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Venue: Teatro La Fenice, Venice

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AddressVenice
Veneto
Italy
Google maps45° 26' 0.763" N 12° 20' 0.812" E
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VeniceLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Stefano Ranzani; Christophe Gayral; Teatro La Fenice; Claudia Pavone; Matteo Lippi; Alessandro Luongo; Coro del Teatro La Fenice

VeniceIl trovatore

Verdi: Il trovatore
Daniele Callegari; Lorenzo Mariani; Teatro La Fenice; Luca Micheletti; Roberta Mantegna; Carmen Topciu; Piero Pretti

VeniceLa cambiale di matrimonio

Rossini: La Cambiale di Matrimonio (The Marriage Contract)
Alvise Casellati; Enzo Dara; Teatro La Fenice; Fabio Barettin; Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice

VeniceIl barbiere di Siviglia

Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia
Federico Maria Sardelli; Bepi Morassi; Teatro La Fenice; Lauro Crisman; Josè Maria Lo Monaco; Laura Verrecchia

VeniceSol Gabetta & Bertrand Chamayou

Schumann, Britten, Chopin
Sol Gabetta; Bertrand Chamayou
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La Fenice reopens its doors with Vivaldi's first opera

Ottone in villa © Michele Crosera
The lack of a curtain has forced the director to employ a new inventiveness, if only with partially success.
***11
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Beware Posa! A black, bleak Don Carlo opens season at La Fenice

Alex Esposito (Filippo II) © Michele Crosera
Maestro Myung-Whun Chung leads an almost all-Italian cast in an impressive performance of Verdi’s most ambiguous masterpiece.
*****
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A second chance for a teenager Mozart in Venice

Il re pastore at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice © Michele Crosera
Il re pastore seems to be a work that deserves to be included in the repertoire for its undoubted qualities and not only because it foreshadows the genius of the works that will follow.
***11
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A psychological Macbeth at La Fenice

Vittoria Yeo (Lady Macbeth) and Luca Salsi (Macbeth) © Michele Crosera
This is one of Michieletto's simplest stagings yet, the imagery used to a minimum to allow for focus on the psychological core.
*****
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A regal, integral version of Semiramide in Venice

Alex Esposito (Assur) and Jessica Pratt (Semiramide) © Michele Crosera
La Fenice presents Rossini’s monumental farewell to Italy and to 18th-century tradition in Ligorio’s elegant new production with a superb cast.
*****
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La Fenice's superb new Widow is always Merry, even without sequins and ostrich feathers

Christoph Pohl (Count Danilo) © Michele Crosera
Damiano Michieletto's new production in Venice sets the operetta in the 1950s. 
*****
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Verdi at full throttle: Attila returns to La Fenice

Roberto Tagliavini (Attila) and Vittoria Yeo (Odabella) © Michele Crosera
A zinging account of Verdi's score, making up for Daniele Abbado's nondescript production. 
****1
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Filippo Perocco's Aquagranda at La Fenice

Aquagranda at La Fenice © Michele Crosera
Fifty years ago, on 4 November 1966, Venice was struck by a terrible flood. Now this is the subject of a new opera by composeer Filippo Perocco premiered at the Teatro La Fenice.
****1
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