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  • L’Isola disabitata

    Opera

    Joseph Haydn

    Grand Théâtre de Dijon - from 27 to 28 November 2021

    Giacomo Mancini / OnP

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L’Isola disabitata

Grand Théâtre de Dijon - from 27 to 28 November 2021

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L’Isola disabitata

Opera Joseph Haydn

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Grand Théâtre de Dijon - from 27 to 28 November 2021

The performances of L’Isola disabitata by Haydn will be moved to the Auditorium on two dates: Saturday 27 November at 8pm and Sunday 28 November at 3pm. This decision has been taken to welcome the artists and the public in optimal conditions.

About

In few words:

Two sisters were abandoned on a desert island. Costanza, the eldest, is engraving on a rock the tale of her sad destiny. Silvia, the youngest, raised in harmony with Nature will face the brutal revelation of the amorous commotion when to men, Enrico and Gernando, will land on the island looking for them. This « azione teatrale » is short piece full of colours and expressive shades where the four characters face the tempest of their own feelings in which blows the upcoming romanticism.

  • L’Isosla disabitata

    • Music :

      Joseph Haydn - (1732 – 1809)

    • Libretto :

      Pietro Metastasio - (1698 – 1782)

    • Conductor :

      Fayçal Karoui

    • Director :

      Luigi de Angelis

    • Set design :

      Luigi de Angelis

    • Lighting design :

      Luigi de Angelis

    • Video :

      Luigi de Angelis

      Andrea Argentieri

    • Dramaturgy :

      Chiara Lagani

    • Costume design :

      Chiara Lagani

    • Lighting :

      César Godefroy

    • Assistant stage director :

      Andrea Argentieri

Performances

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Whether you’re a member of Arop or not, the friends of the Opera can reserve seats for you on all performance dates, including those not yet open for sale and those announced as sold out.

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