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Cancelado: La bohème

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OpernhausFalkenstrasse 1, Zürich, 8008, Suiza
Fechas/horas en zona horaria de Zurich
Programa
Puccini, Giacomo (1858-1924)La bohèmeLibreto de Luigi Illica, Giuseppe Giacosa
Intérpretes
Zurich Opera
Marco ArmiliatoDirector
Ole Anders TandbergDirector de escena
Erlend BirkelandDiseño de escena
Maria GeberDiseño de vestuario
Juan Diego FlórezTenorRodolfo
Ruzan MantashyanSopranoMimì
Yuriy YurchukBarítonoMarcellomar 08, 12
Konstantin ShushakovBarítonoMarcellomar 18, 22, 25, 29 Matiné
Olga KulchynskaSopranoMusetta
Dean MurphyBarítonoSchaunard
Stanislav VorobyovBarítonoColline
Valeriy MurgaBajoAlcindoro
Cheyne DavidsonBarítonoBenoît
Tae-Jin ParkTenorParpignol
Franck EvinDiseño de iluminación
Fabio DietscheDramaturgia
Ernst RaffelsbergerDirector del coro
Kinderchor der Oper Zürich
Zusatzchor der Oper Zürich
Zurich Opera Chorus
Philharmonia Zürich

Rodolfo, an unsuccessful young writer, is having difficulty in finding inspiration for his text, when a young woman unexpectedly turns up on his doorstep. She only wants to relight her candle, but the encounter marks the beginning of one of the most heart-wrenching love stories in operatic literature. In two consecutive arias, which are among Giacomo Puccini’s most famous, Mimì and Rodolfo introduce themselves to one another, shortly afterwards amorously falling into one another’s arms. In our revival production, both roles are excellently cast: the tenor Juan Diego Flórez, who has made an international career for himself as a bel canto singer, has already ventured into the dramatic genre at Zurich Opera House with his celebrated interpretation of Massenet’s Werther. He will now give his role début as Puccini’s Rodolfo at our theatre. Ruzan Mantashyan, who excelled last season as Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Così fan tutte, will be singing Mimì. Marco Armiliato, who has already conducted Puccini’s La fanciulla del West and Tosca in Zurich, will be at the rostrum.

In his visually powerful production, Norwegian director Ole Anders Tandberg tells us about the hopes and disappointments of the young Bohemians: in the auditorium of a small Norwegian theatre, Rodolfo’s poetic fantasies come to life. Only too late does he realise the bitter truth – that Mimì is not a muse, but a woman in need of genuine love and care.

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