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Intérprete: Bruno Campanella

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MadridAVAILABLE IN SPAIN ONLY: Roberto Devereux

Donizetti: Roberto Devereux
Bruno Campanella; Alessandro Talevi; Teatro Real; Madeleine Boyd; Mariella Devia; Silvia Tro Santafé

FlorenceL'italiana in Algeri

Rossini: L'italiana in Algeri
Bruno Campanella; Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Marianna Pizzolato; Marko Mimica; Boyd Owen; Biagio Pizzuti
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Mariella Devia, la araña reina

En la noche de apertura de la temporada del Teatro Real, Mariella Devia demostró por qué es una de las mejores cantantes belcantistas de las últimas décadas.

La Fille du régiment revives the Teatro Real

Donizetti's La Fille du régiment brings much needed joy to the Teatro Real, with Javier Camarena's astonishing voice and Aleksandra Kurzak's unapologetic tomboy mesmerising the audience.

Les Capulet et les Montaigu de Bellini

L’Opéra de Paris propose un deuxième opéra de Bellini cette saison : I Capuleti e i Montecchi. Sous la baguette de Bruno Campanella et dans une mise en scène de Robert Carsen, Ekaterina Siurina (Giuletta) et Karine Deshayes (Romeo) incarnent le couple légendaire. Une production agréable sans être exceptionnelle.

Il Barbiere di Siviglia at Teatro di San Carlo

This cheerful revival production of Il Barbiere di Siviglia showcases the operatic talent that Naples' Teatro di San Carlo can count on.

Donizetti's elixir is still a winning formula at Covent Garden

Take one hapless but lovable hero, one capricious but ultimately vulnerable heroine, a doctor and an army officer straight out of commedia dell’arte, a couple of basso buffo patter songs, at least one memorable romantic ballad, and stir the lot into a good lashing of boisterous Italian music with a sprinkling of furtive tears.

Natalie Dessay sings Donizetti's La Fille du Régiment

Natalie Dessay has been making a real signature role out of Marie, Donizetti's foundling "Daughter of the Regiment" who turns out to be of noble birth (well, partly, wherein lies the tale). We went to Covent Garden last night specially to see her, and she didn't disappoint: her performance was quite out of the ordinary.