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Teatro dell'Opera di Roma: Salome

Rome, Teatro dell'Opera di Roma — Teatro Costanzi

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About the Event

Immerse yourself in the stunning architecture of Rome's breathtaking Teatro dell'Opera di Roma for the ultimate concert set to awake your understanding of opera.

Music Richard Strauss

Opera in one act
After the French play Salomé by Oscar Wilde

World Premiere: Hofoper, Dresda, December 9, 1905
First performed at Teatro Costanzi: March 9, 1908

Cast / Production

Conductor Marc Albrecht
Director Barrie Kosky


Erode: John Daszak
Erodiade: Katarina Dalayman
Salome: Sara Jakubiak
Jochanaan: Nicholas Brownlee
Narraboth: Joel Prieto
First Jew: Michael J. Scott
Second Jew: Christopher Lemmings

Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Orchestra

An Oper Frankfurt production

Teatro dell'Opera di Roma

The Rome Opera (Teatro dell´Opera di Roma) is an opera house in Rome. Built in only 18 months, it was inaugurated in 1880 with a performance of Semiramide by Gioachino Rossini. The theatre is known for its legendary acoustics - the interior structure was constructed as a 'resonance chamber', creating perfect audio-visual conditions for a full musical immersion. Designed by Sfondrini in a horseshoe shape, Annibale Brugnoli adorned the dome with splendid frescoes. The main theater has three tiers of boxes, two separate galleries, an amphitheatre and a seating capacity of 2,212 people.


Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Piazza Beniamino Gigli, 7, Rome, Italy — Google Maps

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