Mozart Idomeneo for Opera Vlaanderen, Irene Theodora with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Nerone L’incoronazione di Poppea with the Academy of Ancient Music, an Italian programme with Nash Ensemble at Wigmore Hall, CPE Bach’s Magnificat with the Insula Orchestra, and Beethoven Symphony No.9 with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Pokupić also joined Roger Vignoles for a recital at the Danube Festival of Song.