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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Martina Franca , Italia

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Martina Franca Il matrimonio segreto (The Secret Marriage)

Cimarosa: Il matrimonio segreto (The Secret Marriage)
Michele Spotti; Pier Luigi Pizzi

Martina Franca Coscoletto, ovvero Il Lazzarone

Offenbach: Coscoletto, ovvero Il Lazzarone
Sesto Quatrini; Arturo Cirillo

Martina Franca C'era una volta... Robinson Crusoe

Martina Franca Ecuba

Manfroce: Ecuba
Fabio Luisi; Pier Luigi Pizzi

Martina Franca Orfeo

Porpora: Orfeo
George Petrou; Massimo Gasparon
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Vaccai's Giulietta e Romeo resuscitated in Martina Franca

Raffaella Lupinacci (Romeo) and Leonor Bonilla (Giulietta) © Fabrizio Sansoni
An opera which has not only a historical and philological interest for scholars and experts, but is of great musical value.

Rinaldo given a rock makeover in Martina Franca

Teresa Iervolino (Rinaldo) © Paolo Conserva
Giorgio Sangati's staging idea pits Christians vs Saracens as pop stars against dark metal.

An updated Margherita d'Anjou in Martina Franca

Margherita d'Anjou © Paolo Conserva
The performance of Margherita d’Anjou seen at the Festival della Valle d’Itria in Martina Franca was the first staged in modern times.

A fabulous, truly Baroque Orlando furioso

Sonia Prina (Orlando) © Paolo Conserva
This production of Antonio Vivaldi’s Orlando furioso showed the audience what a Baroque opera is.

Soprano makes directorial debut in early Verdi

Un giorno di regno © Paolo Conserva
A positive debut as stage director for soprano Stefania Bonfadelli in Verdi's early comic opera.

A footloose staging of Paisiello's Don Chisciotte

© Paolo Conserva
The staging of Don Chisciotte by Giovanni Paisiello in the patio of a masseria was intended as fun and playful. But an overly modest staging disappoints.