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Mozart: Don Giovanni DVD (The Royal Opera)

Don Giovanni is one of the timeless classics of all opera. Mozart’s music and the words of his greatest collaborator, Da Ponte, are brought to life in Francesca Zambello’s engrossing production for The Royal Opera, with rich and colourful designs by Maria Björnson. With a sensational cast including Simon Keenlyside, Marina Poplavskaya, Joyce DiDonato and Kyle Ketelsen, and acclaimed conductor Charles Mackerras interpreting Mozart’s score, this is an exceptional performance. 

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Don Giovanni: Simon Keenlyside
Leporello: Kyle Ketelsen
Commendatore: Eric Halfvarson
Donna Anna: Marina Poplavskaya
Donna Elvira: Joyce DiDonato
Don Ottavio: Ramón Vargas
Zerlina: Miah Persson
Masetto: Robert Gleadow

Royal Opera Chorus
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Conductor: Charles Mackerras
Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Stage Director: Francesca Zambello
Set and Costume Designs: Maria Björnson
Lighting Design: Paul Pyant
Original Choreography: Stephen Mear
Fight Director: William Hobbs
Associate Director and Revival Choreography: Duncan Macfarland 

Plus: Illustrated synopsis; Cast gallery; Into the Royal Opera House; Backstage Tour

Picture: 16:9
Sound: 5.1 DTS Surround / PCM Stereo
Format: NTSC
Region code: 0 (worldwide) 
Running time: 202 mins 
Subtitles: EN/FR/DE/ES/IT

"If one of the cast it to be named above the rest, that should be Joyce DiDonato, an outstandingly accomplished Elvira, brilliantly projected, interestingly conceived, her singing concentrated in tone. Miah Persson is an adorable Zerlina, and I liked what she and others were encouraged to do by way of vocal ornamentation."

"Sir Charles Mackerras conducts an incandescent Overture which kindles the brilliance, clarity and indefatigable energy of his music direction throughout. This film powerfully captures the fiery essence of Francesco Zambello's production...Zambello makes Simon Keenlyside's harsh and diabolical Don Giovanni and Kyle Ketelsen's embittered Leporello a double-act of deadly dependency." BBC Music Magazine