GIUSEPPE VERDI

Otello

Otello, a lyrical drama in four acts staged for the first time in Milan on February 5, 1887, was born from the maturity of Verdi’s immeasurable talent, a very skilful perveyor of scenic effects and a profound reader of the human soul. Indeed, Verdi’s theater puts man at the center of his universe; man, like Otello, who lives his short and precarious existence blinded by passions, torn between two absolute abstractions: the most flawless and virtuous, Desdemona, and the intelligent, cynical and evil incarnate, Jago.

New production of TCBO

24 | 25 | 26 | 28 | 29 | 30 June 2022

Teatro Comunale

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CONDUCTOR

DIRECTOR

CAST

OTELLO

Roberto Aronica

RODERIGO

LODOVICO

Luciano Leoni

MONTANO

DESDEMONA

EMILIA


MAESTRO DEL CORO
Gea Garatti Ansini

SCENE
Alessandro Camera

COSTUMI
Andrea Viotti

 

AIUTO REGIA
Gianni Marras

ASSISTENTE ALLE SCENE
Andrea Gregori

MAESTRO DEL CORO VB
Alhambra Superchi

COMPOSER

Giuseppe Verdi

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) is the opera composer to whom the Italian identity is most linked, because during his long career he has sung of the most intimate values and feelings of a fragmented country that with its music and lyrics has learned to speak Italian.

Among the favorite themes of the Busseto master also the various contradictions inherent in the parent-child relationship, interpreted by masterpieces such as Rigoletto, Il trovatore, La traviata, Simon Boccanegra, Luisa Miller.

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