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I DUELLANTI (SALE APOLLINEE)



La Fenice Opera House: Sale Apollinee

Musics: Paolo Furlani

Director: Michele Modesto Casarin

Conductor: Alberto Maron

Conception: Marco Gnaccolini

Costumes: Licia Lucchese

Dresser Assistant: Alessandra Dolce/Caterina Volpato

Director Assistant: Matteo Campagnol

Masks:

Coordination: Emanuele Pasqualini

Dates and times

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Date

Time

Description

Sale

mar

2017-10-31

20:00

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mer

2017-11-01

12:00

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mer

2017-11-01

20:00

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gio

2017-11-02

11:00

TO THE STDENTS ONLY

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gio

2017-11-02

20:00

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dom

2017-11-05

12:00

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dom

2017-11-05

20:00

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lun

2017-11-06

20:00

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mar

2017-11-07

20:00

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mar

2017-11-21

12:00

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mar

2017-11-21

20:00

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gio

2017-11-23

20:00

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lun

2017-12-04

20:00

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mar

2017-12-05

11:00

TO THE STUDENTS ONLY

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mar

2017-12-05

20:00

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mer

2017-12-06

11:00

TO THE STUDENTS ONLY

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mer

2017-12-06

17:00

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sab

2017-12-09

20:00

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dom

2017-12-10

12:00

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I DUELLANTI
Notturno settecento
Musical Theater performance

with

Ensemble Harmonica Prattica
Anna Girò | Ilenia Tosatto (soprano)
Trepolmoni | Andrea Biscontin (tenor)
Catte | Claudia Bellemo, Manuela Massimi
Carlo Goldoni | Matteo Fresch
Antonio Vivaldi and Tagliacarne | Michele Modesto Casarin
Baldassare Galuppi and Beccaferro | Emanuele Fortunati


committed by La Fenice Opera House
with Pantakin Commedia, Woodstock Teatro and Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello

world premiere

Summoned by the powerful Count Grimani, Carlo Goldoni witnesses the challenge between the mature Antonio Vivaldi and a young Baldassare Galuppi: the great poet was to be given the task of writing a libretto for the winner’s opera. In a nutshell, this is the plot of I duellanti, a performance of theatre and music commissioned by Teatro La Fenice and staged by the Venetian companies Pantakin and Woodstock Teatro: the dispute, which is almost like the finale one of today’s talent shows, takes place in public, amidst the festive, decadent atmosphere of an eighteenth-century Venice. The recited part, which also includes two masks of Commedia dell’Arte, is complemented by music inspired by that period and invented for the occasion by Paolo Furlani.