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La CenerentolaNew production

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New National Theatre, Tokyo: Opera House1-1-1 Honmachi Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 151-0071, Japan
Datum/Zeit in Tokyo Zeitzone
New National Theatre
Masahiro JoyaDirigent
Jun AguniRegisseur
Alessandro CiammarughiBühnenbild, Kostüme
Masao OshimaLicht
Aya WakizonoMezzosopranAngelina (Cinderella)
René BarberaTenorDon Ramiro
Hayato KamieBaritonDandini, valet to Ramiro
Alessandro CorbelliBassDon Magnifico
Gabriele SagonaBassAlidoro
Nobuko TakahashiSopranClorinda
Junko SaitoSopranTisbe
Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra
New National Theatre Chorus

2021/2022 Season will open with a new production of the bel canto opera masterpiece, La Cenerentola. This opera buffa is one of the most admired piece by the Italian greatest composer Gioachino Rossini, and is an opera version of the familiar Cinderella story. This masterpiece is brimming with all the appeal of the composer, from the delightful ensembles and the richly ornate arias to the swelling climax with agilita. Angelina's aria "Naqui all'affano, al pianto" in the final act is a magnificent mezzo-soprano aria and is often performed on its own.

The production is directed by Jun Aguni, one of the best directors at interpreting Italian operas. The title role of Angelina is performed by Aya Wakizono, who is based in Italy and whose talent further blossoms with the passing of the years. Don Ramiro is performed by the talented Rossini singer René Barbera, who appeared with Wakizono in Il barbiere di Siviglia in 2020. In the role of Don Magnifico is the famous basso-buffo, Alessandro Corbelli, while Alidoro is performed by Gabriele Sagona, who has been acclaimed for many bel canto roles. Expectations are high for this sparkling ensemble. Bel Canto opera has been becoming a popular genre at NNTT year by year, and La Cenerentola conveys the sheer pleasure of opera as it opens the new season.

* Please note that there might be changes depending on the Covid-19 situation.

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