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Vienna, in the golden age of the Empress Maria Theresa. The Feldmarschallin, beautiful and married, has a besotted young lover, Count Octavian. But Octavian is half her age, and the Feldmarschallin knows that one day she must give him up to a younger woman. How soon will that time come? When the boorish Baron Ochs charges Octavian to present a silver rose (a traditional engagement gift) on his behalf, Octavian comes face to face with the delightful Sophie; the Feldmarschallin is the first to realise what is going on.Performers Kate Royal (The Marschallin), Tara Erraught (Octavian), Lars Woldt (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau), Teodora Gheorghiu (Sophie), Michael Kraus (Herr von Faninal), Miranda Keys (Marianne Leitmetzerin), Christopher Gillett (Valzacchi), Helene Schneiderman (Annina), Gwynne Howell (Notary), Andrej Dunaev (Italian Singer), Robert Worle (Innkeeper), Scott Conner (Police Commissioner).
Music Strauss. Lyrics Hofmannsthal. Producer Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Company London Philharmonic Orchestra. Company The Glyndebourne Chorus. Conductor Robin Ticciati. Director Richard Jones. Design Paul Steinberg. Costume Nicky Gillibrand. Director Sarah Fahie (movement). Lighting Mimi Jordan Sherin.
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