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Don Pasquale

  • 028 K61A2483 Ambrogio Maestri
  • Cattura
  • 054 K65A3049 Ambrogio Maestri e Mattia Olivieri
  • 062 K61A2995 Rosa Feola e Rene Barbera
  • 089 K65A3878 Rosa Feola
  • 106 K65A3944 Rosa Feola
  • 111 K65A3975 Rosa Feola e Mattia Olivieri
  • 118 K65A4013 Don Pasquale una scena
  • 150 K65A4128 Feola Maestri Olivieri
  • 223 K65A4454 Feola e Maestri
  • 277 K61A3844 Rosa Feola
  • Riccardo Chailly ph Brescia e Amisano 621837BADG
  • Ambrogio Maestri photo1 DarioAcosta
  • Rosa Feola © Todd Rosenberg 2
  • Barbera5 cut
  • Olivieri
  • Davide Livermore gerhyr
Ph. Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano
From 3 April to 4 May 2018
Gaetano Donizetti

Teatro alla Scala Chorus and Orchestra
New Teatro alla Scala Production

Running Time: 2 hours 35 minutes intermission included

 

FIRST ACT: 43 MINUTES / Pause: 5 minutes / SECOND ACT: 37 minutes / Intermission: 25 minutes / THIRD ACT: 45 minutes

 

The Premiere on 3 April will be live broadcast on RAI-Radio 3. The performance on 19 April will be live broadcast on RAI 5 TV and at the cinema.

Conductor  Riccardo Chailly
Staging Davide Livermore
Sets Davide Livermore e Giò Forma
Costumes Gianluca Falaschi
Lights Nicolas Bovey
Video Video design D-wok

CAST

Don Pasquale

Ambrogio Maestri

Norina Rosa Feola
Ernesto René Barbera
Malatesta Mattia Olivieri
Un Notaro Andrea Porta

NOTES ON THE PERFORMANCE

 

Following a season opening production in the tradition of Verismo, Musical Director Riccardo Chailly continues his journey through the Italian repertoire. After last year’s La gazza ladra by Rossini, it’s the turn of Donizetti’s first work: Don Pasquale returns to La Scala in a new production signed by Davide Livermore. Thus the Theatre keeps on its course of promoting Italy’s greatest directors by giving space to an innovative, yet always respectful, reinterpretation of musical values. Led by the charismatic protagonist Ambrogio Maestri, the production stars the best voices of the new Belcanto generation: Rosa Feola, who also featured as prominent characters in La gazza ladra, René Barbera and Mattia Olivieri.