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TEATRO DEL GIGLIO - Pia de' Tolomei

typology: music, cinema
Area: Piana di Lucca
District/Locality: Lucca (LU) - Italy

The Teatro del Giglio, which has always been the artistic and cultural point of reference of the city of Lucca, has since 1985 been recognized as the Theater of Tradition. Its birth dates back more than three centuries ago when the Council of the Republic of Lucca established by decree a public theater that had intense artistic activity over the centuries. The Music Season is a custom, inaugurates theatrical season which also includes a Prose Season, and a Dance Season.

Four calendar appointments for the Opera Season 2017/18
Saturday March 17 at 9 pm: Pia de 'Tolomei. Lyrical tragedy in two parts on Salvatore Cammarano's booklet. Music by Gaetano Donizetti.

Last title of the Lyrical Season 2017-2018, arrives at the Teatro del Giglio - in the Verdi Theater in Pisa - Pia de 'Tolomei, one of the inexplicably less frequented Donizetti masterpieces. Comprised for the Teatro La Fenice of Venice, Pia de 'Tolomei - who, on the destruction of La Fenice because of a fire, debuted on 18 February 1837 at Teatro Apollo, now Goldoni Theater - a story of jealousy, death and forgiveness, based on the character of the noble and noble noblewoman whom Dante writes in the song V of Purgatory.

Directed by Andrea Cigni.
Orchestra of Tuscany directed by Master Christopher Franklin.
Ars Lyrica Choir, directed by Master Marco Bargagna.

Cast: Pia, wife of Nello: Francesca Tiburzi, Ghino Degli Armieri, cousin of Nello: Giulio Pelligra, Nello Della Pietra: Valdis Jansons, Rodrigo, brother of Pia: Compared Marina, Piero, hermit: Andrea Comelli, Ubaldo, servant of Nello : Giuseppe Raimondo, Bice: Silvia Regazzo, Lamberto, Ancient Servant of the Tolomei: Claudio Mannino.
TEATRO DEL GIGLIO - Opera season
Lucca, piazza del Giglio, 17
18 November 2017/17 March 2018
Pia de' Tolomei
March 17, 2018
at 21:00
entrance fee: € 20,00 / 55,00

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