La Traviata - Teatro alla Scala 2013-2014 - La Traviata - Teatro alla Scala 2013-2014

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La traviata at La Scala: a classic that always “makes our wrists and veins shake”. As is well known, the part of Violetta, requires a single soprano to have a variety of voices and souls. The German Diana Damrau, the most famous contemporary Violetta, has dramatic intuition, presence, backbone and the “voices” for a character that is alive and sorrowful until her final breath: the blogosphere has been full of talk concerning her recent performance in La Traviata at the Met. Alongside her, Piotr Beczala who returns to La Scala after last Season’s highly successful performance as Rodolfo in La bohème, and the great Verdi baritone Željko Lučić. Daniele Gatti has also shown his own enviable Verdi acumen throughout the world, in terms of his strength and lyricism. There is also eager anticipation for the debut at a La Scala Premiere of Russian director Dmitri Tcherniakov. His previous work at La Scala was a commendable Prokofiev’s The Gambler and an inspired Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, which took place entirely around a family table. The Germont family…

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Schedule

December 07, 2013 18:00:00

December 12, 2013 20:00:00

December 15, 2013 20:00:00

December 18, 2013 20:00:00

December 22, 2013 15:00:00

December 28, 2013 20:00:00

December 31, 2013 18:00:00

January 03, 2014 20:00:00

Casting

Dmitri Tcherniakov

Daniele Gatti

Diana Damrau

Piotr Beczała

Giuseppina Piunti

Roberto Accurso

Željko Lučić

Mara Zampieri

Antonio Corianò

Andrea Porta

Andrea Mastroni

Nicola Pamio

Ernesto Panariello

Ernesto Petti

Work's characters list

Director

Conductor

Violetta Valéry

Alfredo Germont

Flora Bervoix

Baron Douphol

Giorgio Germont

Annina

Gaston

Marquis d'Obigny

Dr. Grenvil

Giuseppe, serviteur de Violetta

Commissionario

Domestico

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