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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Bergamo, Italie

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Donizetti defies lockdown in Bergamo: Belisario

Riccardo Frizza © Gianfranco Rota
A concert performance of a middle period rarity is part of a slimmed down festival which transfers to an online format to audiences across the globe.

The political drama of Marino Faliero in Bergamo

Michele Pertusi (Marino Faliero) © Gianfranco Rota
14th-century Venice, a city of intrigue, criminal activity and mysterious masks, is the setting for Donizetti's opera about the Doge Marino Faliero, whose life is torn between public and private issues.

Donizetti's L'ange de Nisida proves to be a masterpiece

Lidia Fridman (Sylvia) © Gianfranco Rota
The performance at Bergamo Opera Festival proved that L'ange de Nisida can contest the place of La favorite in Donizetti's catalog.

Young Donizetti pays his debt to Rossini in Bergamo

Paola Gardina (Madam Fritz) and Francisco Brito (Carlo Scavronski) © Gianfranco Rota
Donizetti's music in this early opera has the freshness and liveliness of his most mature comic works, but l barbiere di Siviglia and La Cenerentola were just a few years before, as one could easily perceive.

A metatheatrical take on Enrico di Borgogna in Bergamo

Anna Bonitatibus (Enrico) © Gianfranco Rota
A clever production enlivens a rare, early opera at the Donizetti Opera Festival. A fantastic cast and a great period orchestra seal a resounding success under the lead of Alessandro De Marchi.

The first, forgotten Tudor Queen: Il castello di Kenilworth in Bergamo

Jessica Pratt (Elisabetta) © Gianfranco Rota
The Donizetti Opera Festival presents a rarity with a good cast of bel canto specialists in a somewhat disappointing production.