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Concert performance sung in French. Antonio Pappano returns with the Orchestra and Chorus of the Academy of Santa Cecilia, Rome, for a rare revival of Rossiniâs magnum opus about the legendary founding fathers of Switzerland and the hero who shoots an apple from his sonâs head. Finish time approx: 22:55Performers Michele Pertusi (baritone - William Tell), John Osborn (tenor - Arnold Melchthal), Matthew Rose (bass - Walter Furst), Frederic Caton (bass - Melchthal), Elena Xanthoudakis (soprano - Jemmy), Nicolas Courjal (bass - Gesler), Carlo Bosi (tenor - Rodolphe), Celso Albelo (tenor - Ruodi), mark Stone (baritone - Leuthold), Malyn Bystrom (soprano - Mathilde), Patricia Bardon (mezzo-soprano - Hedwige), Davide Malvestio (bass - Huntsman).
Company Orchestra and Chorus of the Academy of Santa Cecilia Rome. Conductor Antonio Pappano.
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