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La Traviata: the Original Opera by Giuseppe Verdi with ballet

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La Traviata: the Original Opera by Giuseppe Verdi with ballet
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La Traviata is a three-act opera composed by Giuseppe Verdi on an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. It was first performed on March 6th, 1853 at La Fenice opera house in Venice. Verdi insisted on finding an original and provocative idea for the audience in Venice, and decided to base his work on La dame aux Camélias (1852), a play adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas (fils). The piece was originally titled Violetta, after the protagonist. This famous opera remains among the most performed masterpieces of the entire lyric tradition. 


Opera e Lirica soloists, from the most important Italian theaters and Music Academies, will perform this breathtaking story accompanied by choir and orchestra conducted by Maestro Nicola Samale. The audience will enjoy an extraordinary and memorable experience, surrounded by the fascinating atmosphere of St. Paul within the Walls Church. The story will also be enriched by Opera e Lirica lovely dancers who will perform romantic choreography. 

The opera follows the story of the courtesan Violetta, who is introduced as  a dissolute lady fiercely living free from any bonds. Later, however, she is unexpectedly overwhelmed by her love for Alfredo, an upper-class young man who warns her that she should take care of her health, since her lifestyle has led her to contract tuberculosis. Violetta renounces to her status and independence, leaving Paris to settle in the countryside with Alfredo. His father, however, reaches out to her to ask her to break up with Alfredo, because their relationship is compromising the honor of his family, preventing Alfredo’s sister to get married. Alfredo is unaware of the reason why his lover has broken up with him, and only finds out the truth when it is too late. Violetta, worn out by the phthisis, dies in his arms.

Violetta’s character was inspired by the real story of the well-known courtesan Marie Duplessis, who had also had a turbulent love affair with Alexandre Dumas fils himself. He saw her passing away when she  was only thirty-three and he collected his memories of her in the renown book The Lady of the Camellias on which La Traviata is based.

Enjoy the most famous opera ever, performed by Opera e Lirica artists in the wonderful St Paul's within the Walls Church in Rome. Book your Rome opera tickets now! 

Children under 7 and disabled persons can attend the concert for free. 
Approximate duration (min.): 120 

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CONCERT PROGRAM 

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CONCERT AND DINNER Choose the Dinner option for 40 euro per person and enjoy your Italian dinner in the romantic Restaurant Hespresso, in via Genova 16, only 150 mt from the Church. Have a look at the exclusive Menu below! Dinner time before the concert 6:30 pm 

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE DINNER MENU 

 

TITLELa traviata. Melodrama in three acts.

LIBRETTO: Francesco Maria Piave.

MUSIC: Giuseppe Verdi.

VIOLETTA VALÉRY (Soprano) Maristella Mariani

ALFREDO GERMONT (Tenor) Emil Alekperov

GIORGIO GERMONT, his father (Baritone) Cristian Alderete

FLORA BERVOIX-ANNINA (Mezzo-soprano) Sara Foletto 

GASTONE, Viscount of Letorières(Tenor) Carlo Napoletani

GIUSEPPE, Violetta’s servant (Tenor) Lucio Del Rio

BARONE DOUPHOL (Baritone) Giorgio Carli

DOCTOR GRENVIL (Bass) Fabrizio Nestonni

COMMISION AGENT (Bass) Giuseppe Trovato

CHOIR: Servants and noblemen, friends of Violetta and Flora, picadores and matadores, gypsies, Violetta’s and Flora’s servants, masks 

DANCERS: Teatro dell’Opera di Roma School 

Special guest Giorgio Gatti - Marchese D’Obigny 

Choreography: Valerio Polverari 

Conductor: Nicola Samale 

Scenes and costumes: Bolero Sartoria 

Artistic director: Antonio Desiderio 

Director: Giuseppina Cuccaro

Opera e Lirica Orchestra

Additional Information

Additional Information

Location St. Paul within the Walls, via Nazionale 16/A
Opening time h. 08:00 pm
Start time h. 08:30 pm
End time h. 10:30 pm
Breaks 2 breaks of 10 minutes
Free drink No
Disabled access Yes
Free tickets Disabled and Children under 7
Reduction Students and Under 18
Air conditioning No
Toilet Yes
Metro Metro A "Repubblica" - Metro B "Termini"
Bus Line 40, 60, 64, 70, 170
Taxi Piazza della Repubblica 100 mt
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