Andrea Chénier

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Andrea Chénier

Descripción

OPERA IN FOUR ACTS (1896)
MUSIC BY UMBERTO GIORDANO
LIBRETTO BY LUIGI ILLICA

When adapting the history of the revolutionary poet André Chénier, Umberto Giordano took Chénier's last inspirational muse and inscribed a romance -unproven in real life- that provided the libretto with a perfect ending: the lives of the French Revolution poet and his lover end in Robespierre's guillotine in 1794. Class struggle, revenge, patriotism, megalomania and romance are the high points of this masterpiece that arrives from the hand of the filmmaker Lucrecia Martel in her debut at Teatro Colón.

TEATRO COLÓN PRODUCTION 

Andrea Chénier by Umberto Giordano with libretto by Luigi Illica. Original publisher: Casa Musicale Sonzogno Milano Di Piero Ostati Milano. Exclusive representative of Melos Ediciones Musicales. www.melos.com.ar

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CONDUCTOR

Christian Badea

He is one of today's most outstanding opera conductors and has received exceptional recognition throughout his career, which includes prestigious engagements in concert halls and theaters in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia.

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Permanent Orchestra

It is one of the oldest symphonic groups in Argentina.

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GUEST CONDUCTOR

Mario Perusso

He studied at the Alberto Williams Conservatory and continued his training with Cayetano Marcolli (Composition) and Mariano Drago (Conducting). He was a scholarship holder of the Latin American Center for Higher Musical Studies of the Torcuato Di Tella Institute.

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STAGE DIRECTOR REVIVALIST

Matías Cambiasso

He was born in Buenos Aires, where he studied music, filmmaking, theater direction and art history at the University of Buenos Aires. He graduated from the ISATC, where he later taught his specialty.

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SET DESIGNER

Eduardo Caldirola

He studied drawing, painting and set design at the Schools of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires.

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LIGHTING DESIGNER

Rubén Conde

He began his career at the Teatro Colón and he has been supervisor of the Lighting Section since 1988. He is currently Head of the section.

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CHOREOGRAPHER

Carlos Trunsky

He graduated from ISATC as a dancer with the José Neglia medal and was a member of the Teatro Colón Permanent Ballet from 1987 to 2012. He was also a dancer of the Contemporary Ballet of the San Martín Theater, directed by Oscar Araiz.

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Miguel Martínez

He began studying piano at the School of Fine Arts in Quilmes and finished his studies at the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires.

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Stable Choir

The Stable Choir of the Teatro Colón was created in 1925. In its first season it was directed by Achille Consoli and César Stiattesi. The following year, Rafael Terragnolo took over, and he continued to lead the Coro for twenty-five years.

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TENOR

José Cura

After studying Composition and Conducting in Rosario, he moved to Buenos Aires in 1984 and studied vocal technique with Horacio Amauri, evolving his voice towards that of a tenor with baritone tints, which brought him international fame.

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TENOR

Gustavo López Manzitti

He was born in Buenos Aires. His vocal technique teachers were Carlos Guichandut, Giovanni Consiglio, Peter Elkus, David Christopher, among others.

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BARITONE

Fabián Veloz

He studied at Teatro Colón Institute of Advanced Studies in Art (ISATC) and perfected his skills in the United States.

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BARITONE

Leonardo Estévez

He studied at the Alberto Ginastera Music Conservatory in Morón. He is a graduate of the Singing Career and the Master's Degree of the Superior Art Institute of the Teatro Colón.

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SOPRANO

María Pía Piscitelli

She performs regularly in the most important theaters of the lyric scene, such as Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Teatro della Opera in Rome, German Opera in Berlin, Opera in Paris, Teatro Liceu in Barcelona, Opera in San Francisco, Teatro Municipal in Santiago de Chile and Nation

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SOPRANO

Daniela Tabernig

She was born in the city of Santa Fe, Argentina. She began her musical studies at the Instituto Constancio Carminio (Paraná) obtaining the title of Professor of Music.

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