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IL CAPPELLO DI PAGLIA DI FIRENZE

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Il cappello di paglia di Firenze

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Opera

Il cappello di paglia di Firenze

Nino Rota
From 4 to 18 September 2024

Opera in four acts and five scenes

Libretto by Ernesta and Nino Rota from Eugène Labiche and Marc Michel

Lyric Opera Soloists of the Teatro alla Scala Academy

Teatro alla Scala Academy Orchestra

Teatro alla Scala New Production

ConductorDONATO RENZETTI
StagingMARIO ACAMPA
SetsRICCARDO SGARAMELLA
CostumesCHIARA AMALTEA CIARELLI
ChoreographyANNA OLKHOVAYA
LightsANDREA GIRETTI

Cast

Fadinard Andrea Tanzillo , Pierluigi D'Aloia*
Nonancourt Huanhong Li*, Xhieldo Hyseni*
La baronessa di Champigny Marcela Rahal
Elena María Martín Campos*, Laura Lolita Perešivana*
Beaupertuis Vito Priante, Chao Liu*
Anaide Greta Doveri*
Emilio/ Un caporale delle guardie William Allione*, Wonjun Jo*
Lo zio Vezinet Paolo Nevi
Una modista Fan Zhou
Felice Haiyang Guo*
Achille di Rosalba, bellimbusto/ una guardia Sun Tianxuefei
Minardi, violinista Daniel Bossi**

* Students of Accademia Teatro alla Scala

** Student of Accademia Teatro alla Scala Orchestra

In brief

Each year one of the productions of the Theatre programme is entrusted to the students of the La Scala Academy. In 2024 their project will be Il cappello di paglia di Firenze, an opera composed by Nino Rota in 1945 (but not performed for another ten years) with a libretto written in tandem with his mother. It is a light, enchanting comedy, which was staged at La Scala in 1998 by Bruno Campanella and Pier Luigi Pizzi, now in a new production by effervescent director Mario Acampa, who also directs the shows for children and teenagers in the “Great Operas for Children” cycle. On the podium is Donato Renzetti, an expert guide for budding talents.