About the Event
Enter Verdi's world of forbidden love, and nobility in the face of adversity.
This timeless opera in three acts has become one of the most beloved operas in the whole world. It is also one of the most frequently performed operas at the Estonian National Opera. The libretto by Francesco Maria Piave is based on Alexandre Dumas' play 'La dame aux camélias'. The play was published in 1849 and staged in 1852. Giuseppe Verdi, who attended the premiere, was so fascinated by the play that he chose to base his opera on it. La Traviata premiered the next year. It is a moving love story haunted by the morality of society and Violetta’s past. Ephemeral happiness ends in tragedy.
Enter Verdi's dramatic operatic world as recreated by high‐calibre performers in Tallinn.
Sung in Italian with subtitles in Estonian and English
- Giuseppe Verdi – La Traviata
Cast / Production
Conductors: Arvo Volmer, Risto Joost
Stage Director: Neeme Kuningas
Designer: Anna Kontek (Finland)
Lighting Designer: Esko Suhonen (Finland)
4.6 of 5
Martin K, Deutschland
Great performance, beautiful opera house
Irina S, Россия
Превосходная постановка,в особенности для любителей оперных традиций!Всем гостям Таллина хочется ПОЖЕЛАТЬ посещения этого замечательного Театра,где публика не менее прекрасна,чем Спектакль!
Peter H., Germany
Sehr gute Sänger
john a., United Kingdom
A beautiful spectacle, very well sung and a true full Opera. Not a dry eye in the house at the end. Thank you John Arnold
Brian R., United Kingdom
suzanne f., United States
We thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
Markku L., Finland
A truly great experience. The show was fine and the opera house is a gem.
Selina S., Finland
Pentti S., Finland
Very impressive performance.
Emer T., Ireland
Absolutely fantastic. We enjoyed every minute.
Esko K., Finland
Stage set, costumes and lighting were excellent, orchestra and choir were fine, some soloists had difficulties with their voices in the beginning of the first act but improved then and were very good in the second and third acts, where especially Aile Asszonyi and Jassi Zahharov gave excellent performance.