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Attila

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  • 211  Ildar Abdrazakov
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  • Chailly Intervista sito
  • Livermore Intervista
  • Intervista a Ildar e Saioa
  • Teaser Attila
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  • 036 K61A7282 Chailly Riccardo 2017
  • CUT David Livermore ph Brescia e Amisano © Teatro alla Scala  644738BADG
  • Ildar Abdrazakov ph Brescia e Amisano 638606BADG
  • Saioa Hernandez ph Lourdes Balduque Gallery
  • Fabio Sartori photo1 Victor Santiago
  • Francesco Pittari
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From 11 December 2018 to 8 January 2019
Giuseppe Verdi

Running Time: 2 hours 20 minutes intermission included

Teatro alla Scala Chorus and Orchestra

Treble Voice Chorus of the Teatro alla Scala Academy

Teatro alla Scala New Production

 

FIRST PART 73 minutes / Intermission 35 minutes / SECOND PART 47 minutes

 

Conductor Riccardo Chailly
Staging Davide Livermore
Sets Giò Forma
Costumes Gianluca Falaschi
Lights Antonio Castro
Video D-wok

CAST

Attila Ildar Abdrazakov
Odabella Saioa Hernández
Ezio George Petean
Foresto Fabio Sartori
Uldino Francesco Pittari
Leone Gianluca Buratto

 

NOTES ON THE PERFORMANCE
 

First staged at the Teatro La Fenice in 1846, Verdi’s ninth opera, Attila, returns to the stage of La Scala on December 7th. Following the inauguration of the 2015-2016 Season with Giovanna d’Arco and in anticipation of Macbeth, with Attila Musical Director Riccardo Chailly continues his study of Verdi’s early works, renewing a successful collaboration with creative director Davide Livermore that began with his acclaimed production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale for La Scala. In this complex opera Verdi experiments with fresh perspectives, featuring spectacular historical settings, introspective angles and moral uncertainties. Attila demands of its performers not only passion and confidence, but also the ability to find subtle accents and psychological nuances.