ON THE NOTES OF VERDI’S COSTUMES.

From Teatro alla Scala di Milano to the heart of Montefeltro. In Frontino (province of Urbino, Italy) at the Monastery of San Girolamo.
From Sunday August 4th to Sunday September 22, 2013

Exhibit of the original costumes of some of the most famous of Giuseppe Verdi’s operas. With the collaboration of Teatro alla Scala di Milano.

 costumiverdiani

Costumes displayed at the exhibition, with historical notes.

costumi verdiani2AIDA
Costumes of the Pharaoh and of Aida, on a design by Lila De Nobili. Worn by Antonio Zerbini and Leontyne Price. 

Teatro alla Scala, 1962-1963 season.
Conducted by Gianandrea Gavazzeni.
Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Scenography: Lila De Nobili.

traviata937WLa Traviata
Costumes of Violetta Valery and a woman from the chorus, on a design by Gabriella Pascucci.
Worn by Daniela Dessi

Teatro alla Scala, 1989-1990 season.
Conducted by Riccardo Muti.
Directed by Liliana Cavani. Scenography: Dante Ferretti.

OTELLO

costumi verdiani_otelloCostumes of Desdemona and Otello, on a desegn by Ezio Frigerio
Worn by Margherita Roberti and Mario del Monaco

Teatro alla Scala, 1959-1960 season.
Conducted by Antonino Votto
Directed by Margherita Wallmann. Scenography: Nicola Benois

Costumi_Balloinmaschera

Costumes of the chorus of women and men, on a design by Gabriella Pascucci.

Teatro alla Scala, 2000-2001 Season
Conducted by Riccardo Muti
Directed by Liliana Cavani. Scenography: Dante Ferretti

carlo935WCostumes of Elisabeth of Valois and Philip II King of Spain, on a design by Anna Anni.
Worn by Daniela Dessi e Samuel Ramey
Teatro alla Scala, 1992-1993 Season
Conducted by Riccardo Muti
Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Scenography: Franco Zeffirelli

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