Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Announces Fall Programming

By Francisco Salazar

The Teatro dell’Opera di Roma has revealed its first fall concerts at the Teatro Costanzi.

On August 28, the theater will present Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” conducted by Vincenzo Bolognese. Bolognese will also perform the famed Violin Concertos. The concert will also include the composer’s “Gloria” under Roberto Gabbiani. The piece will feature the chorus and three soloists from the “Fabbrica” Young Artist Program del Teatro dell’Opera including Agnieszka Jadwiga Grochala, Marianna Mappa, and Irene Savignano.

On Sept. 3 and 5, the chorus will perform under Paolo Arrivabeni in a concert entitled “Tutto Verdi” featuring passages from “Macbeth” and “Nabucco,” among others.

On Oct. 1, Rossini’s “Petite messe solennelle” will feature Agnieszka Jadwiga Grochala, Irene Savignano, Rodrigo Ortiz, and Alessandro Della Morte. Jader Bignamini conducts.

All concerts will begin at 8 p.m. and will feature new sanitary regulations by the ministry of health.