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Tickets for La Dama di Picche at Teatro alla Scala in Milan 2022 In 19th-century Russia, an officer went crazy
Tickets for La Dama di Picche at Teatro alla Scala in Milan 2022
In 19th-century Russia, an officer went crazy because of love and was finally blinded by ambition. Hermann confessed to his friend Count Tomsky that he was madly in love with a mysterious young woman, he did not even know her name, although he thought this lady was not suitable for him because he belonged to another society Class and Tsarist Russia believe that alliances are unthinkable. When Herman saw the young Lisa with her grandmother, the old countess known as the “Queen of Spades”, Herman understood that to win the right to pursue her, he must become rich from her. . He thinks the best way is to discover the secrets of the three lucky cards, which will make him a powerful character and allow him to attract Lisa. The countess kept this secret, and if she confessed to him, she would die. Herman, who was fascinated by this story, vowed to get Lisa’s love. Gradually, worship turned into greed.
The three-act opera soundtrack was composed of the Russian composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky and the composer’s brother Modest Ilyich Tchaikovs A script based on the poem of the same name by Alexander Pushkin (1833).
Now, Valery Gergiev is back with a baton and Najmiddin Mavlyanov new cast. Don’t miss this opportunity and buy your tickets on our website.
Herman – Najmiddin Mavlyanov
Count Tomskij – Roman Burdenko
Prince Yeletsky – Alexey Markov
Chekalinsky – Yevgeny Akimov
Countess – Olga Borodina
Liza – Asmik Grigorian & Elena Guseva (8, 15 mar.)
Polina – Elena Maximova
Conductor – Valery Gergiev
Staging – Matthias Hartman
Sets – Volker Hintermeier
Costumes- Malte Lübben
Lights – Mathias Märker
Choreography – Michael Küster
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