The opera buffa by Cimarosa – The eighteenth century puts on a show at the Regio
Teatro Regio, Thursday, 14th March 2013 at 20:00
One of the eighteenth century comic opera masterpieces, Il Matrimonio Segreto by Domenico Cimarosa, will be staged at the Teatro Regio 14th to 24th March in the settings created by Michael Hampe, produced by the Regio in collaboration with the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, which received a standing ovation. The podium of the Teatro Regio will welcome the maestro Francesco Pasqualetti; a young conductor who stands out for his performance in both operatic and symphonic operas.
The original direction is by Michael Hampe, for this edition of the opera the direction is by Vittorio Borrelli. It is an opera that exalts the grace of the eighteenth-century score of Cimarosa, allowing for a plot full of twists that unfolds with ease and clarity. The costumes in beautiful pastel colours, yet playful to a certain degree, are by Martin Rupprecht, the scenes, basic and intelligent, are by Jan Schlubach and lights by Andrea Anfossi.