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

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NaplesLa rondine

Puccini: La rondine
Juraj Valčuha; Lorenzo Mariani; Teatro di San Carlo; Nicola Rubertelli; Silvia Aymonino; Dinara Alieva; Ruth Iniesta

NaplesCarmenNew production

Bizet: Carmen
Emmanuel Villaume; Michele Mangini Sorrentino; Teatro di San Carlo; Nicola Rubertelli; Giusi Giustino; Clémentine Margaine; Carmen Topciu


Puccini: Tosca
Juraj Valčuha; Teatro di San Carlo; Anna Netrebko; Yusif Eyvazov; Ludovic Tézier; Coro di Voci Bianche del Teatro di San Carlo


Verdi: Aida
Michele Mariotti; Teatro di San Carlo; Anita Rachvelishvili; Jonas Kaufmann; Claudio Sgura; Anna Pirozzi

NaplesCome un respiro/ Boléro

Haendel, Ravel
Mauro Bigonzetti; Giuseppe Picone; Corpo di Ballo del Teatro di San Carlo; Svetlana Zakharova; Orchestra del Teatro di San Carlo

NaplesDie lustige Witwe (La vedova allegra)

Lehár: Veuve joyeuse (Die Lustige Witwe)
Nick Davies; Damiano Michieletto; Teatro di San Carlo; Paolo Fantin; Carla Teti; Franz Hawlata; Paulo Szot
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

À l'heure beethovénienne

Toute pérégrination italienne près de Pompéi et Herculanum mène à Naples ; au Teatro San Carlo, le chef chinois Muhai Tang dirigeait un programme entièrement consacré à Beethoven.

María José Siri shines as Norma in Naples

María José Siri (Norma) and Silvia Tro Santafé (Adalgisa) © Luciano Romano
Lorenzo Amato penetrates deep into the recesses of Bellini's opera. 

In Naples, Tosca lives, loves and dies in the land of nowhere

Carmen Giannattasio (Tosca) and Amartuvshin Enkhbat (Scarpia) © Mario Wurzburger | Teatro di San Carlo
Film director Edoardo De Angelis sets his Tosca in a devastated, dystopiian suburb which mirrors and emphasises the opera's social degradation and immoral elements.

Riccardo Muti takes the CSO to his hometown

Riccardo Muti and the CSO in Naples © Todd Rosenberg
Naples was the first Italian date for the conductor who is leading the CSO on a European tour which includes 10 concerts all over Europe.

The Queen of Spades plays her cards right in Naples

Misha Didyk (Hermann) and Anna Nechaeva (Lisa) © Luciano Romano e Francesco Squeglia
Willy Decker does not try to make the structure of the plot any clearer, mainly concentrating on the deeper meaning of the work. The cast was excellent.

Rossini's Ermione returns to its birthplace in Naples

Angela Meade (Ermione) © Francesco Squeglia
A bland staging: at the end what really emerged was Rossini’s glorious music, its intelligent construction and perfect beauty.