Annalisa Stroppa, Riccardo Zanellato, Juliana Grigoryan & Raffaele Pé Lead Teatri di Reggio Emilia’s 2024-25 Season

The Teatri di Reggio Emilia has announced its 2024-25 season. The season opens with Rossini’s “Mosé in Egitto,” which will star Riccardo Zanellato, Dave Monaco, Mariam Battistelli, Toni Nezic, Aida Pascu, Angela Schisano, Andrea Galli, and Matteo Mezzaro. Giovanni Di Stefano conducts the production by Pier Francesco Maestrini. Performance Dates: Nov. 15 & 17, 2024 Annalisa Stroppa, Caterina Sala, Matteo Falcier, Matteo Guerzè, {…}

Claudia Pavone, Luca Salsi, Teresa Romano & Angelo Villari Lead Teatro Municipale di Piacenza’s 2024-25 Season

The Teatro Municipale di Piacenza has announced its 2024-25 season. Opera Claudia Pavone stars in Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly” alongside Irene Savignano, Angelo Villari, and Alessandro Luongo. Leo Nucci directs the production and Matteo Beltrami conducts. Performance Dates: Dec. 15-22, 2024 Raffaele Pe, Marie Lys, Davide Giangregorio, Delphine Galou, Filippo Mineccia, Federico Fiorio, Enrico Torre, and Clemente Antonio Daliotti star in Händel’s “Giulio {…}

Opéra de Lille Announces 2024-25 Season

The Opéra de Lille has announced its 2024-25 season. Opera Nicola Porpora’s “Polifemo” will feature Kangmin Justin Kim, Marie Lys, Paul-Antoine Bénos-Djian, Delphine Galou, José Coca Loza, and Florie Valiquette. Emmanuelle Haïm conducts the production by Bruno Ravella. Performance Dates: Oct. 8-16, 2024 Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s “David et Jonathas” will star Petr Nekoranec, Gwendoline Blondeel, Jean-Christophe Lanièce, Lucile Richardot, Étienne Bazola, {…}

Mariangela Sicilia, Luciano Ganci & Mojca Erdmann Lead Teatro Filarmonico’s 2024 Season

Verona’s Teatro Filarmonico has announced its 2024 season. Opera Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte” will be conducted by Gianna Fratta and directed by Ivan Stefanutti. The opera will star Alexander Vinogradov, Matteo Mezzaro, Anna Siminska, Gilda Fiume, Giulia Bolcato, Michele Patti, and Matteo Macchioni. Performance Dates: Jan. 21-Jan. 28, 2024 Puccini’s “La Rondine” will be conducted by Alvise Casellati and directed by {…}

Teatro Dante Aligheri Announces 2023 Season

Ravenna’s Teatro Dante Aligheri has announced its 2023 season. Vivaldi’s “Il Tamerlano” will be performed by Bruno Taddia, Gianluca Margheri, Filippo Mineccia, Delphine Galou, Marie Lys, Federico Fiorio, and Giuseppina Bridelli. Ottavio Dantone conducts the production by Stefano Monti. Performance Dates: Jan. 14 & 15, 2023 Puccini’s “La bohème” will star Juliana Grigoryan, Alessia Pintossi, Alessandro Scotto di Luzio, Christian Federici, Clemente Antonio Daliotti, {…}

Ailyn Pérez, Leo Nucci, Jessica Pratt, Lise Davidsen, Thomas Hampson Headline Maggio Musicale Fiorentino’s 2021-22 Season

The Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino has announced its 2021-22 season which will include nine operas. First up will be Sven-Eric Bechtolf’s production of “Così fan tutte,” which will be conducted by Zubin Mehta. The opera will star Valentina Nafornita, Vasilisa Berzhanskaya, Matthew Swensen, Mattia Olivieri, Benedetta Torre, and Thomas Hampson. Performance Dates: August 30– Sept. 4, 2021 Next up {…}

Teatro alla Scala Announces L’Italiana in Algeri’ with Maxim Mironov & Cecilia Molinari

The Teatro alla Scala is set to perform a revival of Rossini’s “L’Italiana in Algeri.” The performance will be streamed on the Teatro alla Scala’s website, YouTube page, and Facebook page on May 25. The production by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle will be staged by Grischa Asagaroff and will star Carlo Lepore, Enkeleda Kamani, Francesca Di Sauro, Alessandro Luongo, Maxim Mironov, Cecilia Molinari, {…}

Julie Fuchs, Paolo Bordogna, Ruzil Gatin & Marko Mimica Headline Teatro San Carlo’s ‘Il Turco in Italia’

The Teatro San Carlo di Napoli has announced it will be streaming Rossini’s “Il Turco in Italia.” Marko Mimica, Julie Fuchs, Ruzil Gatin, and Paolo Bordogna will headline a concert performance on the company’s new streaming channel. Carlo Montanaro will conduct the opera buffa which will also star Alessandro Luongo, Gaia Petrone, and Filippo Adami. The new concert performance comes after {…}