Review on Classical in Cinema: 3 Stars in Vienna

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Days ago I went to the show of “3 Stars in Vienna” with anticipation, and it did not bring disappointment. Under the beautiful open setting of Schönbrunn Palace, the Radio Symphonieorchester Wien showcased their strength and cooperated well with the “3 Stars” Anna Netrebko, Plácido Domingo and Rolando Villazón. And I believe the charisma and power of the “3 Stars” are not to be questioned; from their voices, works by Puccini, Wagner, Rossini and other composers all glittered and sparkled, and they brightened the starry night of Vienna, as well as the hearts of the audience in and out of the big screen.

Classical in Cinema: 3 Stars in Vienna
Date: 2011/1/23
Venue: House 4, Broadway Palace IFC
Presenter(s): UNITEL, CLASSICA
Artist(s): Anna Netrebko, Rolando Villazón, Plácido Domingo, Bertrand De Billy, Radio Symphonieorchester Wien
Programme: Works by Puccini, Rossini, Verdi, Massenet, Wagner, and many more

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