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Performer: San Carlo Theatre

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NaplesSiroe rè di PersiaNew Production

Vinci: Siroe rè di Persia
Antonio Florio; Elena Barbalich; San Carlo Theatre; Tommaso Lagattolla; Francesco Marsiglia; Cristina Alunno

NaplesDon Checco

De Giosa: Don Checco
Francesco Lanzillotta; Lorenzo Amato; San Carlo Theatre; Nicola Rubertelli; Giusi Giustino; Domenico Colaianni; Barbara Bargnesi

NaplesCosì fan tutte

Mozart: Così fan tutte
Riccardo Muti; Chiara Muti; San Carlo Theatre; Leila Fteita; Alessandro Lai; Maria Bengtsson; Paola Gardina

NaplesKáťa Kabanová

Janáček: Káťa Kabanová
Juraj Valčuha; Willy Decker; San Carlo Theatre; Wolfgang Gussmann; Pavla Vykopalová; Barbara Haveman

NaplesLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Alessandro Palumbo; Francesco Saponaro; San Carlo Theatre; Lino Fiorito; Giorgio Berrugi; Matteo Lippi
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A low profile staging for Nabucco in Naples

Giovanni Meoni (Nabucco) © Luciano Romano
Jean-Paul Scarpitta’s San Carlo staging was almost as minimal as a biblical oratorio.
***11
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A solid, dramatic staging for Rigoletto in Naples

Saimir Pirgu (The Duke of Mantua) and Nino Surguladze (Maddalena) © Francesco Squeglia
A trusty and convincing version of the masterpiece, with a cast of well-matched singers.
****1
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Tosca finally set in its own time and place

Brian Jagde (Cavaradossi) and Ainhoa Arteta (Tosca) © Luciano Romano
After a number of eccentric stagings, Mario Pontiggia's traditional production is a hit in Naples. 
***11
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A fantastic folle journée at Teatro di San Carlo

Bruno de Simone (Beaupertuis), Zuzana Marková	 (Elena) and Pietro Adaini (Fadinard) © Francesco Squeglia
A fresh, gleaming production of director Elena Barbalich, with as much vaudeville as possible
*****
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A study in black and terror in Naples

Natalia Kreslina (Katerina) © Luciano Romano
Many scenes could risk to be particularly disturbing,  but their overt brutality appeared functional, to the structure of the drama. A dark, gloomy story as unambiguously told as it should be.
****1
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