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Coming to Italy and not attending the opera is like not eating pizza or not taking a photo of yourself preteniding to lean on the Pisa Tower. If you are visiting Rome you will have the oportunity to attend a world class representation of one of the most famous operas in the world.
For over a century La Bohème has attracted audiences of theaters around the world. The story brought to the stage by Puccini is one of those who can speak to different eras and generations. La Boheme tells the illusions, dreams and hopes of youth who come into collision with the harsh realities of life: a universal theme today. The magnificent direction by Franco Zeffirelli brings the opera to life on the stage of the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome, one of the most beautiful and magical venues for opera. A must-see event for all lovers of the genre.
Music by Giacomo Puccini Opera in four acts
Libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica Director James Conlon and directed by Franco Zeffirelli Scene Costumes Piero Tosi choirmaster Roberto Gabbiani Interpreters Rodolfo Ramón Vargas / Stefano Secco Schaunard Vito Priante Hibla Gerzmava Mimì / Marcello Franco Maria Jose Siri Vassallo / Marco Luca Salsi Hills Spotti / Giovanni Battista Parodi Musetta Patrizia Ciofi / Ellie Dehn
Premiere Thursday, June 16, 2011 at 20:30 (session A)
Friday, June 17 at 20.30 (out abb.)
Saturday, June 18 at 18.00 (session D)
Sunday, June 19 17.00 (out abb.)
Tuesday, June 21 20.30 (session B)
Wednesday, June 22 at 20.30 (out abb.)
Thursday, June 23 at 20.30 (session C)
Friday, June 24 at 20.30 (out abb.)
Saturday, June 25 18.00 (out abb.)
Sunday , June 26 at 17.00 (session E)
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