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GIUSEPPE VERDI, LA TRAVIATA



Venice: La Fenice Opera House

Conductor: Stefano Ranzani

Director: Robert Carsen

Sets & Costumes: Patrick Kinmonth

Light designer: Robert Carsen & Peter Van Praet

Coreography: Philippe Giraudeau

Dates and times

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Time

Description

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gio

2019-10-24

19:00

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ven

2019-10-25

19:00

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sab

2019-10-26

15:30

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dom

2019-10-27

15:30

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mar

2019-10-29

19:00

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mer

2019-10-30

19:00

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gio

2019-10-31

19:00

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sab

2019-11-02

19:00

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dom

2019-11-03

15:30

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cast

Violetta
Zuzana Markova (24,26,29,31/10 - 3/11)
Claudia Pavone (25,27,30/10 - 2/11)

Alfredo
Airam Hernandez (24,26,29,31/10 - 3/11)
Leonardo Cortellazzi (25,27,30/10 - 2/11)

Germont
Vladimir Stoyanov (24,26,29,31/10 - 3/11)
Simone Del Savio (25,27,30/10 - 2/11)

Flora Elisabetta Martorana
Annina Ilenia Tosatto
Gastone Enrico Iviglia
Barone Douphol Wiliam Corrò
Marchese d’Obigny Matteo Ferrara
Dottor Grenvil Mattia Denti

Conductors Stefano Ranzani
DirectorRobert Carsen
Sets & CostumesPatrick Kinmonth
Light designer Robert Carsen & Peter Van Praet
CoreographyPhilippe Giraudeau

La Fenice Choir & Orchestra
Chorus Master Claudio Marino Moretti

La Fenice production

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La traviata is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. It is based on La dame aux Camélias (1852), a play adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils. The opera was originally titled Violetta, after the main character.

It was first performed on 6 March 1853 at the La Fenice opera house in Venice. Piave and Verdi wanted to follow Dumas in giving the opera a contemporary setting, but the authorities at La Fenice insisted that it be set in the past, "c. 1700". It was not until the 1880s that the composer and librettist’s original wishes were carried out and "realistic" productions were staged