Running Time: 2 hours 50 minutes intermission included
Teatro alla Scala Chorus and Orchestra
New Teatro alla Scala production
|Collaborator of the stage director||Boris Stetka|
|Sets and lights||Gianni Carluccio|
|Revived by||Angelo Linzalata|
|Costumes||Francesca Livia Sartori|
|Le petite Yniold||Caterina Sala|
|Un médecin/Berger||Vladimir Sazdovski|
NOTES ON THE PERFORMANCE
Claude Debussy’s masterpiece, associated at La Scala with the memory of the antithetical readings of Claudio Abbado and Georges Prêtre, who conducted its last performance in 2005, marks the return to the Piermarini stage of Daniele Gatti after the success of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg in 2017. The Milanese conductor thus adds an important new piece to his La Scala repertoire, which ranges from Rossini to Verdi, Wagner and Berg. Originally staged in Florence at Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the production by Daniele Abbado with sets by Gianni Carluccio features an evocative, abstract structure reflecting the score’s imaginative symbolism. On stage we find an outstanding cast with strong singing and acting skills, including the highly sensitive Patricia Petibon alongside Bernard Richter and Markus Werba.
at 8:00pm Series Opera Premiere
at 8:00pm Series M Mini Subs.
at 8:00pm ScalAperta 50%
at 8:00pm Series O Mini Subs.
at 8:00pm Series N Week-end Subs.
at 8:00pm Series G
at 8:00pm Not in subscription