Il Barbiere di Siviglia

Buffo melodrama in two acts by Gioacchino Rossini

The Barber of Seville is an opera by Gioachino Rossini with a libretto by Cesare Sterbini based on the comedy of the same name by Beaumarchais.
The Count of Almaviva is in love with Rosina, a rich pupil of the old Don Bartolo but kept under strict custody by him. Figaro, the city’s barber and handyman, helps him and suggests that he show up at Don Bartolo’s house disguised as a soldier and under a false name. But Don Bartolo also secretly aims for Rosina’s hand and dowry. and he resorts to slander and scandal to get rid of his rival. But he will be powerless against the wiles of Figaro and the count, who, in the role of a music teacher replacing Don Basilio, who he says is ill. When the two lovers are about to escape, Don Bartolo speeds up the process by trying to marry Rosina. When it comes time to draw up the wedding contract, the roles are suddenly reversed thanks to the help of Don Basilio and the cunning of Figaro, so Almaviva marries Rosina.

2008 – 14 August Church square, S. Matteo della Decima

Luigi Petroni tenor
Giorgio Carli bass
Paola Cigna mezzo-soprano
Maurizio Leoni baritone
Cesare Lana bass
Mattia Olivieri tenor
MariaChiaraPizzoli soprano

Orchestra: Mhail Jora Philharmonic
Choir: Lyrical Choir of the Verdian Lands
Scenic movements: Sabrina Lucido
Scenes: Giorgio Baldo
Paintings: Nives Storci
Costumes: Diminished Seventh
Lights and Sound: Musikmarket
Director: Carlo Emilio Lerici
Concertmaster and Director: Morena Malaguti

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