The symphonic season opens with the great Mariella Devia and Ungaro’s costumes. Tomorrow at 10 am at the theatre’s tailor’s shop, a meeting with the soprano and the great tailor. The day after tomorrow, Wednesday 3, symphonies and scenes from Donizetti’s “Tudor Trilogy”.

The great soprano Mariella Devia and the great couturier Emanuel Ungaro for the appointment that opens the symphonic season at the Teatro Massimo next Wednesday 3 February, at 8.30 pm. Symphonies and scenes from Gaetano Donizetti’s ‘Tudor Trilogy’: Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda and Roberto Devereux. They will be performed by Mariella Devia, who has been interpreting the greatest female characters in the history of opera for over forty years. Signing the stage dresses will be Emanuel Ungaro, the great couturier. Conductor, Francesco Lanzillotta; choirmaster, Piero Monti, 
mise en éspace Alberto Cavallotti.

Tomorrow Tuesday 2 February at 10 a.m. press meeting with Mariella Devia and Emanuel Ungaro at the Teatro Massimo’s tailor’s shop (Piazzetta Aragonesi)

An extraordinary vocalist and exceptional interpretive strength, Devia made her debut in 1973 in Lucia di Lammermoor, marking a milestone that is difficult to surpass in the history of bel canto, as she has been unanimously recognised by audiences and critics in the world’s most important theatres.Emanuel Ungaro, born into a modest family of Italian immigrants in Aix-en-Provence, learned the rudiments of the tailor’s trade with his father, and then set off in search of his own expressive freedom in Paris, where he became one of the leading figures in international fashion. He retired from the Parisian fashion world in 2005. Today he lectures and creates costumes for various opera houses.