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Ph. Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano
From 18 June to 7 July 2019
Giuseppe Verdi

Running Time: 2 hours 45 minutes intermission included

Teatro alla Scala Chorus and Orchestra

Teatro alla Scala New Production 


The Premiere on 18 June will be live brodcast on RAI-Radio3 in Italy and Romania. A pre-recorded broadcast will be available on Euroradio in Danmark (13/07/2019), Portugal (27/07/2019), Korea, Sweden and Poland.


FIRST ACT 45 minutes / Pause 3 minutes / SECOND ACT 32 minutes / Intermission 30 minutes / THIRD ACT 26 minutes / Pause 3 minutes / FOURTH ACT 26 minutes

Conductor Michele Mariotti
Staging David McVicar
Sets Charles Edwards
Costumes Brigitte Reiffenstuel
Choreographic movements Jo Meredith
Lights Adam Silverman



Michele Pertusi


Fabio Sartori

Francesco Massimo Cavalletti
Amalia Lisette Oropesa
Moser Alessandro Spina
Arminio Francesco Pittari
Rolla Matteo Desole




The exploration of Verdi’s early operas continues with a new production of I masnadieri (composed in 1847 on Andrea Maffei’s libretto from Schiller’s drama Die Räuber for a London audience), to be staged at La Scala by David McVicar, one of the world’s most prestigious directors, who returns to the theatre after his successful co-production of Les Troyens with Covent Garden in 2014. Fresh from the success of Gluck’s Orphée et Eurydice in 2018, not to mention a string of acclaimed Verdi productions and a densely packed international calendar, Michele Mariotti takes the podium.