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GASPARE SPONTINI, LE METAMORFOSI DI PASQUALE



Venice: Malibran Theater

Conductor & Harpsichord: Gianluca Capuano

Director: Bepi Morassi

Sets & Costumes: Scuola di Scenografia dell’Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia

Sets: Piero De Francesco

Costumes: Elena Utenti

Running time: 1h30'

Dates and times

Day

Date

Time

Description

Sale

ven

2018-01-19

19:00

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dom

2018-01-21

15:30

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mar

2018-01-23

19:00

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Not available

gio

2018-01-25

19:00

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sab

2018-01-27

15:30

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World premiere in San Moisé Theater on 16 Juanuary, 1802

critical publication Federico Agostinelli
Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini edition
special support of the Centre for the Study of Flemish Music

World premiere in modern age


cast

Lisetta Irina Dubrovskaya
Il marchese Giorgio Misseri
Costanza Michela Antenucci
Il cavaliere/ Un sergente Christian Collia
Frontino Carlo Checchi
Pasquale Andrea Patucelli
Barone Francesco Basso

Conductor Gianluca Capuano
Director Bepi Morassi
Sets & Costumes Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia
Sets Piero De Francesco
Costumes Elena Utenti

La Fenice Opera House new production
with Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini di Jesi


The amazing discovery in Ursel Castle in Hingene (Belgium) of four handwritten manuscripts by Gaspare Spontini that had been believed to be lost, made it possible to fill some of the gaps in the biography of the composer and his artistic production since they are operas that belong to a lesser documented but crucial period for the musician’s development. With its modern day première, Le metamorfosi di Pasquale (Rome 1802) is now being staged at Teatro La Fenice thanks to an invaluable co-production with Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini di Jesi, interrupting a fruitful and virtuous collaboration in the interest of enhancing our music heritage.





The amazing discovery in Ursel Castle in Hingene (Belgium) of four handwritten manuscripts by Gaspare Spontini that had been believed to be lost, made it possible to fill some of the gaps in the biography of the composer and his artistic production since they are operas that belong to a lesser documented but crucial period for the musician’s development. With its modern day première, Le metamorfosi di Pasquale (Rome 1802) is now being staged at Teatro La Fenice thanks to an invaluable co-production with Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini di Jesi, interrupting a fruitful and virtuous collaboration in the interest of enhancing our music heritage