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Teatro Real, Madrid: Rigoletto

Having just interpreted the same role at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Olga Peretyatko sings Gilda in Rigoletto at Teatro Real in Madrid. Premiere on November 30th. Nicola Luisotti will be conducting Stage production by David McVicar Performances until December 26th 2015   www.teatro-real.com...

Teatro Real, Madrid: Rigoletto

Following the success of his Nabucco at the Gran Teatre du Liceu, Luca Salsi makes his debut at Teatro Real in Madrid, again as  Rigoletto. Stage production by David McVicar. Nicola Luisotti will be conducting   Performances December 2, 5, 8, 11, 16, 20, 27, 2015   www.teatro-real.com...

Teatro Donizetti, Bergamo: Due donne che ballano

Italian premiere of "Due donne che ballano", tonight at Teatro Sociale in Bergamo (9 pm). A new production by Centro d'Arte Contemporanea Teatro Carcano. Teatro Donizetti's project "Altri percorsi" On a text by Josep Maria Benet i Jornet Stage production: Veronica Cruciani With Maria Paiato and Arianna Scommegna Second and last performance tomorrow at 9 pm. www.teatrodonizetti.it...

Teatro Comunale di Bologna: Brahms & Beethoven

Following Richard Strauss' Elektra, Lothar Zagrosek returns to conduct the Comunale di Bologna Orchestra on Thursday 26th November with a programme focused on two major German composers: Brahms and Beethoven. In the first part, pianist Alexander Romanovsky will be interpreting the Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major Op. 83 by Johannes Brahms. In the second, the overture from Fidelio and the oratorio Christus am Ölberge op. 85 by Ludwig van Beethoven will be performed along with the Teatro Comunale Chorus, soprano Patrizia Biccirè, tenor Daniel Kirch and bass...

Paolo Fanale: Bayerische Staatsoper

Following Die Zauberfloete at Teatro Massimo in Palermo and the Gala at the Dutch National Opera, Paolo Fanale returns on the stage of the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich as Ferrando in Mozart's masterpiece Così fan tutte.   Performances 20 - 22 -24 November.   www.staatsoper.de  ...

Michele Mariotti: Opera di Firenze – Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

Michele Mariotti leads the Orchestra of Maggio Musicale Fiorentino on Friday 13th November at 8 PM, in a concert dedicated to Schubert’s and Fauré’s music. «I’m coming back to Florence after five years – says Michele Mariotti – with a composer such as Franz Schubert, who has always held a fundamental role in my career. I’m conducting ‘The Great’, a symphony where I can already find anticipations to those poignant, deep and bittersweet Mahlerian atmospheres that...

Royal Opera House Muscat: Don Quixote

Following Turandot’s success, the Season of the Royal Opera House Muscat continues with Don Quixote, a ballet classic from Miguel de Cervantes’ celebrated novel. The Cuban National Ballet will perform on the ROHM stage on 29th, 30th and 31st of October. Coreography: Alicia Alonso. Giovanni Duarte will be conducting the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra....

Michele Mariotti: Teatro Manzoni di Bologna

Following his concerts in Turin and Bergamo, Michele Mariotti is returning with “his” orchestra to the Teatro Manzoni in Bologna on Thursday 5 November (at 8.30pm) with a debut program focusing on two essential and celebrated works from the German repertoire. During the first part of the concert he will interpret, together with pianist Roberto Cominati, Johannes Brahms’ Concerto No. 1 in D minor Op. 15; while during the second part he will conduct Ludwig...

TEATRO COMUNALE DI BOLOGNA: ELEKTRA

Beginning on 15 November, Richard Strauss will once again be protagonist on the stage of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna with his Elektra.   It’s the Freudian representation on a female character who dies in the delirium of a Dionysian dance. Strauss’ masterpiece is the culmination of the composer’s expressionist period, where harmonic paroxysm and extreme chromaticism reach a sort of point of no return.   Set around the 1940s, an ideal period to give Sophocles’ immortal themes a tragic resonance through grey...