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Barcellona: Olivier Awards 2018

The mezzosoprano Daniela Barcellona won the Olivier Award, the most important English award for the theatre. The award ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Sunday April 8. The Award was awarded along with the American Mezzosoprano Joyce DiDonato in the category "Outstanding achievement in opera" for their interpretation in Rossini's Semiramide, performed at the Royal Opera House in London with the conduction of Sir Antonio Pappano and directed by David...

Gatti: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

On April 12th and 13th, Daniele Gatti will be leading the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam for a concert entitled "War and peace". The program consists of the first world execution of Eiréné  by Guillaume Connesson, Doodenmarsch by Henriëtte Bosmans, Funeral Concert by Karl Amadeus Hartmann (Leonidas Kavakos, violin), Recitation about the attack on the Amsterdam Population Register in 1943 by Carly Knowledge (12.04) and Symphony No. 3 "Symphony Liturgique" by Arthur Honegger.   > Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra...

Remigio: “Pagliacci”

After the success of her debut in the role of Elcìa in Rossini's masterpiece Mosè in Egitto at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Carmela Remigio will be for the first time Nedda in Ruggero Leoncavallo's Pagliacci at the Teatro dell'Opera in Rome, on stage since April 5th to 15th.   > Teatro dell'Opera...

Maestri: “Don Pasquale”

Ambrogio Maestri returns on the stage of the Teatro alla Scala to play Don Pasquale in the Gaetano Donizetti's opera. On the podium Riccardo Chailly, the direction is by David Livermore. The opera will run from April 3rd to May 4th.     > Teatro alla Scala...

Mariotti: Orchestra and Choir of TCBO

Michele Mariotti will lead the Teatro Comunale of Bologna's Orchestra and Choir on Stabat Mater by Antonín Dvořák in the Basilica of San Petronio, the main church of the city in Piazza Maggiore, on March 28th at 20.30. The concert features the voices of the soprano Charlotte-Anne Shipley, of mezzosoprano Enkelejda Shkoza, tenor Antonio Poli and bass Luiz-Ottavio Faria.   > Teatro Comunale di Bologna...

Mariotti: Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin

Next March the 25th Michele Mariotti returns in Berlin for a simphony concert on the Deutschen Oper Orchestra's podium. The program features Glinka's Ouverture from Ruslan and Lyudmila, soloist Martin Wagemann; Šostakovič's Piano Concert No 1 op. 35, soloist Denis Kozhuking; Čajkovskij's Symphony No 4 op. 36. > Deutsche Oper Berlin...

Barcellona: “Falstaff”

From March 25th to April 1st Daniela Barcellona will embody once more the role of Mrs. Quickly in Falstaff at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin. Daniel Barenboim will conduct the last Verdi’s masterpiece for the first time. The new staging is by Mario Martone.   > Staatsoper Unter den Linden...

Peretyatko, Salsi, Abbado: “Lucia di Lammermoor”

From March 22 through May 10, Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor returns to the Metropolitan Opera House of New York starring Olga Peretyatko as the title character and Luca Salsi as Lord Enrico Asthon.   Roberto Abbado conducts all performances of the revival of Mary Zimmerman's 2007 production, wich suggests a 19th-century setting.   > Metropolitan Opera...

Gatti: Filarmonica della Scala

Daniele Gatti returns on the podium of the Filarmonica della Scala with a program that includes the Suite from Nobilissima visione by Paul Hindemith and the Sinfonia n. 4 by Anton Bruckner on March the 19th.   Info > Filarmonica della Scala...

Remigio: “Mosè in Egitto”

New debut in a Rossini's role - in the 150th anniversary of the death of the composer - for the soprano Carmela Remigio, who will be for the first time Elcìa in the opera Mosè in Egitto, at the Teatro San Carlo of Naples from March the 15th. After Two hundred years from the premiere at the Teatro San Carlo on March the 5th in 1818, Rossini's masterpiece returned to Naples with the direction of David Poutney...