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Santa Fe Opera301 Opera Dr, Santa Fe, New Mexico, NM 87506, États-Unis
2015 juillet 04, 10, 15, août 04, 10, 15, 19, 25, 28 à 20:30
Festival: Santa Fe Opera
Santa Fe Opera
Jader BignaminiDirection
Lee BlakeleyMetteur en scène
Adrian LinfordCostumes, Décors
Georgia JarmanSopranoGilda
Nicole PiccolominiMezzo-sopranoMaddalena
Bruce SledgeTénorLe duc de Mantoue2015 juil. 04, 10, 15
Bryan HymelTénorLe duc de Mantoue2015 août 04, 10, 15, 19, 25, 28
Quinn KelseyBarytonRigoletto
Peixin ChenBasseSparafucile
Robert PomakovBaryton-basseMonterone

The staging of Rigoletto has been done many different ways; but no matter how it is presented it is an enduring story of love and betrayal and their consequences. The tragic Rigoletto, a court jester, tries to protect his young daughter, Gilda, from the world. She is a complete innocent who gives her love to the callous Duke only to become the victim of his treachery.

The young Italian conductor Jader Bignamini will make his American debut in these performances. He is currently associate conductor of the Orchestra Sinfonica la Verdi in Milan, having been chosen by Riccardo Chailly as his assistant in 1998. He has conducted both the operatic and symphonic repertory in Italy’s most famous opera houses and concert halls as well as in Japan, Russia and South America. Three young American singers head the cast of this much-loved opera. In the title role is Quinn Kelsey, making his company debut. He has been hailed as one of this generation’s great Verdi baritones. The Duke is Bryan Hymel, who scored a huge success in the 2011 production of Faust here. He made a sensational last-minute debut at the Metropolitan Opera in Les Troyens in 2012 and now has a busy schedule of performances in this country and abroad. Gilda will be sung by Georgia Jarman, a former apprentice, who recently won praise for singing all four heroines in the English National Opera’s production of The Tales of Hoffmann. Nicole Piccolomini, in her Company debut, will be sing Maddalena. Houston Grand Opera Studio member Peixin Chen sings Sparafucile, and Canadian bass Robert Pomakov is Monterone. Director Lee Blakeley and scenic designer Adrian Linford brought The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein to life here in 2013.

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