OperaVision to Feature Italian Operas by Verdi, Mozart, Rossini Throughout April

By David Salazar
(Credit: Roberto Ricci)

OperaVision is going to keep the opera going throughout the month of April.

The streaming service has announced that it will showcase six Italian operas throughout the month.

It all kicks off with La Fenice’s “Alceste” on April 3, 2020. The presentation will be available for repeat viewings for six months thereafter.

Guillaume Tell” will start streaming on April 7, 2020. The Rossini Opera Festival’s showcase will be available to viewers for three months afterward.

Meanwhile, the Royal Opera House’s “Così Fan Tutte” production, which starts streaming on April 10, 2020, will only be available for one month.

On April 14, 2020, “I Due Foscari,” recorded at the Festival Verdi in Parma, will be available for six months after it launches.

Verdi lovers will also be enthusiastic about the final two selections of the month. First up is “Nabucco” from the Festival Verdi, starting on April 17, 2020 followed by “Il Trovatore” from the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Berlin, starting on April 21, 2020. Both will be available for six months.

OperaVision, per its official website, is a project “supported by the European Union’s Creative Europe program, OperaVision builds on the success of The Opera Platform, with more contributing opera companies from more countries, under the editorial supervision of Opera Europa, the European association of opera companies and festivals. OperaVision brings together 30 partners from 18 countries and invites you to travel and discover the diversity of opera from wherever you want, whenever you want.”