The passionate and timeless story between two young artists living in the Quartier Latin of Paris in the first half of the nineteenth century is perhaps the most popular work of the entire operatic repertoire. Giacomo Puccini was inspired by Scènes de la vie bohème, a collection of short episodes written by Henri Murger that the usual librettists Luigi Illia and Giuseppe Giacosa turned into a poignant love story centered on the painter Rodolfo and the unfortunate Mimì.
La Bohème debuted in Turin in February of 1896 and, although little recognized by the critics of the time, it quickly succeeded on all the international stages. The performance will be directed by Arnaud Bernard in a production of the Opera of Zagreb and the musical direction will be entrusted to Diego Matheuz.
Posted by São Carlos on Thursday, 23 May 2019
Mimì Natalia Tanasii (the 7th, 9th, 14th and 16th), Susana Gaspar (the 11th)
Rodolfo Dmytro Popov (the 7th, 9th, 14th and 16th), Carlos Cardoso (day 11)
Musetta Julia Novikova
Marcello Christian Luján
Schaunard Diogo Oliveira
Colline André Henriques
Mário Redondo Parpignol
Costa Campos Customscustodian João Oliveira
June 7th, 9th, 11th, 14th, 2019, at 8pm | June 16th at 4pm
HNK Zagreb - National Theater of Croatia.
By Giacomo Puccini [1858-1924]. Opera in four acts with a libretto by Luigi Illica [1857-1919] and Giuseppe Giacosa [1847-1906]. Diego Matheuz, musical direction; Arnaud Bernard, staging; choir of the Teatro Nacional de São Carlos.
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