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TOMASO ALBINONI, ZENOBIA, REGINA DE’ PALMIRENI



Venice: Malibran Theater

Conductor: Francesco Erle

Director: Francesco Bellotto

Sets: Massimo Checchetto

Costumes: Carlos Tieppo

Light designer: Vilmo Furian

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Time

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thu

2018-02-22

11:00

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fri

2018-02-23

11:00

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sat

2018-02-24

19:00

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cast

Zenobia

Jimin Oh (22 e 24/3) L
igia Ishitani (23/3)

Aureliano
Danilo Pastore (22 e 24/3)
Giulia Mattiello (23/3)

Ormonte
Alfonso Zambuto (22 e 24/3)
Antonio Orsini (23/3)

Filidea
Naoka Ohbayashi (22 e 24/3)
Michele De Coelho (23/3)

Cleonte
Giuseppina Perna (22 e 24/3)
Mariateresa Bonera (23/3)

Lidio
Federico Fiorio (22 e 24/3)
Ulpan Abdinarimova (23/3)

Silvio
Dima Bakri (22 e 24/3)
Miranda Quan (23/3)

Liso
Luca Scapin

Voce di soldato e messo
Francisco Bois

Conductor Francesco Erle
Director Francesco Bellotto
Sets Massimo Checchetto
Costumes Carlos Tieppo
light designer Vilmo Furian

Orchestra barocca del Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello di Venezia

La Fenice Opera House new production
with Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello di Venezia

This year Teatro La Fenice has chosen a relatively unknown score by Tomaso Albinoni for its Opera Giovani project. The musician gained renown for a famous Adagio that he had not even composed himself (the mysteries of the theatre world) whilst his interesting opera works such as this Zenobia, regina de’ Palmireni have been ignored; owing to its setting alone, which has now become relatively well- known because of the tragic vicissitudes that made it fall victim to the blindest kind of fanaticism, this opera offers a direct bridge with the world today. With a libretto by Antonio Marchi, the composition was presented in 1694 at Teatro SS. Giovanni e Paolo in Venice; the plot deals with the story of Zenobia, queen of Palmyra whom the Roman Emperor Aureliano fell in love with.