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Opera Gioacchino Rossini
Palais Garnier - from 10 September to 09 October 2022
3h10 with 1 interval
Language : Italian
Surtitle : French / English
Opening night : 10 Sept. 2022
In few words:
Relieved of her traditional attributes – velvet slipper and pumpkin carriage – and dominated by a tyrannical stepfather instead of a cruel stepmother, Rossini’s La Cenerentola plays with the traditional figures of the fairy tale. Cinderella lives, nonetheless, in a closed and loveless world, under the yoke of the tyrant she protects. Beneath her goodness smoulders a fire to be unleashed by her encounter with the prince... In this drama giocoso written for the Roman Carnival in 1871 in only 24 days, the young Rossini, with 19 operas to his name already, including Il barbiere di Siviglia, composed a jubilatory score with his famous “crescendi” that stoke up the dramatic tension. Taking up this brilliant and highly contrasted score, Guillaume Gallienne delicately underlines its subtle shades, from sombre melancholy to burlesque.
Dandini: Equerry to the prince
Don Magnifico: Father of Clorinda and Tisbe
Angelina: ALIAS CINDERELLA - Don Magnifico’s step-daughter
Clorinda et Tisbe: Don Magnifico’s daughters
Alidoro: Philosopher, Don Ramiro’s private tutor
- First part 100 mn
- Intermission 30 mn
- Second part 60 mn
Opera in two acts (1817)
Jacopo Ferretti - after Cendrillon, Charles Perrault
La Cenerentola (saison 22/23)- "O Figlie Amabili", Chœurs Ensembles
La Cenerentola (saison 22/23)- Ouverture
La Cenerentola (saison 22/23)- Final acte I
La Cenerentola (saison 22/23) - "Parlar, Pensar Vorrei" (Ensemble)
Sublime in spirit, vivacity, energy, two and a half hours of happiness in which ensembles, duets, trios, quartets, solo arias and even quintets, sextets and septets flow like an unstoppable river [...].Bertrand Renard, Culturebox, 13 juin 2017
As for the music, the choirs and orchestra are perfectFrançois Deletraz, LeFigaro.fr, 25 juin 2017
Gallienne is particularly successful in the encounters between Cenerentola and Alidoro at the beginning of Act 1 and then with Prince Don Ramiro. Two magical moments where time stands still.François Deletraz, LeFigaro.fr, 25 juin 2017
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Free cloakrooms are at your disposal. For safety reasons, the Opera does not accept scooters, rollerblades, skateboards, electric scooters or bulky luggage. The cloakrooms are closed during the day.
Bars offering drinks and light refreshments are available in the public areas, 45 minutes before each performance and during intervals. To avoid queuing during the interval you can place your order as soon as you arrive at the theatre.
€10 for seats with a limited view of the stage and special reduced rates for young people under the age of 28, unemployed and seniors over 65 are available.
You can park your car at the Q-Park Edouard VII. It is located at Rue Bruno Coquatrix 75009 Paris (in front of 23 Rue de Caumartin).