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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Florence, Italia

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Donizetti's Linda di Chamounix comes to her senses in Florence

Fabio Capitanucci (Marquis de Boisfleury) and Jessica Pratt (Linda) © Michele Monasta
The Maggio Musicale Fiorentino’s proposal is fully commendable, as they restored an opera rarely performed

Damiano Michieletto's youthful Barbiere returns to Florence

Ruzil Gatin (Almaviva), Carlo Lepore (Bartolo) and Vasilisa Berzhanskaya (Rosina) © Michele Monasta
Three Russian singers star in a revival of the Italian director's academy production from 2003. 

The resurrection of an opera: Alfano's Risurrezione in Florence

Silvia Romani (Fedia) and Anne-Sophie Duprels (Katyusha) © Michele Monasta
Risurrezione is a work whose value is to be found more in the orchestra than in the vocal lines, a peculiar thing for an Italian opera belonging to an epoch that gloried in enticing melodies.

Dafne returns to Florence four centuries later

Francesca Boncompagni (Dafne) © Camilla Ricci
The imaginative baroque architecture of the Buontalenti Grotto in Palazzo Pitti Boboli Gardens is an inert background to the action in this reprise of one of the first operas.

Patriotic fervour in Florence's La battaglia di Legnano

Giuseppe Gipali (Arrigo), Giuseppe Altomare (Rolando) and Vittoria Yeo (Lida) © Camilla Riccò | TerranovaProject Contrasto
Marco Tullio Giordana's new production at the Maggio Musicale may be static, but musically there's much to enjoy in this rare slice of middle-period Verdi.

Cardillac at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

Cardillac © Michele Borzoni | TerraProject/Contrasto
The in-house orchestra played out of its skin under Fabio Luisi.