Teatro Colón with young talents of the ISA present a new production of Don Pasquale
Next Tuesday, September 24 at 8:00 p.m. and with a total of seven functions, the 2019 lyric season of the Teatro Colón will continue with Don Pasquale, the opera bufa by Gaetano Donizetti, in a new production of the Teatro Colón that will feature musical direction of guest teacher Srba Dinić at the head of the Stable Orchestra of the Teatro Colón; stage direction by Fabio Sparvoli, stage design and lighting by Enrique BordoliniImme and costume design by Möller.
The seven scheduled functions will be held on Tuesday 24, Wednesday 25, Friday 27 and Saturday September 28 at 8:00 p.m., Sunday September 29 at 5:00 p.m., and Tuesday 1 and Wednesday October 2 at 8:00 p.m.
Released in 1843 at the Italian Theater in Paris, Don Pasquale de Gaetano Donizetti, is often considered the last great bufa opera of the Italian Belcantist school. Set in nineteenth-century Rome, with an archetypal protagonist (the maddened old man of love, attracted to a younger woman), she first arrived at the theater of Teatro Colón in June 1910 and then returned in fifteen more seasons, the Last in the summer of 1998.
Nicola Ulivieri (24, 27, 29, 1)
Gustavo Gibert (25, 28)
Víctor Torres (2)
Jaquelina Livieri (24, 27, 29, 1)
Laura Polverini (25 , 28)
Constanza Díaz Falú ^^ (2)
Santiago Ballerini (24, 27, 29)
Santiago Martínez (25, 28,1, 2)
Darío Solari (24, 27, 29, 1)
Cristian Maldonado (25, 28)
Luis Loaiza Isler ^^ (2)
Mario de Salvo (24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 1)
Felipe Carelli ^^ (2)
About the Stage Director Fabio Sparvoli
He started his activity as a stage director in Rome with some theater shows experimental, accompanied by Mario Scaccia and Gianfranco Varetto. From the 1980/1981 season, he began a collaboration with Il Piccolo Teatro de Milan, together with Giorgio Strehler, as assistant director (1982-1989). In that period he organized, in Italy and abroad, many emblematic shows of the Company, including Arlecchino, servitore dei due padroni, The Good Soul of Sezuan, The Tempest and The Great Magic. In 1984 he began as a collaborating director in opera with Roberto De Simone, with whom he worked until 1995, performing All’idea di quel metal for the Rossini Festival in Pessaro, La Cenerentola in Genoa and Nabucco in the San Carlo of Naples.
Since 1999 his work led him to the Wexford Festival, Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville, Vittorio Emanuele de Messina Theater, Teatro dell’Opera in Rome, Turin Region, Mikhailovskij Theater in St. Petersburg, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Lille Opera and Theater Municipal of Santiago de Chile. In 2009 he mounted Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi at the Split Opera, achieving great success with the public and critics, followed by a new production of Madama Butterfly in San Carlo in Naples and Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the Teatro Solís in Montevideo . Among many other assemblies are L’Elisir d’amore in Nice and Turin, Les Pecheurs du Perles in Verona and San Carlo in Naples, Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the Alejandro Granada International Opera Festival in Peru, and the Municipal de Santiago; Don Pasquale at the Municipal de Santiago, Milionaria de Nino Rota and Eduardo De Filippo, at the Teatro del Lily de Lucca, at Goldoni de Livorno and Verdi de Pisa.
About the Musical Director Srba Dinic
He was born in Nis, Serbia. He studied piano, chamber music and direction at the Music Academy of Belgrade. In 2001 he was hired by maestro Miguel Gómez-Martínez as conductor of the Berne Opera House. In 2004 he became its titular director and from 2007 to 2013 he held the position equivalent to musical director. His operatic repertoire includes more than sixty titles, from Mozart to Stravinsky, among which are: Don Giovanni, The Magic Flute, The Puritans, Andrea Chénier, Carmen, Cavalleria Rusticana, Madama Butterfly, Tosca, La Traviata, Macbeth, Falstaff, Rigoletto , The barber of Seville, A dance of masks, The knight of the rose, Norma, Aida and La Gioconda.
He has collaborated with orchestras such as the Bern Symphony and Basel; Orchestra of Valencia, of Verona, of the Teatro Massimo of Palermo, of Strings St. George, State of Stuttgart, State of Brunswick; Württemberg and Essen Philharmonics; Symphony of Munich, Belgrade, Nuremberg, Hungarian Radio, Taipei, Shanghai, among others. He was the principal conductor of the Orchestra of the Theater of Fine Arts of Mexico during the last six years, taking it to its highest level in the last 25 years.
With her he has directed more than twenty productions and concerts, such as La bohème and Turandot and, in the Palace of Fine Arts, Rigoletto, Don Giovanni, Mefistófeles, Tosca, Lucia di Lammermoor, as well as productions by Giselle, the 50th Anniversary Gala of the National Dance Company and the concert with Anna Netrebko. Recently he received an award from the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia for the dissemination and promotion of Serbian culture in the world.