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Le Nozze di Figaro
Tickets for The Marriage of Figaro at Teatro alla Scala in Milan 2023 The drama Le Nozze di Figaro gets back to La Scala. The 1981 creation of The
Tickets for The Marriage of Figaro at Teatro alla Scala in Milan 2023
The drama Le Nozze di Figaro gets back to La Scala. The 1981 creation of The Marriage of Figaro, coordinated by Giorgio Strehler, is one of the unbelievable exhibitions at La Scala. In this year you will encounter huge names and youthful specialists together in front of an audience.
Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro) is an interesting show by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The show in 4 demonstrations was first acted in Vienna in 1786.
Le nozze di Figaro was the first of three works of art by Ludwig Amadeus Mozart in a joint effort with Lorenzo Da Ponte.
The drama The Marriage of Figaro in four demonstrations made its presentation on May 1, 1786 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. The story depends on the story The Marriage of Figaro Beaumarchais from 1778. Mozart works really hard of portraying the circumstances and characters in his setting.
Currently in the suggestion, the watcher ends up in the center of the insane day of Figaro and his mates. Mozart’s strong music guides us through a plot of masks, broken commitments, stunts and surprising turns, tormented love and dread. The show closes cheerfully as one. Don’t miss this opportunity and book your tickets on our website.
Count Almaviva • Ildebrando D’Arcangelo
Countess Almaviva • Olga Bezsmertna
Susanna • Benedetta Torre
Figaro • Luca Micheletti
Cherubino • Svetlina Stoyanova
Marcellina • Anna-Doris Capitelli
Don Bartolo • Andrea Concetti
Don Basilio • Matteo Falcier
Don Curzio • Paolo Nevi
Barbarina • Caterina Sala
Running Time: 3 hours 40 minutes intermission included
Opera buffa in quattro atti
Libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte
Teatro alla Scala Production
Teatro alla Scala Orchestra and Chorus
Students of the Ballet School of the Teatro alla Scala Academy
Conductor • Andrés Orozco-Estrada
Staging • Giorgio Strehler
revived by Marina Bianchi
Sets • Ezio Frigerio
Costumes • Franca Squarciapino
Lights • Marco Filibeck
Choreography • Frédéric Olivieri
The Marriage of Figaro (Italian: Le nozze di Figaro is a commedia per musica (drama buffa) in four demonstrations made in 1786 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with an Italian lyrics composed by Lorenzo Da Ponte. It debuted at the Burgtheater in Vienna on 1 May 1786. The show’s lyrics depends on the 1784 phase parody by Pierre Beaumarchais, La folle journée, ou le Mariage de Figaro (“The Distraught Day, or The Marriage of Figaro”). It tells how the workers Figaro and Susanna prevail with regards to getting hitched, thwarting the endeavors of their philandering business Count Almaviva to lure Susanna and show him a thing or two in loyalty.
Considered one of the best shows ever written, it is a foundation of the collection and shows up reliably among the main ten in the Operabase rundown of most often performed operas. In 2017, BBC News Magazine requested that 172 drama vocalists vote in favor of the best shows at any point composed. The Marriage of Figaro came in at No. 1 out of the 20 dramas included, with the magazine portraying the work as being “one of the preeminent show-stoppers of operatic parody, whose rich feeling of humankind sparkles out of Mozart’s extraordinary score”.
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