Don Pasquale

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Don Pasquale

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OPERA BUFFA IN THREE ACTS (1843)
LIBRETTO GIOVANNI RUFFINI (IN ITALIAN)
 

TEATRO COLÓN NEW PRODUCTION

When buffo seemed reviled and the arrival of Romanticism´s serious opera was imminent, Donizetti showed that this genre possibilities could still be reformulated and exploited. Don Pasquale is often considered the last great opera buffa of the belcantista Italian school. Set in the19th-century Rome, with an archetypal protagonist (the old man mad of love, attracted by a younger woman) it is the 69th title of Bergamo´s genius. It was premiered in 1843 at the Italian Theater in Paris, the city where Donizetti lived in the final stage of his compositional career.

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GUEST CONDUCTOR

Srba Dinić

Born in Nis, Serbia. He studied piano, chamber music and conducting at the Belgrade Academy of Music. In 2001 he was hired by maestro Miguel Gómez-Martínez as the conductor of the Bernese Opera House.

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Permanent Orchestra

It is one of the oldest symphonic groups in Argentina.

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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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STAGE DIRECTOR

Fabio Sparvoli

He began his activity as a stage director in Rome with some shows of experimental theater, accompanied by Mario Scaccia and Gianfranco Varetto.

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SET DESIGN

Enrique Bordolini

He studied at ISATC where he was responsible for the design of the lighting systems (1979), directed the stage modernization project (1989) and was Director of Stage Production.

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COSTUME DESIGN

Imme Möller

She was the Coordinator of the Costume Area of the Municipal Theater of Santiago de Chile until 2013 and in 2015 she became the Costume Director of São Paulo’s Municipal Theater (Brazil).

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BASS BARITONE

Nicola Ulivieri

A singer with an important international career, he performs regularly at the MET, Teatro alla Scala, La Fenice, Salzburg Festival, Aix en Provence, Theater an der Wien, Washington Opera, Teatro Real de Madrid, Liceu de Barcelona, La Monnaie de Bruselas, Lyon Opera, Welsh Nati

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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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BARITONE

Víctor Torres

Graduated from ISATC, he perfected his studies with Ernst Haefliger and Gerard Souzay.

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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

Laura Polverini

Winner of the San Juan International Opera Competition to perform the role of Lucia di Lammermmoor. She is a current member of the Teatro Colón Permanent Choir.

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Constanza Díaz Falú

Art and singing teacher. She perfected in Opera at the ISATC. She was a member of the "Opera Estudio" of the Teatro Argentino de La Plata. She won the "Alejandro Cordero" Competition (2015).

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BARITONE

Darío Solari

He is one of the most important interpreters of the bel canto repertoire. He has played roles such as Macbeth, Simon Boccanegra, Germont, Enrico, Figaro and Escamillo.

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Cristian Maldonado

He studied at ISATC and took master classes with Teresa Berganza and Sherill Milnes.

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Luis Loaiza Isler

Winner of the "Alejandro Cordero" contest in Buenos Aires, he was a finalist in the "Laguna Mágica" contest in Chile, "Internacional de Canto Lírico, Ciudad De Trujillo" in Peru and "Concours international de belcanto Vincenzo Bellini" in Marseille.

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TENOR

Santiago Ballerini

He performs in the main lyric theaters of America.

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Santiago Martínez

His teachers are Ana María González and Enrique Ricci. She has participated in masterclasses with Viorica Cortez, Raúl Gimenez and Juan Diego Florez. For the Teatro Colón she has sung in: Three Sisters by P. Etvos, Stabat Mater by G. Rossini, Turandot by G.

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