J. A. Hasse
The music of Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783), perhaps more than that of any other composer, typified the refined, aristocratic taste of the last decades of the European ancien régime. During his lifetime he was famous throughout Europe - the nineteenth-century French musicologist Fétis remarked: “... few artists had such success, or greater renown than Hasse. Few are so forgotten now.” Fortunately, during the last few years this situation has begun to change. It is clear to modern ears that Hasse’s fine music is ripe for re-discovery. Renowned above all for his gifts as a melodist, in Siroe Hasse offers a feast of rare vocal delights in the telling of a vivid story of passion, jealousy and intrigue.
Max Emanuel Cencic in a recent interview for Forum Opera. The interview was conducted by Mehdi Mahdavi in French.
Max Emanuel Cencic sur TV5 Monde:
L’ange du baroque ranime un opéra inédit depuis le XVIIIème siècle.
Max Emanuel Cencic est l’invité de « 64’ Le Monde en français » grand journal quotidien et mondial en français sur TV5 Monde.
1_13: La Sorte Mia Tiranna
3_17: Di Tuo Amor, Mio Cor è Indegno
Siroe: Max Emanuel Cencic *
Laodice: Julia Lezhneva *
Medarse: Mary-Ellen Nesi |Franco Fagioli * | Ray Chenez
Arasse: Laureen Snouffer * | Dilyara Idrisova | Yasmin Öezkan
Emira: Mary-Ellen Nesi * | Roxana Constantinescu | Blandine Staskiewicz
Cosroe: Juan Sancho * | Vassilis Kavayas
conductor: George Petrou * | Markellos Chryssicos
orchestra: Armonia Atenea *
director, concept: Max Emanuel Cencic
stage&set: Bruno de Lavènere
lighting: David Debrinay
video projection: Etienne Guiol
* CD recording