Профессия бизнес-тренер. Фильм четвертый: Тренер-звезда
Ключевой вопрос в рыночных условиях - востребованность профессионала. И одной квалификацией ее обеспечить невозможно. Маркетинг бизнес-тренера особенный. Он не описан в учебниках и не преподается в вузах. Успех в профессии одного из самых востребованных бизнес-тренеров России - лучший пример успешного самопродвижения. Фильм "Тренер-звезда" раскрывает секреты этого успеха.
01. Что такое тренер-звезда
03. Старт в тренинговом бизнесе
04. Сколько стоит тренинг
05. Как отказаться от тренинга
06. За что платят
07. Позиционирование: что мы делаем
08. Мастерство: как мы это делаем
09. Уникальность: легко ли нас заменить...
Rossini - Le Comte Ory (2 DVD)
In spring 2011, the first-ever performances at New York's Metropolitan Opera of Rossini's Le Comte Ory brought standing ovations and critical-acclaim. The spectacular trio of Juan Diego Florez, Diana Damrau and Joyce DiDonato ignited vocal and theatrical fireworks.
Le Comte Ory tells the story of a libidinous and cunning nobleman who disguises himself first as a hermit and then as a nun ("Sister Colette in order to gain access to the virtuous Countess Adele, whose brother is away at the Crusades. The 2011 Met production was directed by the Tony Award-winning Broadway director Bartlett Sher, who in recent years has also staged Il barbiere di Siviglia and Les Contes d'Hoffman for the Met. Sher presented the action as an opera within an opera, updated the action by a few centuries and giving the costume designer, Catherine Zuber, the opportunity to create some particularly extravagant headgear. Juan Diego Florez starred as the title role while Diana Damrau plays his love interest, Countess Adele, and Joyce DiDonato was in breeches as his pageboy Isolier. The trio had appeared in Sher's production of Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia.
The New York Times praised "the terrific cast", citing Damrau's "lustrous, agile coloratura soprano voice, and charisma galore" and describing how DiDonato, "who sang with plush sound and impeccable passagework, sent top notes soaring and conveyed all the swagger of a smitten page."
The Financial Times named Florez, "a bel-canto paragon virtually without peer. He attacks and/or floats top tones with laughing ease, phrases with slender grace and exudes charm even when impersonating a singing nun". The Wall Street Journal said: "It was a treat to hear Mr. Florez navigate the vocal extremes of the role, popping out high C's while adopting a rascally but winning demeanor."
Conducted with verve and finesse by Rossini specialist Maurizio Benini, the production also features the stylish French baritone Stephane Degout as Ory's bibulous conspirator Raimbaud (quite a change from his previous Met role - Debussy's gentle Pelleas), charismatic Italian bass Michele Pertusi as the Count's long-suffering Tutor, and, formidable as Adele's housekeeper Ragonde, the Swedish dramatic mezzo Susanne Resmark. ...
Mozart, Wolfgang Sawallisch: Die Zauberflote
Opera In Two Acts Sarastro - Kurt Moll Konigin Der Nacht - Edita Gruberova Pamina - Lucia Popp Tamino - Francisco Araiza Papageno - Wolfgang Brendel Papagena - Gudrun Sieber Sprecher - Jan-Hendrik Rootering Monostatos - Norbert Orth...
Jonas Kaufmann. Gounod: Faust (Blu-ray)
Jonas Kallmann's "tender lyricism" and "fearless high notes" created a "vocally splendid Faust" in Tony Award winner Des McAnuff's "theatrically daring" 2011 production for the Met (The New York Times). Also including the "outstanding" Rene Pape (New York Daily News) and the "daring" Marina Poplavskaya (Financial Times) and supported with "buoyancy and French flair" by star conductor Yannick Nezet-Seguin (Wall Street Journal), McAnuff's atomic-age vision of Gounod's melodrama entertains and compels.
Libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carre, based on Carre's play Faust et Marguerite and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's play Faust, Part I. Faust - Jonas Kaufmann Mephistopheles - Rene Pape Wagner - Jonathan Beyer Valentin - Russell Braun Siebel - Michele Losier Marguerite - Marina Poplavskaya Marthe - Wendy White
Conductor - Yannick Nezet-Seguin
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Chorus and Ballet
Chorus Master - Donald Palumbo
Rossini, Maurizio Benini: La Cenerentola (2 DVD)
When the opera begins, the impoverished Don Magnifico, Baron of Mountflagon, is on the verge of social and financial ruin. The only solution is for his daughters to find rich husbands. Years ago, when he still had some money, he married a widow who already had a little girl: Angelina. The baroness bore her new husband two more daughters, Clorinda and Tisbe. Since their mother's death the kindhearted Angelina has had a hard time at the hands of her vain and haughty half-sisters and her stepfather, who joins his own daughters in all the petty humiliations they deal out to Angelina. Nicknamed Cenerentola (Cinderella), and forced to do the most menial housework, Angelina bears it all with patience.
Not far from Don Magnifico's house is the castle of the young and wealthy prince Ramirо. The prince wants a bride, and has chosen an odd way to find one, sending out his tutor, the philosopher Alidoro, all over his domains to look for a suitable girl. He and his valet Dandini follow up Alidoro's leads but, in order to test the qualities of the bridal candidates more conclusively, they pretend that the prince is the servant and the servant the prince.
Libretto By Jacopo Ferretti, After Charles Perrault's Cendrillon / And Librettos By Charles Guillaume Etienne And Francesco Fiorini
Don Ramiro - Lawrence Brownlee
Dandini - Simone Alberghini
Don Magnifico - Alessandro Corbelli
Clorinda - Rachelle Durkin
Tube - Patricia Risley
Angelina, Known As Cenerentola - Elina Garanca
Alidoro - John Relyea
Conductor - Maurizio Benini
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra And Chorus...
Mozart, John Eliot Gardiner: Le Nozze Di Figaro
Opera In Four Acts Il Conte di Almaviva - Rodney Gilfry La Contessa di Almaviva - Hillevi Martinpelto Susanna - Alison Hagley Figaro - Bryn Terfel Cherubino - Pamela Helen Stephen Marcellina - Susan McCulloch Bartolo - Carlos Feller Antinoi - Julian Clarkson...
Anna Netrebko - Bellini: I Puritani (2 DVD)
Anna Netrebko enchanted audiences and critic alike when she sang her first ever Elvira at the Met, and this DVD captures all the freshness and spontaneity of her acclaimed performance. "The prolonged ovation Netrebko received after the Act II...
Wagner: Tristan Und Isolde, Barenboim (2 DVD)
Jean-Pierre Ponnelle's celebrated Bayreuth production filmed on the Festspielhaus stage with six cameras and in digital sound to recreate the unique intensity of a live performance in studio quality.
"On the small screen the almost impressionstic play of colour is heightened to become an overwhelming experience ... With Johanna Meier's unusually powerful Isolde and Rene Kollo's resplendent expressive Tristan, a better cast is hardly imaginable today"
Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung...
Delius, Sir Charles Mackerras: A Village Romeo And Juliet
- Manz - Barry Mora Played By Leopold Hauerl
- Marti - Stafford Dean Played By Pavel Mikulik
- Vreli (Vrenchen) - Helen Field Played By Dana Moravkova
- Sali - Arthur Davies
- The Dark Fiddler - Thomas Hampson
- Vreli As A Child - Pamela Mildenhall Played By Katerina Svobodova...
Humperdinck: Hansel Und Gretel
"Laurent Peily's poetic, witty and imaginative modernising of Hansel und Gretel gives fresh vitality to Humperdinck's adorable masterpiece"
The most popular of all fairy-tale operas receives its first ever Glyndebourne production as celebrated French director Laurent Pelly takes us on a bewitching journey from the children's cardboard-box home to the eye-popping temptations of a very modem "house of treats".
Opera In Three Acts
- Hansel - Jennifer Holloway
- Gretel - Adriana Kucerova
- Mother - Irmgard Vilsmaier
- Father - Klaus Kuttler
- Witch - Wolfgang Ablinger-Sperrhacke
- Sandman - Amy Freston
- Dew Fairy - Maim Christensson...