Le Nozze di Figaro - Florence, Italy (2003) - Digital Video (English & – Iconic Arts
Le Nozze di Figaro - Florence, Italy (2003) - Digital Video (English & Italian subtitles)

Le Nozze di Figaro - Florence, Italy (2003) - Digital Video (English & Italian subtitles)

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Title: Le Nozze di Figaro
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Date: Summer, 2003
Location: Teatro Del Maggio Musicale, Florence, Italy
Language: Italian
Subtitles: English and Italian
Media Download Available: Digital Video (DVD)
Quality: Very Good/Professional (580 MB)

Details: In his 2003 production for the Maggio Musicale in Florence, director Jonathan Miller invested the complex relationships between the characters with countless tiny erotic charges and even obvious sexual symbols. The artistic director of the renowned Maggio Musicale festival Zubin Mehta brings out not only the tension and drive of the music but also its harmonic richness.

The singers all belong to the international opera scene and not only provide excellent vocal quality but also strong acting skills, which help to tell the gripping story with its many disguises, mix-ups and discoveries: Russian soprano Eteri Gvazava – internationally recognised since her sensational Traviata à Paris filming partnering José Cura - is wonderful to watch and to hear in the role of the sad but contriving Countess Almaviva. Patrizia Ciofi , the Italian belcanto star is Susanna with all her intriguing acting skills and her pointed vocal intensity. Lucio Gallo who plays the evil character in this plot is one of the foremost Italian baritones. The title role is sung by Giorgio Surian, a bass-baritone who started off on the Italian opera scene, but has since made a steady career on international opera stages.

  • Patrizia Ciofi (Susanna)
  • Giorgio Surian (Figaro)
  • Lucio Gallo (Il Conte di Almaviva)
  • Eteri Gvazava (La Contessa di Almaviva)
  • Marina Comparato (Cherubino)
  • Giovanna Donadini (Marcellina)
  • Eduardo Chama (Bartolo)
  • Sergio Bertocchi (Basilio)
  • Carlo Bosi (Curzio)
  • Gianluca Ricci (Antonio)
  • Eleonore Contucci (Barbarina)
Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
Zubin Mehta (conductor) & Jonathan Miller (stage director)