Podcast: Louis Langrée with Evans Mirageas

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Cincinnati Opera's Harry T. Wilks Artistic Director Evans Mirageas interviews Maestro Louis Langrée of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Maestro Langrée conducts his own orchestra in our 2017 production of La Bohème.

Cincinnati Opera's Harry T. Wilks Artistic Director Evans Mirageas interviews Maestro Louis Langrée of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Maestro Langrée conducts his own orchestra in our 2017 production of La Bohème.

Show Notes

  • La Bohème
  • “Che gelida manina”
  • Arturo Toscanini
  • Fidelio
  • “Sono andate” aria
  • Georges Pretre
  • Winterreise
  • Seymon Bychkov and John Eliot Gardiner were two mentors Louis mentioned.
  • Glyndeborne Opera
  • Mostly Mozart Festival
  • Simon Rattle spoke about importance of understanding a community.
  • "Musetta’s Waltz" (aka Quando me’n vo’) with its 25 tempo changes
  • Maestro Langrée mentions the Bayreuth Festival and sitting in the pit to watch Peter Schneider conduct.
  • YouTube link to Kleiber Pavarotti
  • Paul Valéry's Cahiers—short notebooks
  • Smartphone metronome apps
  • Jean Robert de Cavel is a Cincinnati-based chef.
  • “Essere non videre” – be yourself
  • Helen Merrill
  • Bruckner 7 cond
  • Miles Davis
  • Libretto of La Boheme

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