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This performance of the very young Mozart's opera is exquisite in every aspect.
The young singers are all excellent, but one must mention tenor Maximilian Kiener in the role of Hyacinth's father Oebalus and Christiane Karg as his sister Melia.
In a nutshell, this "Schuldigkeit" is a highly interesting, and very unusual opera, with beautiful Mozart music.
The DVD of "Apollo et Hyacinthus" is excellent, with fine singing and first-class inventive staging and marvelous costumes by John Dew, aspects well covered by the other laudatory... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Roo.Bookaroo
Amazing. The production of Apollo et Hyacinthus is more to period. I wish they would do that more. There is a tear jerking duet between Maximilian Kiener and Christiane Karg. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Deal or No Deal
A beautiful, traditional production of a VERY young Mozart opera. The Salzburg festival productions have a tendency to be a bit gimmicky, but this production honored the original... Read morePublished on October 7, 2012 by V. A. Koursaros
Amazing what this genius did at age 11. But on a bell shaped curve comparing all of his operas and those after him it is mediocre with moments of brilliance. Read morePublished on May 21, 2011 by sergei kochkin
Because of the dreadful excesses of ugly - and by now, in fact, wholly conventional - Regie theater which undermined the M/22 versions of "Nozze" and "Cosi," I'd rashly assumed... Read morePublished on October 24, 2008 by Stanley H. Nemeth
Apollo et Hyacinthus
I loved the costumes, the baroque style of movements, and the singing. I love the intamacy of the smaller stage. Read more