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Il Parlatore eterno | Il Tabarro at Teatro Filarmonico di Verona

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Experience outstanding musicians performing masterworks by Puccini and Ponchielli in the unique atmosphere of the Teatro Filarmonico.

Successfully streamed in 2021, the fifth event of the 2023 Opera Season finally brings audiences into attendance for the diptych that juxtaposes Il parlatore eterno, Amilcare Ponchielli's comic and unpublished gem, first performed at the Filarmonico precisely in 2021, with Giacomo Puccini's intense one‐act Il Tabarro, both productions staged by the Fondazione Arena di Verona.

The Eternal Speaker is directed by Arena's Stefano Trespidi, with sets by Filippo Tonon, costume coordination by Silvia Bonetti and lighting design by Paolo Mazzon. The title is juxtaposed with the penultimate of Puccini's operas, with direction by Paolo Gavazzeni and Piero Maranghi, sets by Leila Fteita, costumes by Silvia Bonetti and lighting by Paolo Mazzon.

On the podium of the Arenian Orchestra returns Gianna Fratta, a conductor already applauded in her Verona debut in the recent diptych dedicated to twentieth‐century theater.

Teatro Filarmonico di Verona

The opera festival in the Arena di Verona is famous around the world and familiar to every classical music lover. This open‐air event has taken place in the summer for over 100 years. During the other months of the year, Fondazione Arena di Verona presents exciting classical music performances at the Teatro Filarmonico di Verona.
Teatro Filarmonico is a historic opera house located in the centre of Verona. Built in the late 17th century, it has a rich history of hosting some of the region’s most renowned operatic performances. The theatre is designed in a classic Italian style with ornate decorations and a grand stage. Today, Teatro Filarmonico hosts a variety of cultural events throughout the year, including operas, concerts, and ballets. Its location in the heart of Verona makes it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, who come to enjoy the arts in this stunning historic setting.

Practical Information

Poltronissima Gold
Numbered seat with upholstered backrest and padded seat in the first central rows of the stalls.

Poltronissima Platinum
Numbered seat with upholstered backrest and padded seat. Royal box.

Numbered seat with upholstered backrest and padded seat.

Numbered seat with upholstered backrest and padded seat.

1 Settore Verdi
Numbered seat with backrest*.

2 Settore Puccini
Numbered seat with backrest*.

3 Settore Rossini
Numbered seat with backrest*.

4 Settore Gradinata Numerata
Numbered seat on the steps — no chair*.

5 Settore Gradinata Numerata
Numbered seat on the steps — no chair*.

6 Settore Grad. Numerata Sx/Dx
Numbered seats on the steps sideways — no chair*.

* Cushions can be rented in the Arena.

Cast / Production

by Amilcare Ponchielli

Conductor Gianna Fratta

Director Stefano Trespidi

Sets Filippo Tonon

Lights Paolo Mazzon

Lelio Cinguetta Biagio Pizzuti

Susetta Grazia Montanari

Dr. Nespola Maurizio Pantò

Aspasia Francesca Cucuzza

Sandrina Sonia Bianchetti

Egidio Salvatore Schiano Di Cola

Corporal of the gendarmes Francesco Azzolini

by Giacomo Puccini

Conductor Gianna Fratta

Director Paolo Gavazzeni and Piero Maranghi

Sets Leila Fteita

Costumes Silvia Bonetti

Lighting Paolo Mazzon

Michele Gevorg Hakobyan

Giorgetta Maria José Siri

Luigi Samuele Simoncini

The Tench to be defined

The Mole Davide Procaccini

The Frugola Rossana Rinaldi

Venditore di canzonette / Second lover Riccardo Rados

First lover / Sopranino voice Grazia Montanari


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