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Intérprete: Coro del Teatro alla Scala

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MilánToscaNew production

Anna Netrebko (Tosca) © Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
Puccini: Tosca
Riccardo Chailly; Davide Livermore; Teatro alla Scala; Giò Forma; Gianluca Falaschi; Anna Netrebko; Saioa Hernández

MilánRoméo et Juliette

Gounod: Roméo et Juliette
Lorenzo Viotti; Bartlett Sher; Teatro alla Scala; Michael Yeargan; Catherine Zuber; Diana Damrau; Vittorio Grigòlo

MilánIl trovatoreNew production

Verdi: Il trovatore
Nicola Luisotti; Alvis Hermanis; Teatro alla Scala; Eva Dessecker; Massimo Cavalletti; Liudmyla Monastyrska

MilánIl turco in ItaliaNew production

Rossini: Il turco in Italia (The Turk in Italy)
Diego Fasolis; Roberto Andò; Teatro alla Scala; Gianni Carluccio; Nanà Cecchi; Alex Esposito; Rosa Feola

MilánFilarmonica della Scala

Mahler: Sinfonía núm. 3 en re menor
Filarmonica della Scala; Zubin Mehta; Daniela Sindram; Coro del Teatro alla Scala
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Scarpia stabbed, Tosca smothered by Livermore’s La Scala staging

Anna Netrebko (Tosca) © Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
Anna Netrebko chews the scenery as Floria Tosca… and there’s a lot of it to get her teeth into in David Livermore’s busy staging in Milan.

Strauss’ Helena lands at La Scala

Eva Mei (Aithra), Andreas Schager (Menelas) and Ricarda Merbeth (Helen) © Brescia & Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
In the tiring role of Menelaus Andreas Schager was a mighty Heldentenor, combining impressive sound power with a dazzling colour and without ever showing a moment of fatigue.

“Verdi's ugliest opera” returns to La Scala with mixed results

Lisette Oropesa (Amalia) © Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
In the role created for Jenny Lind, Lisette Oropesa, in her debut in the theater, shows her magnificent silvery voice, beautiful vibrato and impeccable colorature.

Korngold's Die tote Stadt at La Scala for the first time: a triumph

Die Tote Stadt, Teatro alla Scala © Brescia/Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
The wealth of visual images displayed by director Graham Vick goes with the extraordinary richness of Korngold's music.

Gergiev conducts a grandiose Khovanshchina at La Scala

Evgenia Muraveva (Emma) and Mikhail Petrenko (Khovansky) © Marco Brescia & Rudy Amisano | Teatro alla Scala
In Khovanshchina, even more so than in Boris Godunov, the chorus is the chief protagonist and the La Scala chorus was truly astonishing.