Watch Mozart's Don Giovanni for free. The opera will be streaming from 5.00pm UK time on Sunday 31 May. Available to watch until 5.00pm on Sunday 7 June.
Sometimes the Devil is a gentleman... When a seduction goes horribly wrong, Don Giovanni finds himself in a situation he can’t charm his way out of.
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Introduction: 0 – 4 minutes 43 seconds
Act I: 4 minutes 43 seconds – 1 hour 33 minutes 23 seconds
Act II: 1 hour 33 minutes 23 seconds – 2 hours 58 minutes 18 seconds
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Don Giovanni lives a life of debauchery and pleasure, seducing and abandoning women wherever he goes, helped by his faithful servant Leporello. But when a seduction goes horribly wrong, he finally finds himself in a situation he can’t charm his way out of.
Don Giovanni, Mozart and Da Ponte’s take on the familiar Don Juan legend, is a work ahead of its time. Colliding comedy and tragedy in a fluid, free-form music-drama, the opera has a breathless energy and impetus that’s impossible to resist – a wild musical ride that takes its audience quite literally to hell and back again. A score of contrasts and extremes includes the beguiling simplicity of Don Giovanni’s serenade and the high-wire virtuosity of Donna Anna’s arias.
Gerald Finley stars as the libidinous Don in Jonathan Kent’s sleek, contemporary staging, with Kate Royal as Donna Elvira and Anna Samuil as the vengeful Donna Anna.
Don Giovanni was captured live at Festival 2010.
Conductor: Vladimir Jurowski
Director: Jonathan Kent
Designer: Paul Brown
Lighting Designer: Mark Henderson
Movement Director: Denni Sayers
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
The Glyndebourne Chorus
Chorus Master Jeremy Bines
Assistant Director: Ashley Dean
Fight Director: Alison de Burgh
Supertitles: Ian Julier
Leporello: Luca Pisaroni
Donna Anna: Anna Samuil
Don Giovanni: Gerald Finley
Commendatore: Brindley Sherratt
Don Ottavio: William Burden
Donna Elvira: Kate Royal
Zerlina: Anna Virovlansky
Masetto: Guido Loconsolo