Juan Diego Flórez rehearsing with conductor Edward Gardner is a rare and beautiful gem
18 September 2019, 13:37
The magical moment Juan Diego Flórez and Edward Gardner created something beautiful together – and we all got to be a fly on the wall.
This is a rare, beautiful insight into the work that goes into creating some of the world’s most beautiful music.
Juan Diego Flórez, the great Peruvian tenor, sings through ‘Pourquoi me réveiller’ from Massenet’s Werther, with conductor Edward Gardner at the piano.
Juan Diego Flórez rehearses 'Pourquoi me réveiller' from Massenet’s Werther
🤩 Esteemed tenor Juan Diego Flórez rehearses 'Pourquoi me réveiller' from Massenet’s Werther, with conductor Edward Gardner Werther is now open on the Main Stage 🙌 Tickets: roh.org.uk/productions/werther-by-benoit-jacquot?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=SocialPosted by Royal Opera House on Tuesday, 17 September 2019
“I love what you did in rehearsals when you go quicker to the top A sharp,” Gardner says to Flórez over the piano.
“You often hear it together with the orchestra, but when you go quick and I wait, I can enforce what you have.”
What a treat it is to see two such great artists in a working rehearsal.
Watch, and let yourself be transported to a magical realm where only shining top A sharps exist...
Werther is now open on the Main Stage on London’s Royal Opera House. Get your tickets here.