Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny

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Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny

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OPERA IN THREE ACTS (1930) 
MUSIC BY KURT WEILL
LIBRETTO BY BERTOLT BRECHT

Rise and fall of the City of Mahagonny is an opera in three acts with music by Kurt Weill and libretto by Bertolt Brecht. 

CO-PRODUCTION OF SANTIAGO DE CHILE'S TEATRO MUNICIPAL, TEATRO MAYOR IN BOGOTÁ AND TEATRO COLÓN.

Original Publisher: Universal Edition. Exclusive representative: Barry Editorial www.barryeditorial.com.ar

HAND PROGRAM

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DIRECTOR MUSICAL INVITADO

David Syrus

El músico y director británico fue hasta este año Jefe de Estudios Musicales de The Royal Opera, Covent Garden, cargo que asumió en 1993.

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Permanent Orchestra

It is one of the oldest symphonic groups in Argentina.

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STAGE DIRECTOR

Marcelo Lombardero

He has been involved in opera since his childhood, first as a member of the Teatro Colón Children's Choir and Permanent Choir, and later as a renowned baritone in theaters in America and Europe.

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ART DIRECTOR AND SET DESIGNER

Diego Siliano

He is a professor of Scenotechnia and Scenoplastics at the National University of the Arts in Buenos Aires.

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COSTUME DESIGNER

Luciana Gutman

Costume designer and art director, she has been designing for the theater since 1997.

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LIGHTING

José Luis Fiorruccio

He began his career as a stage technician when he joined the Teatro Colón in 1967. In 1980 he won the position of Head of the Lighting Department and was Technical Director of the theater 2000-2001 and 2005-2008.

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COREÓGRAFO

Ignacio González Cano

Comenzó su formación en su pueblo natal, Alberdi, y la completó en la ciudad de Buenos Aires. Trabajó con coreógrafos y directores como Ana María Stekelman, Oscar Araiz, Laura Roatta, Alfredo Rodríguez Arias, Marcelo Lombardero, Jean François Casanovas y Claudio Gallardou.

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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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MEZZOSOPRANO

Iris Vermillion

Se presenta regularmente en los teatros más prestigiosos de Europa, entre ellos, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Ópera Stuttgart, Bavarian State Opera, Vienna State Opera y Teatro alla Scala.

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MEZZOSOPRANO

Alejandra Malvino

Egresó de la carrera de Canto y Maestría del Instituto del Teatro Colón. Desde 1994 participa en las temporadas líricas del Teatro Colón y del Teatro Argentino de La Plata.

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SOPRANO

Nicola Beller Carbone

Nacida en Alemania, estudió Arte Dramático en Zaragoza y Canto en la Escuela Superior de Canto de Madrid. En 1991 entra al Opernstudio de la Bayerischen Staatsoper München donde se formó con A. Varnay.

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SOPRANO

María Victoria Gaeta

Inició sus estudios musicales en el 2004 en el Conservatorio Nacional “Carlos López Buchardo” (IUNA) y cursa la carrera de canto en el Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón bajo la guía de Marta Blanco y Eduviges Picone.

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TENOR

Nikolai Schukoff

Nacido en Graz, el cantante austríaco es una figura destacada de la ópera y los conciertos internacionales. Estudió en el Mozarteum de Salzburgo, donde obtuvo la “Lilli-Lehmann-Medaille”.

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TENOR

Gustavo López Manzitti

He was born in Buenos Aires. He studied piano at the Carlos López Buchardo National Conservatory, harmony, composition and orchestral conducting.

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TENOR

Pedro Espinoza

Es profesor de IB Music Program en St. Gabriel’s School y maestro de canto en la Academia Verónica Villarroel.

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TENOR

Fernando Chalabe

Graduated from the ISATC, he sang in Aida, Andrea Chénier, Doña Francisquita, Onieguin, The Gold of the Rhine, The Nightingale and Boris Godunov, among others.

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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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BARÍTONO

Luis Gaeta

Estudió canto en el ISATC y con el maestro Carlos Guichandut. Realizó cursos de posgrado con Gina Cigna y Margarita Wallmann. Ganó los concursos de la Fundación Teatro Colón 1979 y 1980, el de la Institución Internacional Wagner 1979, y el Doménico Zípoli 1980.

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TENOR

Gonzalo Araya Pereira

Estudió canto y ópera barroca con Silvia Soublette, Patricio Méndez y Manuel Cid. En 2007 debuta con Monostatos en La flauta mágica, en la Ópera Nacional de Chile.

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TENOR

Duilio Smiriglia

Fue alumno del Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón. En 2009 recibió el Premio Revelación, otorgado por la Asociación de Críticos Musicales de la Argentina.

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BARITONE

Luciano Garay

Born in Mar del Plata, he studied at the Luis Gianneo Music Conservatory and in Germany.

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BASS

Iván García

Born in Venezuela. He collaborated with conductors Jordi Savall, Christian Zaccarias, Edmon Colomer, Marcelo Lombardero, Calixto Bieito, among others.

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BARITONE

Alejandro Spies

Born in Esperanza, Santa Fe. He studied with Elisabeth Canis and Bruno D'Astoli. He has a degree in Musical Arts from the UNA and studied at the ISATC. Winner of the Americas Society Competition 2014.

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BAJO

Román Modzelewski

Nacido en Uruguay, estudió con Gabriel Renaud y es egresado del ISATC. Ganó el concurso Internacional de Ópera de San Juan 2011 y, desde 2006, integra el Coro Estable del Teatro Colón.

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