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Adelson e Salvini

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Barbican HallSilk Street, London, Greater London, EC2Y 8DS, United Kingdom
On Wednesday 11 May 2016 at 19:00
Performers
Opera Rara
Daniele RustioniConductor
Kenneth RichardsonDirector
Daniela BarcellonaMezzo-sopranoNelly
Kathryn RudgeMezzo-sopranoFanny
Leah-Marian JonesMezzo-sopranoMadame Rivers
Enea ScalaTenorSalvini
Simone AlberghiniBassLord Adelson
Maurizio MuraroBaritoneBonifacio
Rodion PogossovBaritoneStruley
David SoarBassGeronio
BBC Symphony Orchestra
BBC Singers

In the BBC Symphony Orchestra's second project with Opera Rara this season, they turn to Bellini’s very first opera with an all-star cast.

Daniele Rustoni, following his acclaimed Donizetti triology at Welsh National Opera, conducts the work, written while Bellini was still a student in Naples. Adelson e Salvini follows the fortunes of an Italian in Ireland, who falls in love with the eponymous Adelson’s fiancée Nelly. The work made such an impact that it led to his first professional commission. Though its comic role Bonifacio is Rossinian, the ardent lyrical writing is pure Bellini.

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