El Barbero de Sevilla

The Barber of Seville (original Italian title, Il barbiere di Siviglia) is an opera buffa in two acts with music by Gioachino Rossini and libretto in Italian by Cesare Sterbini, based on the comedy of the same name (1775) by Pierre-Augustin de Beaumarchais. The premiere (under the title Almaviva, o la precaución inútil) took place on 20 February 1816, at the Teatro Argentina, Rome. It was one of the first Italian operas to be performed in the United States of America, premiering there at the Park Theater in New York on 29 November 1825.This opera by Rossini has proved to be one of the great masterpieces of comedy in music. Even after two hundred years, its popularity on the modern opera scene testifies to its greatness.
  • Figaro, barber of Seville, baritone : Vladislav Lisak , Fran García
  • Rosina, pupil of don Bartolo : soprano Rocío Faus (Spain) , Aurora Peña (Spain) , Anastasia Golub (Ukraine)
  • Count of Almaviva (Lindoro), Great of Spain, Rosina’s lover – tenor: Carlos Ortiz (Colombia) Quintin Bueno (Spain)
  • Don Bartolo, doctor of medicine, tutor and suitor of Rosina, bass buffo: Fernando Alvarez (Spain), Alejandro Chelet (Argentina).
  • Don Basilio, professor of music : Alexei Kulagin , Iurie Maimescu ( Moldavian Opera )
  • Berta, housekeeper of Don Bartolo soprano : Laia Valles ( Spain )
  • Fiorello, servant of Almaviva bass: Armando del Hoyo ( Spain)
  • Artistic Direction Leonor Gago
  • Musical Director José Escandell (Spain) – Nicolae Dohotaru ( Moldova)
  • Company: Orchestra and Chorus of the Opera Company L.G Artist Management (LGAM)
  • Production: LGAM Opera Company
wednesday 22 march / 20:30 h
120′ approximately
Patio and club 48 €
Box seating 36 €
Amphitheatre 26 €

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