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Tickets for the Macbeth Opera at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan 2023 * We are sorry to announce that a strike was declired for Wednesday 21 June, hindering the
Tickets for the Macbeth Opera at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan 2023
* We are sorry to announce that a strike was declired for Wednesday 21 June, hindering the performance of Macbeth on that night.
Music director Giampaolo Bisanti and Macbeth jointly completed the match against Giuseppe Verdi after Giovanna d’Arco and Attila. A series of interpretations of “Youth Trilogy”. Macbeth will be performed by director Davide Livermore. This is his fourth inaugural performance. Giò Forma’s stage designer, Gianluca Falaschi’s costumes and huge cast: Anna Netrebko as Lady Macbeth, affirming her special relationship with our theater, Luca Salsi as Macbeth, Fabio Sartori played Macduff and Jongmin Park played Banco. Don’t miss this opportunity and book your tickets on our website.
Macbeth • Luca Salsi (17, 26 June) / Amartuvshin Enkhbat (29 June and 4, 8 July)
Banco • Jongmin Park
Lady Macbeth • Ekaterina Semenchuk (17 June) / Anna Netrebko (26. 29 June and 4, 8 July)
Macduff • Fabio Sartori (17 June and 8 July) / Giorgio Berrugi (26, 29 June and 4 July)
Malcolm • Jinxu Xiahou
Doctor • Andrea Pellegrini
Servant • Leonardo Galeazzi
Avaldo / 1st appearance • Costantino Finucci
3 hours 14 minutes intermission included
Opera in four acts
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave and Andrea Maffei
Teatro alla Scala Production
Teatro alla Scala Orchestra and Chorus
Conductor • Giampaolo Bisanti
Staging • Davide Livermore
Sets • Giò Forma
Costumes • Gianluca Falaschi
Lights • Antonio Castro
Choreography • Daniel Ezralow
Video • D-Wok
Macbeth is a four-act opera by Giuseppe Verdi, the Italian script is written by Francesco Maria Piave, Andrea Maffey is based on William Shakespeare’s play of the same name. This is Verdi’s tenth opera, premiered on March 14, 1847. This is the first Shakespeare play adapted by Verdi for the opera stage. Nearly 20 years later, “Macbeth” was revised and expanded in the French version, and was published in Paris on April 19, 1865.
After Attila’s success in 1846, Macbeth achieved great success between 1851 and 1853 (jester, travelogue, and La Traviata), which made him famous. As a source of information, Shakespeare’s plays provided Verdi with lifelong inspiration: some of them, such as adaptations from “King Lear” (such as “King Lear”) have never been realized, but he used Othello (1887) and “The Merry Wife” wrote his last two operas, Windsor, as the basis for Falstaff (1893).
Teatro alla Scala
Via Filodrammatici 2, 20121 Milan MI, Italy