“AIDA” at San Carlo Theater in Naples

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The San Carlo entrust itself to the ‘pyrotechnics’ of Franco Dragone to open the opera and ballet season with Aida, which is chosen to celebrate, in 2013, the bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth. The director,  inventor of the magical universe of the Cirque du Soleil, here at his first experience with opera, promises to amaze, in his typical style, with a show uniting visual virtuosity and the use of ‘avant guard’ technologies. Directed by Nicola Luisotti.

From December 5th to 17th 2013 San Carlo Theatre 

Under the patronage of the President of Italian Republic

AIDA

Giuseppe Verdi | Libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni | 4 acts | Italian with Italian supertitles 

ARTISTIC DIRECTION:

Conductor: Nicola Luisotti

Choirmaster:  Salvatore Caputo

Director of the Ballet Company: Alessandra Panzavolta

Direction:  Franco Dragone

Scenes:  Benito Leonori

Costumes: Giusi Giustino

CAST: 

Aida: Lucrecia Garcia / Kristin Lewis

 

 

Radames: Jorge De Leòn / Fabio Sartori

Amneris: Ekaterina Semenchuk / Anna Smirnova

Amonasro: Marco Vratogna / Claudio Sgura

Ramfis: Ferruccio Furlanetto / Orlin Anastassov

King of Egypt: Roberto Tagliavini / Dario Russo

The Messenger: Massimiliano Chiarolla
Orchestra, Choir and Ballet Company of the San Carlo Theatre

Opera and Ballet Season 2013-2014

New setting in co-production with Astana Opera House

San Carlo Theatre

Thursday 5th  December 20:00 (Season Ticket – Turn  A)

Saturday 7th  December 18:00  (not part of the ‘season ticket’)

Tuesday 10th  December 18:00 (Season Ticket – Turn  B)

Wednesday 11th  December 20:00    (not part of the ‘season ticket’)

Thursday 12th  December 20:00  (Season Ticket – Turn  C)

Friday 13th  December 18:00  (not part of the ‘season ticket’)

Saturday 14th  December 20:00 (not part of the ‘season ticket’)

Sunday 15th  December 17:00 (Season Ticket – Turn  F)

Tuesday 17th  December 18:00  (Season Ticket – Turn   D)

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