Bonus Features of Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie at 2013 Glyndebourne Festival

With William Christie, Jonathan Kent, Ed Lyon, and Christiane Karg...

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Jonathan Kent — Stage director

Paul Brown — Set designer

Mark Henderson — Lighting designer

Ashley Page — Choreographer

Ed Lyon — Hippolytus

Christiane Karg — Aricia

Sarah Connolly — Phaedre

Stéphane Degout — Theseus

François Lis — Pluto / Jupiter / Neptune

Katherine Watson — Diana

Julie Pasturaud — Œnone

Samuel Boden — Mercury

The Glyndebourne Chorus

Christopher Bucknall — Chorus director

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

William Christie — Conductor

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Rameau's groundbreaking Hippolyte et Aricie was marvelously brought to life Jonathan Kent's 2013 Glyndebourne re-interpretation. Here, go behind the scenes of the landmark production! Learn more about what went on behind the scenes with these bonus features, including extensive interviews with William Christie, Jonathan Kent, Ed Lyon, and Christiane Karg...

Jonathan Kent and William Christie's 2013 Hippolyte et Aricie was Glyndebourne's first-ever French Baroque opera production, and proved to be a smash hit, with critics declaring, "Few nights at the opera will be as rewarding as this one." (The Arts Desk) Kent's incredibly engaging modern staging intertwined with the cast's captivating interpretations of the titular young lovers' story and the masterful performance of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment led by the great William Christie. 

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