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La bohème

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Dutch National Opera and BalletWaterlooplein 22, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Dates/times in Amsterdam time zone
Programme
Puccini, Giacomo (1858-1924)La bohèmeLibretto by Luigi Illica, Giuseppe Giacosa
Performers
Dutch National Opera
Renato PalumboConductor
Benedict AndrewsDirector
Victoria BehrCostume Designer
Johannes SchützSet Designer
Grazia DoronzioSopranoMimì
Joyce El-KhourySopranoMusetta
Atalla AyanTenorRodolfo
Massimo CavallettiBaritoneMarcello
Morschi FranzTenorParpignol (venditore ambulante)
Thomas OliemansBaritoneSchaunard
Matteo PeironeBassAlcindoro, Benoît
Gianluca BurattoBassColline
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest
Chorus of Dutch National Opera

In December, Dutch National Opera presents one of the all-time favourite operas: La bohème, in a new co-production with English National Opera.

Giacomo Puccini based his opera on Henri Murger’s bookScènes de la vie de bohème about the lives of young, struggling Parisian artists. In La bohème the composer turned everyday emotions into great art, writing sensitive passages with the legendary climactic aria ‘Che gelida manina’, the moment the lead characters Rodolfo and Mimì discover their love for one another.

The internationally renowned conductor Renato Palumbo makes his Dutch National Opera debut, as do the prominent director Benedict Andrews and, as decor designer, the visual artist Johannes Schütz. Debutes with DNO as well for the two leads: Atalla Ayan (Rodolfo) and Sonya Yoncheva (Mimì). The popular Dutch baritone Thomas Oliemans (Papageno in Die Zauberflöte) returns as the musician Schaunard.

Dutch National Opera (De Nationale Opera)
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