Oct 24, 27, 31 - Nov 03 - OPERAS: La Cucina (A. Synnott) & Adina (G. Rossini)

WEXFORD FESTIVAL OPERA

Presents:

 

LA CUCINA by Andrew Synnott
ADINA by Gioachino Rossini

It is the day that has been set aside to celebrate the wedding of the middle-aged Caliph to young Adina; everyone is rejoicing about the event. At the same time a young Arab named Selimo who is in love with Adina and knows nothing about the wedding has learned that the girl is a prisoner in the Caliph’s harem. The two young people, who have been in love since their adolescent years, were actually on the point of getting married when they were tragically separated. Soon Selimo will learn that Adina is now to marry the Caliph and from there the story unfolds with themes of love, betrayal and jealousy. Adina will be prefaced by La cucina which tells the story of a chef's assistant, Bianca who is baking a wedding cake. The music channels the comic spirit of Rossini as it follows the ups and downs of our heroine. It is joyous and passionate in equal measure and full to the brim with ravashing orchestral colour. 

Creative Team

Conductor: Michele Spotti

Director: Rosetta Cucchi

Composer (La cucina): Andrew Synnott

Set Designer: Tiziano Santi

Costume Designer: Claudia Pernigotti

Lighting Designer: Simon Corder

Assistant Director: Stefania Panighini

Chorusmaster (Adina): Errol Girdlestone

Répétiteur: Giorgio D'alonzo

Répétiteur: Jessica Hall

 

Cast  - LA CUCINA

Bianca (Sous-chef):  Máire Flavin

Tobia (Aiuto del fornitor):  Manuel Amati

Camillo (Aiuto cuoco):  Emmanuel Franco

Zeno (Fornitore):  Sheldon Baxter
Chef Alberto Famosissimo:  Luca Nucera


Cast  - ADINA

Adina:  Rachel Kelly

Selimo:  Lévy Sekgapane

The Caliph:  Daniele Antonangeli
Mustafa:  Emmanuel Franco
Ali:  Manuel Amati

Venue

O’Reilly Theatre | National Opera House

July 18, 21, 27 - OPERA: MATILDE DI SHABRAN by Gioacchino Rossini

MATILDE DI SHABRAN
(Ossia: Corradino, o Bellezza e Cuor di Ferro)

 

Melodramma giocoso in due atti da Gioacchino Rossini,
Libretto da Giacomo Ferreti

ROSSINI IN WILDBAD BEL CANTO OPERA FESTIVAL

CAST:
Matilde di Shabran: Sara Blanch
Corradino: Michele Angelini, Francisco Brito
Aliprando: Emmanuel Franco
Isidoro: Giulio Mastrototaro
Ginardo: Ricardo Seguel
Edoardo: Victoria Yarovaya
Raimondo: Shi Zong
Contessa d'Arco: Lamia Beuque
Egoldo: Julian Henao
Rodrigo: Julian Henao

Conductor: José Miguel Pérez-Sierra
Staging: Stefania Bonfadelli
Orchestra: PASSIONART Orchestra Krakow
Chorus: Gorecki Chamber Choir

Venue: Trinkhalle
Bad Wildbad, Germany


 

July 19, 26 - OPERA: ROMILDA E COSTANZA by Giacomo Meyerbeer

ROMILDA E COSTANZA
Melodramma semiserio in due atti di Giacomo Meyerbeer
Libretto di Gaetano Rossi

*Concert version
*First modern performance

ROSSINI IN WILDBAD BEL CANTO OPERA FESTIVAL

CAST:
Romilda - Chiara Brunello

Costanza - Luiza Fatyol
Pierotto - Giulio Mastrototaro
Teobaldo - Patrick Kabongo
Retello - Javier Povedano
Albertone - Emmanuel Franco
Lotario - César Cortés
Ugo - Timophey Pavlenko
Annina - Claire Gascoin

Conductor: Luciano Acocella
Orchestra: PASSIONART Orchestra Krakow
Choir: Górecki Chamber Choir
Recitativi: Andrés Jesús Gallucci

Trinkhalle
Bad Wildbad, Germany


 

July 13, 19, 27 - OPERA: I TRE GOBBI by Manuel Garcia

I TRE GOBBI
Opera Buffa in one act by Manuel García

Rossini in Wildbad Bel Canto Opera Festival

CAST:
Eleonora Belloci - Madama Vezzosa
Javier Povedano - Marchese Parpagnaco
Emmanuel Franco - Barone Macacco
Patrick Kabongo - Marchese Bellavita

Andrés Jesús Gallucci - Piano
Regie - Jochen Schönleber

Königlisches Kurtheater - Bad Wildbad, Germany

April 04 - GALA ROSSINIANO: VORREI SPIEGARE IL GIUBILO

​CHIESA DI SAN GIACOMO APOSTOLO, FORLÍ, ITALIA - 21:00

Fondazione Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini - Festival di Ravenna
Concerto lirico di inaugurazione del progetto di adeguamento acustico della Chiesa di San Giacomo Apostolo.

Orchestra Arcangelo Corelli
Jacopo Rivani - Direttore
Giorgia Paci - Soprano
Emmanuel Franco - Baritono

​Musica di Gioacchino Rossini

 

February 22-24 OPERA: L'Elisir d'Amore by Gaetano Donizetti

​CENTRO CULTURAL MEXIQUENSE BICENTENARIO - ESTADO DE MEXICO, MEXICO

Ópera bufa en dos actos con música de Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848) y libreto en italiano de Felice Romani, basado en el libreto Le philtre (1831) de Eugène Scribe para la ópera de Daniel-François Auber. Estrenada en el Teatro della Canobbiana de Milán el 12 de mayo de 1832.

Karen Gardeazabal, Adina

Edgar Villalba, Nemorino

Emmanuel Franco, Belcore

Alejandro López, Dulcamara

Alejandra Gómez, Gianetta

 

Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México

Coro Polifónico del Estado de México, Mtro: Manuel Flores Palacios, Director

 

Dirección Musical: Rodrigo Macias

Dirección de Escena: Francisco de Asis López

Escenografía e iluminación: Pedro Serrano

Vestuario: Erregiñe Arrotza

Regidora: Rodrigo Caravantes

Maestro(s) repetidor: Sergio Vazquez, Andres Sarre 

Producción ejecutiva: Irma Cavia

Sobretítulos: Francisco Méndez Padilla

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