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OKSANA LYNIV TO BECOME MUSIC DIRECTOR OF THE TEATRO COMUNALE DI BOLOGNA

She was the first female conductor to perform in the Wagnerian temple of Bayreuth, and she is now the first woman at the head of an Italian Opera and Symphony Foundation. Oksana Lyniv has been nominated Music Director of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna, and her three-year engagement beginning in January 2022 includes at least two operas and two concerts for season. In Bologna, with the Orchestra del Comunale, Lyniv made her Italian debut last March...

MICHELE MARIOTTI TO MAKE HIS DEBUT AT VIENNA’S STAATSOPER WITH IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA

The new production of Gioachino Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia, on stage from 28 September to 14 October 2021, is marking the debut of Orchestra conductor Michele Mariotti on the podium of the Wiener Staatsoper. Mariotti, who was initially supposed to make his debut at the Vienna State Opera in 2020 by conducting a revival of Guillaume Tell, followed by a new production of Ballo in Maschera – both cancelled due to the health emergency – is about to...

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MICHIELETTO BRINGS NOSTALGIA ON STAGE WITH HIS PRODUCTION OF DER ROSENKAVALIER IN VILNIUS

A new production of Richard Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier (The Knight of the Rose), staged by Damiano Michieletto, is about to open in Vilnius. Initially scheduled for the Spring of 2020 at the Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels – which is co-producing the show with the Teatro Comunale di Bologna and the Lithuanian National Opera – it was then cancelled due to the pandemic. The premiere is scheduled on Friday 3 September at 6.30 pm at Vilnius Opera House....

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MICHIELETTO BRINGS NOSTALGIA ON STAGE WITH HIS PRODUCTION OF DER ROSENKAVALIER IN VILNIUS

A new production of Richard Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier (The Knight of the Rose), staged by Damiano Michieletto, is about to open in Vilnius. Initially scheduled for the Spring of 2020 at the Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels – which is co-producing the show with the Teatro Comunale di Bologna and the Lithuanian National Opera – it was then cancelled due to the pandemic. The premiere is scheduled on Friday 3 September at Vilnius Opera House. Sesto Quatrini, the...

MARIOTTI APPOINTED MUSICAL DIRECTOR OF THE TEATRO DELL’OPERA DI ROMA

Michele Mariotti has been appointed Musical Director of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma. The assignment, lasting four years, will be assumed by the conductor starting from 1 November 2022 and will involve the direction of at least three opera titles for each season.   «We have all changed. This strange and dramatic period that the pandemic has brought on us has deeply changed both our individual habits and our shared community. I welcome the chance to be...

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A SPANISH TOUR FOR DANIELE GATTI AND THE MAHLER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Maestro Daniele Gatti is back on the podium of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra for a Spanish concert tour dedicated to Robert Schumann’s Symphonies. Gatti has been Artistic Advisor of the European “nomad” ensemble created in 1997 by Claudio Abbado since 2016 and all the concerts will be held with live audience, in line with the Spanish rules for the control of the pandemic.   The first event is scheduled on Sunday 11 April at 7pm in the...

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A DOUBLE STREAMING, FROM DRESDEN AND PARIS, FOR DANIELE GATTI

Two great European orchestras like the Sächsische Staatskapelle of Dresden and the Orchestre National de France for a double streaming featuring Daniele Gatti. Two simultaneous events are scheduled on Friday 12 March at 8pm, on MDR Klassik and on France Musique, both recorded by the Italian conductor over the last few days in Dresden and in Paris. From the Semperoper of the German city, leading one of the world’s oldest orchestras, founded in 1545, Daniele Gatti is presenting two of Robert Schumann’s works: the...

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DANIELE GATTI TO CONDUCT THE BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER AT BERLIN’S PHILHARMONIE

Italian orchestra conductor Daniele Gatti will be back on the podium of the Berliner Philharmoniker for a concert dedicated to two great Russian composers: Stravinsky and Shostakovich. The concert will play at Berlin’s Philharmonie Saturday 23 January at 7pm and live streamed from the Digital Concert Hall of the Berliner Philharmoniker (https://www.digitalconcerthall.com/en/concert/53138?a=bph_webseite&c=true). Daniele Gatti, Musical Director of the Opera di Roma and of the Mozart Orchestra, as well as Artistic Advisor of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra,...

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DANIELE GATTI TO CONDUCT THE BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER AT BERLIN’S PHILHARMONIE

Italian orchestra conductor Daniele Gatti will be back on the podium of the Berliner Philharmoniker for a concert dedicated to two great Russian composers: Stravinsky and Shostakovich. The concert will play at Berlin’s Philharmonie for three nights: Thursday 21, Friday 22, and Saturday 23 January 2021. Should the German theatres not be allowed to have physical audiences in the halls due to the public health emergency, the concert will be held behind closed doors on...

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MICHELE MARIOTTI TO CONDUCT VERDI’S FALSTAFF FOR THE FIRST TIME AT MUNICH’S BAYERISCHE STAATSOPER

«Being creative and finding new ideas to come on stage and keep music and theatre alive, obviously with a great sense of responsibility and full compliance with social distancing rules». These are the words of orchestra conductor Michele Mariotti, who is now working at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich where he will be conducting Giuseppe Verdi’s Falstaff for the first time. The show, that will take place without an audience, will be live-streamed through the theatre’s online TV channel (Staatsoper.TV) and will be freely...