Tosca

Tosca

Descripción

OPERA IN THREE ACTS (1900), WITH BOOK BY LUIGI ILLICA AND GIUSEPPE GIACOSA, BASED ON THE THE THEATRE PLAY LA TOSCA BY VITORIEN SARDOU


TEATRO COLÓN PRODUCTION 

Conductor
Keri-Lynn Wilson

Original Production
Roberto Oswald

Stage Direction
Aníbal Lápiz

Set Design
Roberto Oswald

Costumes
Aníbal Lápiz

Lighting
Rubén Conde


TEATRO COLÓN PERMANENT ORCHESTRA

TEATRO COLÓN PERMANENT CHOIR
Choirmaster
Miguel Martínez

TEATRO COLÓN CHILDREN'S CHOIR
Choirmaster
César Bustamante


Main interpreters

FLORIA TOSCA
​​​​​​​Anna Netrebko (NOV 26, 29)
María Pía Piscitelli (NOV 22, 27, 30 | DIC 3)
Virginia Tola (NOV 24 | DIC 1, 4)

MARIO CAVARADOSSI
Yusif Eyvazov (NOV 26, 29)
Marcelo Puente (NOV 22, 27, 30 | DIC 3)
Enrique Folger (NOV 24 | DIC 1, 4)

BARÓN SCARPIA
Zeljko Lucic (NOV 22, 27, 30 | DIC 3)
Fabián Veloz (NOV 24, 26, 29)
Leonardo López Linares (DIC 1, 4)

CESARE ANGELOTTI
Mario De Salvo (NOV 22, 27, 30 | DIC 3)
Emiliano Bulacios (NOV 24, 26, 29 | DIC 1, 4)


Love, jealousy, murder, betrayal and revenge make up this drama set against the backdrop of the clashes between republicans and royalists in the Italian peninsula at the end of the 18th century. This classic has been linked to the Teatro Colón since the year of the inauguration of its building in 1908 and, since then, it has been performed throughout the decades for 110 years. This production by Roberto Oswald (1933-2013), one of the most important stage directors of the house -who also designed the scenery and lighting- was presented for the first time in 1992 and was performed again in the 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2016 seasons.

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