DVD + Blu-Ray:
Jonathan Miller's Così fan tutte
The Royal Opera bring Mozart’s “school for lovers” to life in Jonathan Miller's contemporary production.
Cosi fan tutte © 2021 Royal Opera House Covent Garden Foundation
Sir Thomas Allen as Don Alfonso and Rebecca Evans as Despina © Royal Opera House / Mike Hoban
Cosi fan tutte © Royal Opera House / Mike Hoban
A classic story of love under the microscope is given a contemporary perspective in the performance of Mozart’s “school for lovers”. Così fan tutte is a compassionate examination of young love, full of wit and wonderful music, all of which ensure its lasting popularity.
Così fan tutte was Mozart’s final collaboration with the Italian librettist Lorenzo da Ponte and Jonathan Miller’s production, created for The Royal Opera, brings out the timelessness of this exploration of the human condition.
Featuring an iconic performance by Sir Thomas Allen as suave and manipulative Don Alfonso this is a production you will not want to miss!
Production year 2010
Stage Director Jonathan Miller
TV Director Robin Lough
Video format LPCM 2.0
Audio format Master Audio 5.1
Light Design Jonathan Miller & John Charlton
Sets Jonathan Miller
Distribution VOD Naxos Rights (Europe) Ltd
Distribution DVD Naxos Rights (Europe) Ltd
Soloist Sir Thomas Allen
Soloist Rebecca Evans
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