The Ban Of Love

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The Ban Of Love

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COMIC OPERA IN TWO ACTS (1836) 
MUSIC AND LIBRETTO BY RICHARD WAGNER
INSPIRED BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S MEASURE BY MEASURE
ARGENTINE PREMIERE

The Ban on Love is a light comedy from the mid-nineteenth century that had two baptisms to its measure: the first was suspended because the protagonist forgot his part; and the second, because the cast got involved in a massive brawl. Inspired by Shakespeare's Measure by Measure, this piece is not often staged and its author, a young Wagner, could never see it during his lifetime. An invitation to draw back humorously the hidden veils of the puritanical hypocrisy of authority: a call to pleasure.

NEW PRODUCTION OF MADRID'S ROYAL THEATRE IN CO-PRODUCTION WITH TEATRO COLÓN IN BUENOS AIRES AND LONDON'S ROYAL OPERA HOUSE 

Das Liebesverbot by Richard Wagner, published by Breitkopf & Härtel

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DIRECTOR MUSICAL INVITADO

Oliver von Dohnanyi

Nació en 1955 la ciudad de Trencˇín (ex Checoslovaquia, actual Eslovaquia). Estudió violín, dirección y composición en la Academia de Música de Praga con Václav Neumann y en la Universidad de Música y Arte de Viena con Otmar Suitner.

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Permanent Orchestra

It is one of the oldest symphonic groups in Argentina.

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DIRECCIÓN DE ESCENA

Kasper Holten

Nació en 1973 en Copenhage, Dinamarca. Estudió Teatro y Música en la universidad de la capital danesa, antes de trabajar como asistente de los directores John Cox, David Pountney y Harry Kupfer.

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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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SOPRANO

Lise Davidsen

La joven intérprete alcanzó notoriedad en 2015 cuando se consagró en los concursos Operalia en Londres y en el Queen Sonia International Music Competition. Ese mismo año fue, además, tres veces premiada en el Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition en Amsterdam.

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SOPRANO

Jaquelina Livieri

Born in Rosario, she graduated from the Teatro Colón Institute of Advanced Studies in Art (ISATC). She has sung roles as Adina, Giulietta, Papagena, Pamina, Zerlina, Oscar, Micaela, Susanna, Norina, Lucia and Gilda in the main theaters of the country.

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SOPRANO

María Hinojosa

Se licenció en canto y lied en la Escuela Superior de Música de Cataluña con la máxima calificación.

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SOPRANO

Mónica Ferracani

Profesora de Piano y egresada de la Carrera de Canto Lírico del ISATC, interpretó más de 60 papeles en el Teatro Colón.

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TENOR

Peter Lodahl

El cantante danés comenzó su carrera en la Ópera de Kiel (Alemania), en la Komische Oper Berlin y, actualmente, es considerado uno de los tenores más sofisticados de su generación.  En la Royal Danish Opera ha interpretado un vasto repertorio, además de presentarse en 

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TENOR

Pablo Pollitzer

Estudió en el Conservatorio Nacional Carlos López Buchardo, en el Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón y en la Universidad Nacional de las Artes. Se perfeccionó en el repertorio barroco, clásico y de música de cámara en Argentina, Suiza y Alemania.

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BAJO

Christian Hübner

Nacido en Alemania, comenzó sus estudios vocales en la Academia de Música de Colonia con el Profesor Hans Sotin y los continuó en la Escuela Superior de Música de Colonia, de donde se graduó con honores, luego de haber recibido una beca en la Asociación de Richard Wagner (Alem

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BASS-BARITONE

Mariano Gladić

He began his musical training at the Luis Gianneo Conservatory in Mar del Plata. He moved to Buenos Aires to train as an actor with various teachers, such as Héctor Bidonde, Rubén Szuchmacher, Helena Tritek and Claudio Martínez Bel (clown).

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BASS

Hernán Iturralde

He studied at the School of Advanced Musical Studies in Karlsruhe (Germany) with Aldo Baldin. He made his debut in Europe with the Petite Messe Solennelle directed by Helmuth Rilling and since then he has sung in Germany, France, Spain, the United States and Latin America.

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BARITONE

Gustavo Gibert

He performed in almost forty operas at the Teatro Colón, including titles by composers such as Mozart, Donizetti, Verdi, Massenet, Strauss, Puccini, Gounod, Wagner, among others.

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