Zarzuela

“Canción de la Paloma” de “El Barberillo de Lavapiés”, con música de Francisco Asenjo Barbiero y letra de Luis Mariano de Larra. Grabación en directo con Pilar Jurado y la Orquesta Sinfónica y Coro de RTVE, dirigida por Cristóbal Soler. Este vídeo utiliza imágenes del Ensayo General del concierto en el Teatro Monumental de Madrid y de los días de grabación...

La tabernera del puerto, en el Teatro Calderón de Valladolid. JONDE, Joven Orquesta Nacional de España. Teatro Calderón de Valladolid 23 , 25, 26 abril. Programa Pablo Sorozábal: La tabernera del puerto Zarzuela en tres actos, con libreto de Federico Romero y Guillermo Fernández-Shaw. Producción del Teatro de la Zarzuela, 2018. Director de escena: Mario Gas. Cristóbal soler vuelve a dirigir La Tabernera del puerto, considerada la última gran...

Concierto de la OCRTVE celebrado en el Palacio Real de Aranjuez. El programa lo constituye una selección de temas de zarzuelas más conocidas. El concierto está dirigido por el especialista en musica lírica Cristóbal Soler. ...

This uncommon title by Amadeo Vives (author of the famous Doña Francisquita, Bohemios, Maruxa) was premiered in 1912 and reflects the new musical tastes at that time and the clear influence of the Viennese operetta. This new production of Teatro de la Zarzuela is led by Stage director Emilio Sagi and Conductor Cristóbal Soler. LA GENERALA, opereta in two acts by Amadeo Vives. Libretto...

¡UNA NOCHE DE ZARZUELA…!   ¡Una noche de Zarzuela…! Lyrical dream in two acts. Under the theatrical pretext - the misadventures of a company during the Spanish Civil War-  this new production of Teatro de la Zarzuela shows an extensive lyrical anthology of the best Zarzuela repertoire.    ¡Una noche de Zarzuela…! Music by: Francisco Alonso, Emilio Arrieta, Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, Tomás Bretón, Ruperto Chapí , Federico Chueca, Manuel Fernández Caballero, Gerónimo Giménez, Jacinto Guerrero, Pablo Luna, Vicente Lleó, Pedro Miguel Marqués, Federico Moreno Torroba, Manuel Nieto, Manuel Penella , Pablo Sorozábal, Amadeo Vives   Text...

Amusing and singular concert with waltzes, polkas, mazurkas and schottishes from famous zarzuelas. The performance was set in a funny “corrala”, an old courtyard in Madrid, where comedians and dancers also took part led by stage director Paco Mir. Conductor: Cristóbal Soler Stage director: Paco Mir Actors: Toni González, Maribel Lara, Inma Ochoa y Pepín Tre Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid (Titular del Teatro de la...

  Dress rehearsal of Luisa Fernanda,  one of the most popular titles of the Spanish Lyric genre. It was Moreno Torroba´s  fourth zarzuela and his first big success, premiered in Madrid in 1932. This new production of Teatro de la Zarzuela is led by Stage director Luis Olmos and conducted by Cristóbal Soler. LUISA FERNANDA, zarzuela in three acts, composed by Federico Moreno Torroba. Libretto...

      La verbena de la Paloma is one of the greatest zarzuelas of all the genre. Bretón composed this score in only nineteen days. He wrote: "I composed in the cafés, the taverns, even on benches in the street.” It was an enormous and instantaneous success. Since then, it has been performed countless times in Spain and America.  Since Falla was Bretón´s pupil,...

       Los amores de la Inés, a one-act farce in two scenes, is the first and only of Manuel de Falla´s six zarzuelas to be actually produced. It was composed when he was twenty-five years old. The first performance took place at the Teatro Cómico of Madrid on 12th April 1902. Conductor Cristobal Soler and Stage director, José Carlos Plaza led this...

    Los amores de la Inés, a one-act farce in two scenes, is the first and only of Manuel de Falla´s six zarzuelas to be actually produced. It was composed when he was twenty-five years old. The first performance took place at the Teatro Cómico of Madrid on 12th April 1902. Conductor Cristobal Soler and Stage director, José Carlos Plaza led this...

    Galanteos en Venecia, (Madrid, 1853) zarzuela in three acts composed by Fracisco Asenjo Barbieri (1823-1894). Libretto by Luis Olona. This new production of Teatro de la Zarzuela is a premiere in modern times. The documentaries include brief comments of the artistic team: Conductor Cristobal Soler, Stage director, Paco Mir (Tricicle) and cast members.     Galanteos en Venecia, zarzuela in three acts, composed by...

      Los Diamantes de la Corona, zarzuela in three acts by Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, libretto by Francisco Camprodón inspired by the play by Eugène Scribe and Jules-Henry Vernoy de Saint Georges, written for the opera Les Diamants de la couronne, by D. Auber. This new production of Teatro de la Zarzuela, led by the artistic team of Conductor Cristobal Soler and Stage director,...

El huésped del sevillano Concert version of the famous zarzuela in two acts, El Huesped del Sevillano.  Mtro. Cristobal Soler conducts the Spanish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and Choir (ORTVE), and well-known singers such as mezzosoprano Lorena Valero and the late tenor José Ferrero.     El Huésped del Sevillano, zarzuela in two acts (1926) Music: Jacinto Guerrero (1895-1951) Libretto: Juan I. Luca de Tena and...

Gala Lírica ORTVE Teatro Monumental, Madrid 22nd May 2014 Sonia de Munk, soprano Marina Rodríguez Cusí, mezzosoprano Enrique Ferrer, tenor Manuel Lanza, barítono Spanish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and Choir Cristobal Soler, conductor   1st Part: R. Chapí: La Revoltosa: Preludio J. Serrano: Los claveles: Romanza de Rosa: ¿Qué te importa que no venga? A. Vives: Doña Francisquita Coro de románticos G. Giménez: El barbero de Sevilla Polonesa: Me llaman la primorosa F. Chueca/J. Valverde: La Gran Vía Pasodoble de los Sargentos P. Sorozábal: La...