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

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Entre Turin et Memphis, une Aïda loin d’être poussiéreuse !

Pour l’ouverture de la saison du Teatro Regio de Turin portait à l’affiche le très célèbre Aïda de Giuseppe Verdi. Le montage du chef-d’œuvre amenait une collaboration inédite avec le Museo Egizio de la ville, considéré comme l’une des collections archéologiques égyptiennes les plus riches du monde après le Musée du Caire.

The Pearl Fishers: Turin opens its operatic season

Pierre Doyen (Zurga) and Kévin Amiel (Nadir) © Edoardo Piva | Teatro Regio Torino
The staging sways between tackiness and naivety, like those old Christmas cards with sequins glued to the edges of the figures.

The first modern staged performance of Paër’s Agnese in Turin

Markus Werba and Maria Rey-Joly © Edoardo Piva | Teatro Regio Torino
The Teatro Regio presents a Classical rarity with echoes of Mozart and anticipations of Rossini. Diego Fasolis conducts with imagination and spunk.

In Turin's Trovatore, the women carry the day

Anna Maria Chiuri (Azucena) © Edoardo Piva | Teatro Regio Torino
Female voices dominate in the vocal cast: Rachel Willis-Sørensen debuts as Leonora and charms the audience; Anna Maria Chiuri has the temperament and rich vocality requested by the role of the gypsy.

A strong Italian cast for Così fan tutte in Turin

Lucia Cirillo (Despina), Federica Lombardi (Fiordiligi) and Annalisa Stroppa (Dorabella) © Rammella & Giannese/Piva | Teatro Regio Torino
Diego Fasolis gives an enlightened, 18th-century account of the Mozart/da Ponte masterpiece, with great precision and elegance.

On the female condition: two 20th-century operas in Turin

Anna Caterina Antonacci (Susanna) and Bruno Danjoux (Servant) © Rammella & Giannese/Piva | Teatro Regio Torino
Two different variations of the female conditions: one of 1909 and now utterly out-of-date, the second of 1959 much more ut-to-date.