Teatro alla Scala Chorus and Orchestra
Students of the Academy's Ballet School
New Teatro alla Scala Production
Running Time: 2 hours 25 minutes intermission included
Michele Mariotti (25 Feb. , 1, 4, 9, 12, 15, 18, 22 Mar)
Michele Gamba ( 25 Mar)
|Staging and sets||Alvis Hermanis|
Plácido Domingo (25 Feb.; 1, 4, 9, 12 Mar.)
Luca Salsi (15, 18, 22, 25 Mar.)
|Jacopo Foscari||Francesco Meli|
|Lucrezia Contarini||Anna Pirozzi|
|Jacopo Loredano||Andrea Concetti|
|Foot soldier||Azer Rza-Zade*|
Till Von Orlowsky* (25 Feb.; 9, 12, 15, 18, 22, 25 Mar.)
Modestas Sedlevičius* ( 1, 4 Mar.)
The opera will be broadcast on 25 February on Servus TV at 8:15pm, on Classica Italia at 8:30pm, on Classica International at 9pm.
After Simon Boccanegra, Plácido Domingo faces another major paternal role, with which he has already enjoyed great success in London. This new production sees the return to La Scala of director Alvis Hermanis that the Milanese audience has already had the opportunity to appreciate for his staging of Die Soldaten. Hermanis has already been to Venice to explore in more depth the story of the Foscari family. The musical part is entrusted to one of the finest Italian conductors, Michele Mariotti, and a vocal cast that includes, alongside Domingo, Francesco Meli, one of today’s most interesting tenors who will be on his second title of the Season, and the young soprano Anna Pirozzi, who came to international attention with a replacement in the Nabucco conducted by Riccardo Muti in Salzburg. With the La Scala debut of this young singer, the precise will is that of promoting new Italian voices, which is also confirmed by the presence of the baritone Luca Salsi, the new star of the Metropolitan, who will alternate with Domingo in some performances.
at 8pm Series E
at 8pm Series A
at 8pm Series C
at 8pm Series D
at 8pm Series B
at 8pm Series M Mini Subs.
at 8pm Series O Mini Subs.
at 8pm La Scala UNDER30 G
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