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"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."
"In Lotte de Beer set of Wagner's The flying dutchman at the Malmö opera, don't sit Senta suktande in front of a picture of the dutchman, she is painting it yourself. Admittedly, the picture looks as soon as out that Malevitjs black square, but Senta is thus not only trånsjuk and sacrificial, but a more active way than usual. And it is, of course, long ago both the customary and reasonable, to Senta is made to the key figure"
"Christof Hetzers stage is in the first act as black as Sentas picture, but in the second act opens up in the middle to a crowded and Carl Larsson-like a kitchen full of industrious hushållspysslande women. No wonder Senta gets claustrophobia. In the last act, released for the first time, the whole scene, and where the partying people in a sockersöt rural idyll dominated by the high kulissbjörkar – the scenbilden get spontaneous publikapplåder. And it's not wrong to sometimes use old-fashioned teaterillusioner and not these elaborate digital projections, which almost become routine now."
"the End in The flying dutchman, in which Senta sacrifices herself for the dutchman, is not easy for a contemporary director to manage. A devout woman, who gives her life for a man's salvation, it is not so easy to be swallowed by a modern audience. Lotte de Beer's solution is, however, unclear. Senta leads into the dutchman into a square black hole, which I guess is supposed to be the picture she painted. Then he turns around and goes towards the crowd and strike out with your arms."
"nOperaorkesterns games under its new principal conductor, Steven Sloane constitutes a real breath of fresh air in the show. It is the speed and drive of the game as well as over the choir's efforts. As Senta rolldebuterar Cornelia Beskow, who in recent years had great success as Wagnersopran, among other things, took home all the prizes at the Danish Lauritz Melchior competition. She also has a good technique and a voice with impact and large volume. But it is a voice without heat, and it is unfortunately all too sharp, when she takes in, and it makes Senta often. Can just any good vokalpedagog help her to soften her voice, she has a huge potential."
"nJosef Wagner is a held back a demonic dutchman with sweet euphonious bass-baritone, while Daland, Sentas miser and jovialiske father, is done with humor and a light crusty base of Nikolay Didenko. Sentas official fiance Erik is usually the hunter, but pop it up in the prästmundering; he sung with tenoral passion of Zoltán Nyári."
"" The flying dutchman"
"Director: Lotte de Beer. Set design: nChristof Hetzer."
"In roles: Josef Wagner, Cornelia Beskow, nNikolay Didenko, Bryan Register, etc."
"Conductor: Steven Sloane"
"running time: 2 h 40 min."