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Don Giovanni

New National Theatre, Tokyo: Opera House1-1-1 Honmachi Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 151-0071, Japan
Dates/times in Tokyo time zone
Tuesday 06 December 202218:30
Thursday 08 December 202214:00
Saturday 10 December 202214:00
Sunday 11 December 202214:00
Tuesday 13 December 202214:00
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)Don GiovanniLibretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte
New National Theatre
Paolo OlmiConductor
Grischa AsagaroffDirector
Luigi PeregoSet Designer, Costume Designer
Martin GebhardtLighting Designer
Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra
New National Theatre Chorus
Simone AlberghiniBassDon Giovanni
Renato DolciniBaritoneLeporello
Eleonora BurattoSopranoDonna Anna
Serena MalfiMezzo-sopranoDonna Elvira
Emi IshibashiSopranoZerlina
Teppei KonoBass-baritoneThe Commendatore
Giovanni SalaTenorDon Ottavio
Kei KondoBass-baritoneMasetto

This popular work by Mozart relates a glorious love story involving the charming and unparalleled playboy, Don Giovanni, as well as his shocking end. This dramatic and fast-paced opera is based on the legend of Don Juan, a legendary charmer who seduces a young woman, kills her father and is taken to hell by the father's ghost, which appears in the form of a stone statue. The story is accompanied by the devilishly charming protagonist, his endearing servant Leporello and a number of beautiful arias sung by the leading female roles, climaxing in a breathtaking confrontation with the stone statue and the final descent into hell. This production by Grischa ASAGAROFF is set in Venice, with the lead role based on real-life 18th-century charmer, Casanova.

A veteran Italian conductor Paolo OLMI returns to our podium after a decade. We welcome Italian Bass-Baritone Simone ALBERGHINI as the seductive Don Giovanni, along with Eleonora BURATTO as Donna Anna, whose supple voice has graced many notable theatres, star mezzo-soprano Serena MALFI as Donna Elvira, seasoned Mozart and baroque opera specialist Renato DOLCINI as Leporello, and a up-and-coming tenor Giovanni SALA as Don Ottavio.

* Please note that there might be changes depending on the Covid-19 situation.

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