Madama Butterfly

Da Giovedì 01 Gennaio 1970

Data Luogo Acquista






Set in a timeless Japan, idealised by the calligraphic symbolism of Ogata Korin, the story of the Geisha Cho-Cho-San is staged by the director Fabio Ceresa in an open set designed by Tiziano Santi, with a runway leading into infinity. Suzuki, shown on stage with long white hair like a Nipponese demon, first defends the sweet Madama Butterfly from the attacks of her uncle Bonzo, to then offer her the Katana for harakiri, wrapped in red velvet.




Madama Butterfly
Japanese tragedy in three acts
Libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica from Madam Butterfly by John Luther Long
Music by Giacomo Puccini

Artisti
Conductor
Francesco Ivan Ciampa

Director
Fabio Ceresa

Scene
Tiziano Santi

Costumes
Tommaso Lagattolla

Lights Designer
D. M.Wood

Cio Cio San
Liana Aleksanyan

Pinkerton
Matteo Lippi

Sharpless
Francesco Verna

Suzuki
Annunziata Vestri

Zio Bonzo
Nicolò Ceriani

Goro
Manuel Pierattelli

Orchestra and Chorus of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
Chrous Master Lorenzo Fratini
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