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MilanPictures at an Exhibition

Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano
Mussorgsky, Sibelius
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano; Stanislav Kochanovsky; Sergey Khachatryan


Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano
Campogrande, Beethoven, Brahms
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano; Joel Sandelson; Roberto Cominati

MilanMusic and words

Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano
Schubert, Mahler
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano; Michele Mariotti; Ian Bostridge


Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano
Prokofiev, Stravinsky
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano; Maxim Rysanov


Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano
Verdi: Messa da Requiem
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano; Claus Peter Flor; Carmela Remigio; Anna Bonitatibus; Carlo Allemano; Fabrizio Beggi

MilanOne Thousand and One Nights

Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano
Ravel, Debussy, Rimsky-Korsakov
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano; Emmanuel Tjeknavorian; Luca Santaniello
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A young, fresh cast enlivens Il matrimonio segreto at La Scala

The Accademia programme at La Scala presents Cimarosa’s masterpiece with a brilliant young cast of students, led by veteran Pietro Spagnoli, with Ottavio Dantone at the baton.

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Mario Martone gives Rigoletto a convincing modern twist at La Scala

Conductor Michele Gamba gives a very personal interpretation of Rigoletto, in an intelligent new production by Mario Martone, which seals a great success for the trio of principal singers, Amartuvshin Enkhbat, Nadine Sierra and Piero Pretti.

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McGregor takes Stravinsky's rituals to desolate and cruel lands

McGregor's new creation for the Milanese company imagines Les Noces as a sequel to his take on The Rite of Spring.
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At La Scala, Livermore sets Gioconda in a dreamy Venetian landscape

La Scala presents a new production of Ponchielli’s masterpiece, the first one in more than 20 years and a sequence of beautiful images supporting a solid cast, led by Saioa Hernández.

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La Scala's home-made tribute celebrates Carla Fracci's legacy

The first Fracci Gala at the Teatro alla Scala celebrates the memory and the stature of a child of the house, who not always considered so in life. 
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Celebrating La Scala: Robert Carsen’s Don Giovanni returns

Robert Carsen’s imaginative 2011 production of Mozart’s masterpiece is revived in Milan with an excellent cast led by Christopher Maltman.

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