The Teatro Massimo on tour in Oman

The Teatro Massimo on tour in Oman

Franco Zeffirelli’s original production of La Fille du Régiment by Donizetti, directed by Filippo Crivelli, has flown towards the Royal Opera House of Muscat, Sultanate and Oman’s capital city. It's a very important step, marking the Theatre’s return to the international scene. The tour involves 162 people including technicians, choir, orchestra and other staff members.
Three performances at the Royal Opera House of Muscat for Donizetti’s opera, from 11-14 May.
On May 18, a concert with soprano Diana Damrau and bass-baritone Nicolas Testé.

Conductor: Keri-Lynn Wilson
Director: Filippo Crivelli
Ripresa da: Alberto Cavallotti
Scene and costume designs: Franco Zeffirelli
Lighting designs: Bruno Ciulli   
Coreographer: Giuseppe Bonanno   

Master of Chorus: Piero Monti
             
A production of the Teatro Massimo

Marie: Desirée Rancatore
Tonio: Shalva Mukeria / Pietro Adaini
Sulpice: Vincenzo Taormina
Marquise de Berkenfield: Anna Maria Chiuri
Duchesse de Krakenthorp: Daniela Mazzucato
Hortensius: Paolo Orecchia
Un caporal: Claudio Levantino
Un paysan: Francesco Polizzi
Le maître de ballet: Giuseppe Bonanno
Pianista in scena: Giacomo Gati

Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Massimo
Maestro del Coro: Piero Monti

 

Diana Damrau - Soprano in Concert

Music by Rossini, Gounod, Massenet, Wagner, Verdi,
Mascagni, Ponchielli, Bellini

Conducto: Keri-Lynn Wilson
Soprano: Diana Damrau
Bass: Nicolas Testé

Teatro Massimo Orchestra

  • The Teatro Massimo on tour in Oman 2103 - Gallery Teatro MassimoDesirée Rancatore - ph Rosellina Garbo
  • The Teatro Massimo on tour in Oman 2104 - Gallery Teatro MassimoDesirée Rancatore e Shalva Mukeria - ph Rosellina Garbo
  • The Teatro Massimo on tour in Oman 2105 - Gallery Teatro MassimoThe conductor, Keri-Lynn Wilson - ph Rosellina Garbo
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  • The Teatro Massimo on tour in Oman 2109 - Gallery Teatro MassimoDiana Damrau and Nicolas Testé