Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Announces First Stream of 2021

By Francisco Salazar
(Credit: Yasuko Kageyama-Teatro dell’Opera di Roma)

The Teatro dell’Opera di Roma will begin the year with “Schubertiade” on Jan. 5, 2021.

The concert, which will be streamed on the company’s Youtube page at 7 p.m. Italian time will showcase the chorus and young artists under the direction of Roberto Gabbiani. They will all be accompanied by maestro Marco Forgione on the piano.

The program will feature “An die Sonne” D 439, “Ständchen” D 920, “Gebet” op. 139, “Mirjam’s Siegesgesang” D 942, “Deutsche Tänze” op. 33.

Soloists from the chorus will include Marika Spadafino (soprano), Emanuela Luchetti (contralto), Maurizio Scavone (tenor), and Alessandro Fabbri (bass). Meanwhile, young artists will include Angela Schisano (contralto) and Agnieszka Jadwiga Grochala (soprano).

The concert will be streamed for free and audiences can donate to the company’s fundraising campaign “I love Roma Opera aperta.”