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NaplesDie Zauberflöte (Il flauto magico)

Mozart: Flûte Enchantée, La (Die Zauberflöte)
Asher Fisch; Roberto Andò; Teatro di San Carlo; Maurizio Agostini; Giovanni Carluccio; Nanà Cecchi; Goran Jurić

NaplesL'Amour des trois oranges (L'amore delle tre melarance)

Prokofiev: L'Amour des trois oranges
Juraj Valčuha; Alessandro Talevi; Teatro di San Carlo; Justin Arienti; Manuel Pedretti; Goran Jurić; Bogdan Volkov

NaplesLa serva padrona

Pergolesi: La serva padrona
Carmine Pinto; Mariano Bauduin; Teatro di San Carlo; Marianna Carbone; Filippo Morace; Rossella Locatelli

NaplesI puritaniNew production

Bellini: I Puritani (Les Puritains)
Gabriele Ferro; Emilio Sagi; Teatro di San Carlo; Daniel Bianco; Pepa Ojanguren; Francesco Demuro; Francesco Castoro

NaplesIl maestro di cappella

Cimarosa: Il maestro di cappella
Mariano Bauduin; Teatro di San Carlo; Nicola Rubertelli; Giusi Giustino; Marco Filippo Romano; Orchestra del Teatro di San Carlo
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

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.

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.

A solid Traviata closes the San Carlo season in Naples

Maria Mudryak (Violetta) © Francseco Squeglia
A production apt for audiences who prefer a traditional, intimate staging of the most often performed of all operatic works.