Picture format DVD: NTSC – 16:9Sound format DVD: PCM Stereo, DTS 5.0Region code: 0 (worldwide)Subtitles: English, German, French Booklet Notes: English, German, French Running time: 83 mins German FSK: 0Eric Cutler (Hoffmann), Anne Sofie Von Otter (La Muse/Nicklausse), Vito Priante (Lindorf / Coppélius / Dr Miracle / Dapertutto), Christoph Homberger (Andrès / Cochenille / Frantz / Pitichinaccio), Ana Durlovski (Olympia), Measha Brueggergosman (Antonia / Giulietta), Altea Garrido (Stella), Lani Poulson (La Mère d’Antonia), Jean-Philippe Lafont (Maître Luther / Crespel), Gerardo López (Nathanaël), Graham Valentine (Spalanzani), Tomeu Bibiloni (Hermann), Isaac Galán (Schlemil)Orchestra & Chorus of the Teatro Real de Madrid, Sylvain Cambreling (conductor) & Christoph Marthaler (stage director)Although posthumous, 'The Tales of Hoffmann' is considered as the masterpiece of Jacques Offenbach’s work and mixes love, pain and whim.
The intrigue settles around three stories about a broken love.
Told by Hoffmann, narrator and hero, these tales paint a portrait of three feminine figures: Olympia the automaton, Antonia the dying opera singer and Giulietta the courtesan.
This triptych allows the development of very different universes, and colour.
My great-great-great-great-grandmother Sarah Colley, who came from Trelawny Town, Jamaica, was a mistress to Sir John Wentworth, the Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia. Johnston Endowed Chair in Black Canadian Studies and Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Dalhousie University.
Her musical range encompasses everything from gospel hymns and jazz standards to classical music'Songs of Freedom' is a very personal music documentary offering a stylistic blend of musical performance, historical documentary and personal journey.
Music and Beyond festival: Music and Circus — China’s Heibei Acrobatic Troupe, p.m., GCTC, 1233 Wellington St.
The journey continues in Nova Scotia where Measha takes a closer look at Canadian Maritime history.
Cory and Tracey Grattan of Fredericton want to ensure the story of their son's death on Feb.
4 after a drinking game — called beer pong — is known by as many people as possible, so it doesn't happen to any other family.