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Rossini: La Cenerentola from Teatro di Roma

Emma Dante's rousing Cinderella succeeds in impressing her own contemporary vision on a classic masterpiece, in perfect symbiosis with the spirit of Rossini.

  • Rossini: La Cenerentola from Teatro di Roma | Copyright: © C Major Entertainment

    Rossini: La Cenerentola from Teatro di Roma © C Major Entertainment

  • Rossini: La Cenerentola from Teatro di Roma | Copyright: © Yasuko Kageyama

    Rossini: La Cenerentola from Teatro di Roma © Yasuko Kageyama

  • Rossini: La Cenerentola from Teatro di Roma | Copyright: © Yasuko Kageyama

    Rossini: La Cenerentola from Teatro di Roma © Yasuko Kageyama

Rossini's second masterpiece La Cenerentola premiered at the Teatro Valle in Rome on the 25 January 1817, less than a year after the first performance of his The Barber of Seville and it's pure, perfect Rossini.
In this production, a set-up made to celebrate 200 years Rossini in Rome, Emma Dante's “rousing Cinderella” (Corriere della Sera) “succeeds in impressing her own contemporary vision on a classic masterpiece, in perfect symbiosis with the spirit of Rossini.” (Opera Now)
“Alejo Pérez deserves the credit for an excellent ensemble and a dazzling rhythmic rendering of the Rossinian score.” (La Nazione – Il Resto del Carlino – Il Giorno)

Original title Rossini: La Cenerentola
Genre Opera
Recording location Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
Duration 162 mins
Production Company RAI and Teatro dell´Opera di Roma
Composer Gioachino Rossini
Orchestra / Band Orchestra of Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
Conductor Alejo Pérez
Choir Coro of Teatro dell’Opera Roma
Stage Director Emma Dante
Soloist Serena Malfi, Juan Francisco Gatell, Alessandro Corbelli, Vito Priante, Damiana Mizzi

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