Capriccio Trailer

Capriccio Trailer (2010)

01 January 2010 Music 149 mins

Strauss's final opera, first seen at the Met in 1998 in this John Cox production, was revived in 2010 for Renée Fleming. One of the world's great Strauss interpreters, she brought a "plush and alluring" voice and "noble phrasing" to her portrayal of the Countess, "a role that suits her ideally" (The New York Times). Fleming is joined in this Livein HD production by an extraordinary cast under the musical direction of Andrew Davis.

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Cast

Renée Fleming

as The Countess

Sarah Connolly

as Clairon

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 2010

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