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From 26 October to 27 November 2016
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Teatro alla Scala Chorus and Orchestra
New Teatro alla Scala Production


On 26 October the Premiere will be broadcast live on RAI Radio3 while the 2 November performance will be broadcast live on television on RAI 5 and in cinemas (further information on www.all-opera.com). 

Running Time: 3 hours 45 minutes intermissions included



Franz Welser-Möst

Michele Gamba (19 Nov.)

Staging Frederic Wake-Walker
Sets and costumes Antony McDonald
Lights Fabiana Piccioli


Il Conte

Carlos Àlvarez (26, 29 Oct; 2, 5 Nov.)

Simon Keenlyside (8, 10, 16, 19, 24, 27 Nov.)

La Contessa

Diana Damrau

Eleonora Buratto (19 Nov.)

Julia Kleiter (24 Nov.)

Figaro Markus Werba
Susanna     Golda Schultz
Cherubino Marianne Crebassa
Bartolo/Antonio Andrea Concetti
Don Basilio/ Don Curzio Kresimir Spicer
Barbarina Theresa Zisser*

Francesca Manzo*

Kristin Sveinsdottir*


*Student of Accademia Teatro alla Scala


Due to an illness Diana Damrau has had to withdraw from the performance of The marriage of Figaro on 24 November. 
We are grateful to Julia Kleiter who will sing as the Countess.

23 November 2016



For the 225th anniversary of Mozart’s death La Scala Theatre presents a new production of Le nozze di Figaro that will be entrusted to an extraordinary director who is only in his early 30s': Frederic Wake-Walker, author of a production of La finta giardiniera which was the revelation of the Glyndebourne Festival in 2014. The sets are the work of Antony McDonald. The musical part is entrusted to the one of the finest Mozart conductors of our times, Franz Welser-Moest, who will be appearing for the first time during an important new production at La Scala, while the main parts are played by Diana Damrau (Countess), Marianne Crebassa (Cherubino), Golda Schultz (Susanna) and Markus Werba (Figaro). Carlos Álvarez and Simon Keenlyside will alternate in the role of the Conte.