Le nozze di Figaro
|3 hours 40 minutes intermission included|
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Opera buffa in quattro atti
Libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte
Teatro alla Scala Production
Teatro alla Scala Orchestra and Chorus
Students of the Ballet School of the Teatro alla Scala Academy
|Performance in Live Streaming|
On LaScalaTv, 17 October from 19:15 CET
|revived by||MARINA BIANCHI|
|Count Almaviva||Ildebrando D’Arcangelo|
|Countess Almaviva||Olga Bezsmertna / Elsa Dreisig (13 October)|
|Don Bartolo||Andrea Concetti|
|Don Basilio||Matteo Falcier|
|Don Curzio||Paolo Antonio Nevi|
|Antonio||Lodovico Filippo Ravizza|
|Two female peasants||Silvia Spruzzola, Romina Tomasoni|
Prominent among the operas that have helped make the La Scala legend is certainly Giorgio Strehler’s 1981 production of Le nozze di Figaro, with scenery by Ezio Frigerio, costumes by Franca Squarciapino, and Riccardo Muti leading the orchestra. Strehler reprised a project envisaged for Paris, adapting it to the La Scala stage and creating a masterwork of elegance, proportions, and narrative clarity. For the return of this classic, La Scala has called Andrés Orozco-Estrada to the podium and assembled a cast pairing consummate artists with young talents: Luca Micheletti and Ildebrando D’Arcangelo as Figaro and Conte, Olga Beszmertna and Benedetta Torre as Susanna.
The performance of 17 October will be live streamed on LaScalaTv. The shots may incidentally frame the audience (in whole or in part).
The performances of 4 and 10 October will be audio-visually recorded. The shots may incidentally frame the audience (in whole or in part). For more information on the processing of audience personal data, click here.
After the live, the show will be available on demand until 24 October 2023.