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    146571-4
    Dmitri Hvorostovsky (1962-2017), Russian baritone, on January 2nd, 1993. Photograph by Colette Masson (born in 1934).
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    146571-2
    Dmitri Hvorostovsky (1962-2017), Russian baritone. Aix-en-Provence (France), Hotel Maynier d'Oppède, July 1992. Photograph by Colette Masson (born in 1934).
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    4645 x 7026 pixels (2664 Ko)

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    146571-1
    Dmitri Hvorostovsky (1962-2017), Russian baritone. Aix-en-Provence (France), Hotel Maynier d'Oppède, July 1992. Photograph by Colette Masson (born in 1934).
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    4698 x 7125 pixels (2314 Ko)

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    146571-3
    Dmitri Hvorostovsky (1962-2017), Russian baritone, in "Eugene Onegin", on September 27, 1992. Photograph by Colette Masson (born in 1934).
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    146571-5
    Dmitri Hvorostovsky (1962-2017), Russian baritone, on January 2nd, 1993. Photograph by Colette Masson (born in 1934).
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    4676 x 7105 pixels (3355 Ko)

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    82402-23
    "La Traviata", opera by Giuseppe Verdi after "La Dame aux Camélias", novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. Conductor : Dan Ettinger. Libretto : Francesco Maria Piave. Direction : Benoît Jacquot. Stage design : Sylvain Chauvelot. Costumes : Christian Gasc. Lights : André Diot. Choreography : Philippe Giraudeau. Orchestra and Chorus of Paris Opera. Choirmaster : José Luis Basso. Ermonela Jaho (Violetta Valéry), Anna Pennisi (Flora Bervoix), Francesco Meli (Alfredo Germont), Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Giorgio Germont), Kevin Amiel Gastone (Visconte de Letorières), Fabio Previati (Il Barone Douphol), Florian Sempey (Il Marchese d’Obigny), Antoine Garcin (Dottor Grenvil). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on September 5, 2014.
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    5652 x 3768 pixels (1180 Ko)

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    82402-11
    "La Traviata", opera by Giuseppe Verdi after "La Dame aux Camélias", novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. Conductor : Dan Ettinger. Libretto : Francesco Maria Piave. Direction : Benoît Jacquot. Stage design : Sylvain Chauvelot. Costumes : Christian Gasc. Lights : André Diot. Choreography : Philippe Giraudeau. Orchestra and Chorus of Paris Opera. Choirmaster : José Luis Basso. Ermonela Jaho and Dmitri Hvorostovsky. Paris, Opéra Bastille, on September 5, 2014.
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    5646 x 3764 pixels (776 Ko)

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    82402-30
    "La Traviata", opera by Giuseppe Verdi after "La Dame aux Camélias", novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. Conductor : Dan Ettinger. Libretto : Francesco Maria Piave. Direction : Benoît Jacquot. Stage design : Sylvain Chauvelot. Costumes : Christian Gasc. Lights : André Diot. Choreography : Philippe Giraudeau. Orchestra and Chorus of Paris Opera. Choirmaster : José Luis Basso. Ermonela Jaho (Violetta Valéry), Francesco Meli (Alfredo Germont), Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Giorgio Germont), Antoine Garcin (Dottor Grenvil). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on September 5, 2014.
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    5760 x 3840 pixels (858 Ko)

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    82402-22
    "La Traviata", opera by Giuseppe Verdi after "La Dame aux Camélias", novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. Conductor : Dan Ettinger. Libretto : Francesco Maria Piave. Direction : Benoît Jacquot. Stage design : Sylvain Chauvelot. Costumes : Christian Gasc. Lights : André Diot. Choreography : Philippe Giraudeau. Orchestra and Chorus of Paris Opera. Choirmaster : José Luis Basso. Ermonela Jaho (Violetta Valéry), Anna Pennisi (Flora Bervoix), Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Giorgio Germont), Kevin Amiel Gastone (Visconte de Letorières), Fabio Previati (Il Barone Douphol), Florian Sempey (Il Marchese d’Obigny), Antoine Garcin (Dottor Grenvil). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on September 5, 2014.
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    5498 x 3665 pixels (1089 Ko)

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    82402-3
    "La Traviata", opera by Giuseppe Verdi after "La Dame aux Camélias", novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. Conductor : Dan Ettinger. Libretto : Francesco Maria Piave. Direction : Benoît Jacquot. Stage design : Sylvain Chauvelot. Costumes : Christian Gasc. Lights : André Diot. Choreography : Philippe Giraudeau. Orchestra and Chorus of Paris Opera. Choirmaster : José Luis Basso. Ermonela Jaho (Violetta Valéry), Anna Pennisi (Flora Bervoix), Fabio Previati (Il Barone Douphol), Florian Sempey (Il Marchese d’Obigny), Antoine Garcin (Dottor Grenvil). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on September 5, 2014.
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    5760 x 3840 pixels (786 Ko)

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    82402-12
    "La Traviata", opera by Giuseppe Verdi after "La Dame aux Camélias", novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. Conductor : Dan Ettinger. Libretto : Francesco Maria Piave. Direction : Benoît Jacquot. Stage design : Sylvain Chauvelot. Costumes : Christian Gasc. Lights : André Diot. Choreography : Philippe Giraudeau. Orchestra and Chorus of Paris Opera. Choirmaster : José Luis Basso. Ermonela Jaho (Violetta Valéry), Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Giorgio Germont). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on September 5, 2014.
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    5677 x 3785 pixels (807 Ko)

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    82402-13
    "La Traviata", opera by Giuseppe Verdi after "La Dame aux Camélias", novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. Conductor : Dan Ettinger. Libretto : Francesco Maria Piave. Direction : Benoît Jacquot. Stage design : Sylvain Chauvelot. Costumes : Christian Gasc. Lights : André Diot. Choreography : Philippe Giraudeau. Orchestra and Chorus of Paris Opera. Choirmaster : José Luis Basso. Ermonela Jaho (Violetta Valéry), Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Giorgio Germont). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on September 5, 2014.
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    5760 x 3840 pixels (637 Ko)

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    38265-3
    "Don Carlo" by Giuseppe Verdi. Direction : Graham Vick. Stage design and costumes : Tobias Hoheisel. Lights : Matthew Richardson. Chorus and orchestra : Opéra National de Paris. Conductor : Teodor Currentzis. Tamar Iveri (Elisabette de Valois), Yvonne Naef (Princess Eboli) and Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Rodrigo Marquis de Posa). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on June 4, 2008.
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    4318 x 2799 pixels (2804 Ko)

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    38265-16
    "Don Carlo" by Giuseppe Verdi. Direction : Graham Vick. Stage design and costumes : Tobias Hoheisel. Lights : Matthew Richardson. Chorus and orchestra : Opéra National de Paris. Conductor : Teodor Currentzis. James Morris (Filippe II), Tamar Iveri (Elisabette de Valois), Yvonne Naef (Princess Eboli) and Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Rodrigo Marquis de Posa). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on June 4, 2008.
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    38265-8
    "Don Carlo" by Giuseppe Verdi. Direction : Graham Vick. Stage design and costumes : Tobias Hoheisel. Lights : Matthew Richardson. Chorus and orchestra : Opéra National de Paris. Conductor : Teodor Currentzis. Yvonne Naef (Princess Eboli) and Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Rodrigo Marquis de Posa). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on June 4, 2008.
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    38265-12
    "Don Carlo" by Giuseppe Verdi. Direction : Graham Vick. Stage design and costumes : Tobias Hoheisel. Lights : Matthew Richardson. Chorus and orchestra : Opéra National de Paris. Conductor : Teodor Currentzis. James Morris (Filippe II), Stefano Secco (Don Carlo), Tamar Iveri (Elisabette de Valois), Yvonne Naef (Princess Eboli), Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Rodrigo Marquis de Posa), Mikhail Petrenko (Grand inquisitor), Jason Bridges (Count di Lerma). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on June 4, 2008.
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    38265-7
    "Don Carlo" by Giuseppe Verdi. Direction : Graham Vick. Stage design and costumes : Tobias Hoheisel. Lights : Matthew Richardson. Chorus and orchestra : Opéra National de Paris. Conductor : Teodor Currentzis. James Morris (Filippe II) and Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Rodrigo Marquis de Posa). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on June 4, 2008.
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    2758 x 4148 pixels (2710 Ko)

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    38265-1
    "Don Carlo" by Giuseppe Verdi. Direction : Graham Vick. Stage design and costumes : Tobias Hoheisel. Lights : Matthew Richardson. Chorus and orchestra : Opéra National de Paris. Conductor : Teodor Currentzis. Stefano Secco (Don Carlo) and Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Rodrigo Marquis de Posa). Paris, Opéra Bastille, on June 4, 2008.
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    22508-5
    "The Marriage of Figaro", after Pierre-Augusin Caron de Beaumarchais, on a music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Choreography: Jean Guizerix. Direction: Giorgio Strehler. Paris national orchestra conducted by Stéphane Deneve. Stage design and costumes: Ezio Frigerio. Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Patrizia Ciofi. Paris, Opéra Bastille, on May 19, 2003.
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    3251 x 2167 pixels (4437 Ko)

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