Lucio Silla - Teatro alla Scala (2015) - Lucio Silla - Teatro alla Scala (2015)

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New production, in coproduction with Mozarteum Foundation and Salzburg Festival

This dramatic opera is associated with one of Mozart’s sojourns in Milan. The Austrian genius was sixteen when he composed this jewel of bel canto dedicated to the general and dictator of Ancient Rome: Lucio Silla made its debut on 26 December 1772, when he was almost seventeen. It was the third opera that Amadeus had staged in the Regio Ducal Theatre (maliciously burned to the ground three years later), which at the time was located in the courtyard of the Royal Palace (La Scala subsequently rose from its ashes, fortunately in masonry…). Staging is by Marshall Pynkoski, the Canadian stage director specialized in Eighteenth-century operas with particular insights into Baroque dance, drama and gestures. The cast – including Rolando Villazón, Marianne Crebassa and Lenneke Ruiten - is stellar, as the opera demands.

More information is available on the operahouse's official website.

Schedule

February 26, 2015 20:00:00

February 28, 2015 20:00:00

March 03, 2015 20:00:00

March 12, 2015 20:00:00

March 14, 2015 20:00:00

March 17, 2015 20:00:00

Casting

Marshall Pynkoski

Marc Minkowski

Krešimir Špicer

Giulia Semenzato

Marianne Crebassa

Lenneke Ruiten

Inga Kalna

Work's characters list

Director

Conductor

Lucio Silla

Celia

Cecilio

Giunia

Lucio Cinna

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