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Don Carlo

Gianandrea Noseda conducts Verdi’s masterpiece
for the celebration of the Teatro Regio’s 40th anniversary

Teatro Regio, Thursday 11th April 2013 at 20:00

The most complex and monumental opera of Giuseppe Verdi, Don Carlo, will be staged at the Teatro Regio from 11th to 23rd April in a-four-act version composed by Verdi in 1884. With this opera, the Regio celebrates its fortieth rebirth anniversary, which took place on 10th April 1973. However, it was founded in 1740 and was destroyed by fire in 1936.

On the podium of the Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Regio is the Music Director of the Regio, Gianandrea Noseda, who has repeatedly directed this opera with charisma and energy. And on Sunday 28th April, at the end of performances in Turin, the Maestro Noseda, still directing the Orchestra and the Chorus of the Regio, will present the opera as a concert at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris which is the first leg of the tour taking the entire artistic complex of the Regio in the European capitals of music.

Don Carlo will be broadcast by RAI Radio3 on Saturday 13rd April at 20:00 and the production will become a DVD by Rai.

The production of Don Carlo has been organized with the support of Banca Fideuram a Supporting Partner of the Teatro Regio.

This edition of Don Carlo is by the director Hugo de Ana, who has also designed the sets and costumes. This production by the Teatro Regio, was staged for the first time in Turin in June 2006. The choreography is by Leda Lojodice and lights are by Sergio Rossi. Claudio Fenoglio is the Chorus Master.

La traviata

The most performed opera in the world in the elegant setting of PellyTeatro Regio, Tuesday, 5th March 2013 at 20:00

Teatro Regio presents La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi from 5th to 13th March. This opera is not included in the season ticket. It is signed by Laurent Pelly and it has been co-produced with the Regio and the Santa Fe Opera Festival. Master Corrado Rovaris will be leading the Orchestra and Chorus of the Regio. He has been the Music Director of the Philadelphia Opera Company since 2005 and Principal Guest Conductor of The I Virtuosi Italiani. Talking about Turin the Master said: «Turin is a city that I do love and it is a place where I often conduct. It is a city that I consider as being one of the main live cultural centres, and then we have the magnificent Teatro Regio which has been cleverly led onto an interesting path by its management».
The protagonists of this opera are: Patrizia Ciofi (Violetta), Piero Pretti (Alfredo Germont), Nicola Alaimo (Giorgio Germont), Silvia Beltrami (Flora Bervoix), Francesca Rotondo (Annina), Enrico Iviglia (Gastone), Paolo Maria Orecchia (Baron Douphol) and Scott Johnson (the Marquis D’Obigny); for this edition of the opera the direction is by Anna Maria Bruzzese, the costumes by Laurent Pelly, the scenes by Chantal Thomas and lights by Gary Marder, in this edition by Andrea Anfossi. The Choir Master is Claudio Fenoglio.
La Traviata is, according to data published by Operabase (world leader website regarding operas), the most performed opera in the world with a total of 629 performances in the last five seasons.

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