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03. 12. 2023


Anteprima Under 30)

Don Carlo

Sterzing Bell Christmas, Sterzing, South Tyrol

Opera: Don Carlo

Giuseppe Verdi

Opera in four acts

  • Libretto by François-Joseph Méry & Camille Du Locle
  • Conductor Riccardo Chailly
  • Director Lluís Pasqual
  • Stage design Daniel Bianco
  • Costumes Franca Squarciapino
  • Lighting Pascal Mérat
  • Video Franc Aleu
  • Choreographic movements Nuria Castejón
  • Orchestra and Choir of Teatro alla Scala


  • Philip II, King of Spain – René Pape
  • Don Carlos, Infante of Spain – Francesco Meli
  • Rodrigo, Marquis of Posa – Luca Salsi
  • The Grand Inquisitor – Ain Anger
  • A monk – Jongmin Park
  • Elizabeth of Valois – Anna Netrebko / Maria José Siri (Dec. 30, 2023; Jan. 02, 2024.)
  • The Princess of Eboli – Elīna Garanča / Ekaterina Semenchuk (30.12.2023; 02.01.2024)
  • Tebaldo, the page of Elizabeth – Elisa Verzier
  • The Count of Lerma / A Royal Herald – Jinxu Xiahou
  • A voice from heaven – Rosalia Cid

New production of Teatro alla Scala

Having traced the evolution of Verdi’s early creative years with openings of Joan of Arc, Attila and Macbeth, Riccardo Chailly now returns to a masterpiece by the mature composer, Don Carlo, of which he gave a memorable video performance in Amsterdam a few years ago. Schiller’s grand political drama, composed for Paris and adapted for La Scala by Verdi, has always been an unmissable rendezvous for La Scala maestros, from Tullio Serafin to Arturo Toscanini to Claudio Abbado, who conducted it twice on December 7, 1968 and 1977, and Riccardo Muti. For the new production, Lluís Pasqual returns to La Scala, who has made reflection on the Baroque a constant in his work since his experiences at the Teatre Llure in Barcelona and his years with Strehler at the Piccolo and the Odéon in Paris. On stage an absolute reference cast with René Pape, Anna Netrebko, Francesco Meli, Elīna Garanča, Luca Salsi and Ain Anger.

The opera begins at 7:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted.

Fotos: © Teatro alla Scala / Brescia/Amisano / Jiyang Chen / Victor Santiago

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