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Auditorium di Milano Fondazione Cariplo: Suor Angelica

Milan, Auditorium Fondazione Cariplo — Main Hall

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Experience the incredible beauty of classical music like never before in this breathtaking performance of Giacomo Puccini's masterworks at the extraordinary Auditorium Fondazione Cariplo in Milan. The year 1924 marks a special celebration of Puccini's legacy, as it is the centenary of the maestro's death. As part of this commemoration, one of Puccini's most delicate operas, Suor Angelica, takes center stage at the Auditorium.

Suor Angelica is the second chapter of Puccini's Trittico and was first presented at the Metropolitan in New York in 1918. The opera's story transports us to the late 17th century, where it unfolds within the walls of a monastery near Siena, close to the enchanting town of San Gimignano. The protagonist, Sister Angelica, comes from an aristocratic family and has willingly embraced a monastic life to atone for a sin of love. For the past seven years, she has endured the separation from her child, who was taken from her shortly after birth, unaware of their fate.

Thanks to the exceptional talent of the performers from Accademia Teatro alla Scala, you will witness a truly mesmerizing rendition of Puccini's poignant opera. Prepare to be moved by the profound emotions and haunting melodies that permeate every scene, as Suor Angelica's powerful story unfolds on stage. Don't miss this unforgettable opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of classical music and experience Puccini's genius like never before.


  • Giacomo Puccini – Suor Angelica
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Giacomo Puccini

Giacomo Puccini was an Italian opera composer of the late 19th century. He was considered one of the greatest composers of the Italian Opera, second only to Verdi. His early works were characterised by features of the traditional 19th century romantic Italian opera. Later, his style developed into the realistic verismo style, which inspired him to write his most famous masterpieces and became one of the leading exponents of the style. His most renowned works La bohème (1896), Tosca (1900), Madama Butterfly (1904), and Turandot (1924), all are popular operas played in the most prestigious venues of the classical world.


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