Opera and Ballet

Teatro Regio, Thursday 15 January 2015 - Sunday 25 January 2015

Teatro Regio, Monday 29 December 2014 - Wednesday 31 December 2014

Teatro Regio, Wednesday 17 December 2014 - Sunday 21 December 2014

Teatro Regio, Wednesday 10 December 2014 - Sunday 14 December 2014

Teatro Regio, Thursday 20 November 2014 - Saturday 29 November 2014

Teatro Regio, Tuesday 14 October 2014 - Tuesday 28 October 2014

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Teatro Regio, Tuesday 30 September 2014 - Tuesday 7 October 2014

Guglielmo Tell

Guglielmo Tell

A romantic and Revolutionary Rossini
in the new production of Vick and the direction of Noseda

Teatro Regio, Wednseday, 7th May 2014, 19:00


William Tell by Rossini, one of the most anticipated events of the season, will be staged at the
Teatro Regio from 7th -18th May. The latest and revolutionary opera by Gioachino Rossini, William Tell, is presented in a new production co-produced with the Rossini Opera Festival and signed by Graham Vick. For the occasion, the opera will be offered in a four-act version with the Italian translation by Calisto Bassi, edited by Paolo Cattelan's in 1988. The Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Regio will be led by maestro Gianandrea Noseda, who returns to Turin after the great success both at the Metropolitan in New York and the tour with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Chorus of the Teatro Regio, protagonist of some of the most beautiful pages of this opera, you will be directed by the Maestro Claudio Fenoglio. The direction of Graham Vick, with one of the most interesting sets designed specifically for this opera, is recorded by Lorenzo Nencini. The staging, with sets and costumes are by Paul Brown, light by Giuseppe Di Iorio, and the choreography is by Ron Howell, allow different period elements to co-exist thus highlighting the content relevance of this opera.

A Florentine Tragedy - Gianni Schicchi

The sounds of fin de siècle for a premiere at the Regio

Teatro Regio, Friday, 21st March, 2014 at 20:00

From 21st to 30th March the Teatro Regio offers an unusual diptych: A Florentine Tragedy (Eine Florentinische Tragödie) by Alexander von Zemlinsky (first performance in Turin) and Gianni Schicchi by Giacomo Puccini, two one-act operas that will enrich the program of March with outstanding nine performances. On the podium of the Orchestra of the Teatro Regio is Stefan Anton Reck, director recognized worldwide as a specialist in the repertoire of the early twentieth century and a former pupil of masters like Leonard Bernstein, Claudio Abbado and Seiji Ozawa.

A crime of passion and a roguish scam in Renaissance Florence: this is, in a nutshell, the argument of these two operas. The director Vittorio Borrelli, for the setting at the Teatro Regio, imagined two apartments at the beginning of 20th century, exactly the period when both operas was written. There are several different opera singers in these two operas in order to place emphasis on the contrasting vocal aspects that characterize both operas. The deep and seductive voice of the baritone Mark S. Doss will animate the character of Simone in A Florentine Tragedy performing alongside the amazing soprano Ángeles Blancas Gulín and the tenor Zoran Todorovich, applauded for his vocal power and his dramatic presence. In the role of Simone, Doss alternates with Tommi Hakala (performances on 22, 25, 27, 29th March).

Opera and Ballet

The unusual diptych Zemlinsky & Puccini
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