Bryn Terfel recounts Falstaff


At the height of the Year Verdi (which we commemorate in 2013 the bicentenary of the birth), in February, the Scala presented Falstaff in a production by Robert Carsen and including Bryn Terfel in the title role . We took the opportunity to meet the Welsh bass-baritone who gives us his vision of the role and work (funny and full of life, revealing the young composer who was then eighty years), but also shares working methods, leaving ample room for immediate emotion and improvisation.
Known for his powerful voice and his generosity, his stage presence and his unabashed commitment, the Welsh baritone (which claims to be a "farmer's son" fell in the opera) argues for a design entertaining, exciting, smiling opera which takes the audience away from the image of austerity that sometimes opera brings.

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