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BIZET: Carmen - Royal Opera House (3D Version)

BIZET: Carmen - Royal Opera House (3D Version)


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Christine Rice (Carmen); Bryan Hymel (Don José); Aris Argiris (Escamillo); Maija Kovalevska (Micaëla); Elena Xanthoudakis (Frasquita); Paula Murrihy (Mercedes); Harry Nicoll (Le Remendado); Adrian Clarke (Le Dancaine); Nicolas Courjal (Zuniga); Dawid Kimberg (Morales);


Passion, jealousy and betrayal take center stage at Londons Royal Opera House in a spectacular production of the worlds most popular opera. Bizet's Carmen is packed with some of the best-loved and memorable music in all of opera.In this characteristically vivid and vibrant stage production by Francesca Zambello, beautifully filmed in 3D by Julian Napier, Seville is brought to life with ranks of soldiers, crowds of peasants, gypsies and bullfighters - as well as a magnificent horse, a donkey and even some chickens! This spectacular RealD and Royal Opera House production features a supremely talented cast, gripping drama and Bizet's energetic and passionate score. It is truly a musical event to remember!Carmen in 3D was premiered at the Santa Barbara Film Festival in February 2011, and this recording marks the worlds first complete opera on 3D Blu-ray.3D FAQsCarmen in 3D was shot using state-of-the-art 3D cameras during live performances at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. This was a first of its kind 3D production utilizing the same equipment used for many of todays blockbuster 3D feature films and live 3D sporting events.

Do I need a 3D TV and 3D Blu-ray player to watch this disc? Yes, you will need a 3D compatible TV and a 3Dcompatible Blu-ray player.

Will I have to wear 3D glasses? Yes, the technology used to produce this recording does require the use of the 3D glasses that were supplied with your 3D TV (3D glasses are not supplied with this disc).


"This staging lends itself specially well to film in many ways. It’s as colourful as the music ... Rice’s dark good looks make her a good choice for the part. Her singing is precise and attractive ... Argiris’s Escamillo is much deeper than the usual flashy image...Kovalevska’s Micaëla on the other hand was superb from beginning to end." (Opera Today)

"Looking radiant and singing superbly, [Kovalevska] brought great depth and passion to the role with a faultless performance." (The Daily Express)

"... an earthily alluring Carmen from Christine Rice." (The Guardian)

Extra features

Carmen and RealD: Filming in 3D. Adding Depth to Opera. Carmen the Opera.

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