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Antonio Pappano on Verdi at the Italian Cultural Institute

Antonio Pappano on Verdi at the Italian Cultural Institute

Concluding the bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth with Les Vêpres Siciliennes, Maestro Antonio Pappano looks back at how the perception of Verdi has arguably changed for himself and also for the British and Italian public. During his year as a great interpreter, he received huge plaudits from both public and critics for performances of Simon Boccanegra, Don Carlo, Il Ballo…

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La Traviata a Londra

La traviata – the touching story of the self-sacrificing courtesan of the title – has long been one of the most consistently loved of all operas across the world. Verdi’s music is instantly appealing, with a wealth of famous melodies that allow operatic voices to soar and thrill. Royal Opera House- 3 October 2011 to 25 January 2012 Sung in…

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JPYA Summer Performance

The Summer Performance of the Jette Parker Young Artists on the main stage has made a name for itself as an important event at which to spot future stars in a rich and enjoyable showcase of musical and dramatic styles. Singers, conductors, stage director and répétiteur join to present a great afternoon of opera which this year takes its inspiration…

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