L’elisir d’amore

L’elisir d’amore

Descripción

COMIC OPERA IN TWO ACTS (1832), WITH LIBRETTO BY FELICE ROMANI BASED ON THE LIBRETTO BY EUGÈNE SCRIBE FOR THE OPERA LE PHILTRE, BY DANIEL FRANCOIS AUBER.


NEW PRODUCTION OF THE TEATRO COLÓN

Conductor
Evelino Pidó

Stage Direction
Emilio Sagi

Set Design
Enrique Bordolini

Costumes
Renata Schussheim

Lighting
Eduardo Bravo


TEATRO COLÓN PERMANENT ORCHESTRA

TEATRO COLÓN PERMANENT CHOIR
Choirmaster
Miguel Martínez


Main Interpreters

NEMORINO
Javier Camarena / Santiago Martínez

ADINA
Nadine Sierra / Oriana Favaro

DOCTOR DULCAMARA
Ambrogio Maestri / Ricardo Seguel

BELCORE
Alfredo Daza / Germán Alcántara

GIANNETTA
Florencia Machado / María Luisa Merino


One of the most celebrated operas of the Italian repertoire, L'elisir d'amore is a romantic comedy with which Donizetti reconquered his audience and established himself as one of the most successful composers of his generation. The plot introduces us to the naive peasant Nemorino, who tries to make his beloved, Adina, fall in love with him by means of a supposed magic elixir. The false "healer", Dr. Dulcamara, and the swaggering army sergeant, Belcore, complete the leading cast of this amusing story of mischief and love entanglements, which of course ends in a happy ending. The music, beautiful and full of nuances, includes the famous aria "Una furtiva lágrima".

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