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

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Martina Franca showcases Manfroce with Ecuba

Carmela Remigio (Hecuba) © Clarissa Lapolla
Carmela Remigio excels as the Trojan Queen; Sesto Quatrini conducts a superb account of the music of a Calabrian composer who died far too young.

Secrets in an Italian summer: Cimarosa's Matrimonio segreto

Benedetta Torre (Carolina), Alasdair Kent (Paolino) © Clarissa Lapolla
The best-laid plans go astray when the noble Count Robinson falls for the wrong sister, setting up a lovely night of opera.

Porpora's Orfeo: a plunge into the Neapolitan golden century

Anna Maria Sarra (Euridice) and Raffaele Pe (Orfeo) © Clarissa Lapolla
Nicola Porpora's pasticcio was one of the highlights of the 45th edition of the Festival della Valle d'Itria in Martina Franca.

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.