This is an episode in which, once again, we’ve gone out onto the street so that it’s all of you telling us if you like music, if you like opera and what music means to you. With all of your answers we see that, as Nietzsche said, not only is it impossible to live without music, but that opera, music and art is forever and for everyone, and not just for the select few.
That’s because all of us are capable of feeling and being moved, as we will see in an exciting and surprising final sequence recorded on the stage of Barcelona’s Gran Teatre del Liceu with all of those who have helped us throughout the show.
"Turandot" Palau de les Arts
"Reina Sofía", Valencia Intendant: Helga SchmidtZDF for ARTE, UNITEL 2008
"The Magic Flute" Salzburg Festival, 2006UNITEL, ORF
"La Traviata" Salzburg FestivalORF/NHK/BR/UNITEL, 2005
"Der Rosenkavalier" Festspielhaus Baden-Baden 2009 UNITEL, ZDF 3sat
"Nabucco" Palau de les Arts "Reina Sofía", 2015 A production of the Bayerische Staatsoper, 2008
"Le dernier jour d’un condamné" Composed by David Alagna, Written by David, Frédérico and Roberto Alagna. From Victor Hugo’s book
Orchestre Régional Avignon-Provence, Balàzs Kocsàr
Chœur de l’Opéra de Tours, Emmanuel Trenque
Chœur de l’Opéra Grand Avignon, Aurore Marchand
Staging: Nadine Duffaut
Produced by Andy Sommer
(p) 2014 Morgane Production, under exclusive licence to Universal Music Classics & Jazz France, a Universal Music France division