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Il barbiere di Siviglia
Tuesday 31 July
Saturday 4 August

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Il barbiere di Siviglia
Tuesday 31 July
Saturday 4 August

Roman Theatre

Tuesday 31 July at 21.30
Saturday 4 August at 21.30

In case of bad weather, performances are postponed to the following day.

Duration: 2 hours 25 minutes

MUSIC DIRECTOR Giampaolo Bisanti
STAGING Adriano Sinivia
SCENERY Enzo Iorio & Adriano Sinivia
LIGHTING Patrick Méeüs
VIDEOS Gabriel Grinda

DON BARTOLO Bruno De Simone
ROSINA Olga Peretyatko
FIGARO Florian Sempey
DON BASILIO Alexey Tikhomirov
BERTA Annunziata Vestri
FIORELLO Gabriele Ribis

Orchestre national de Lyon
Choirs of the Opéras of Avignon and Monte-Carlo

Coproduced with the Lausanne Opera

Opera buffa in 2 acts
Music by Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868)
Libretto by Cesare Sterbini, from the comedy Le Barbier de Séville ou La Précau-tion Inutile by Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais
Created at Rome’s Teatro Argentina on 20 February 1816

The staging of this Barbiere, signed by Adriano Sinivia, promises to be a magnifi-cent extravaganza. It will probably surprise you, and will leave nobody indifferent. It will perfectly exemplify the love for a masterpiece borne by a powerful and sen-sitive imagination. The cast, of prime importance for a total success, calls upon the very best contemporary Rossinian singers, that young generation that is al-ready shining on the world’s greatest stages. The Orchestre National de France will be led by Giampaolo Bisanti, ensuring a pure Rossinian treat. Do come and share this moment, and, for those who still had any doubts, come and have fun close to the stars – it’s possible, and it’s happening at the Chorégies d’Orange.

Jean-Louis Grinda

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