I puritani

Teatro di San Carlo, Naples, Italy
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Important Info
Type: Opera
City: Naples, Italy
Starts at: 20:00
Cast
Performers
Bass: Alexandros Stavrakakis (Sir Giorgio Valton)
Chorus: Chorus of the Teatro di San Carlo
Baritone: Davide Luciano (Sir Riccardo Forth)
Conductor: Giacomo Sagripanti
Soprano: Lisette Oropesa (Elvira)
Orchestra: Orchestra of the Teatro di San Carlo
Tenor: Xabier Anduaga (Lord Arturo Talbo)
Creators
Composer: Vincenzo Bellini
Librettist: Carlo Pepoli
Director: Emilio Sagi
Overview

Production of Teatro Real Madrid

History
Premiere of this production: 24 January 1835, Théâtre-Italien, Paris

I puritani (The Puritans) is an opera by Vincenzo Bellini. It was originally written in two acts and later changed to three acts on the advice of Gioachino Rossini, with whom the young composer had become friends. The music was set to a libretto by Count Carlo Pepoli, an Italian émigré poet whom Bellini had met at a salon run by the exile Princess Belgiojoso, which became a meeting place for many Italian revolutionaries.

Venue Info

Teatro di San Carlo - Naples
Location   Via San Carlo, 98

The Teatro Reale di San Carlo (Royal Theatre of Saint Charles), as originally named by the Bourbon monarchy but today known simply as the Teatro di San Carlo, is an opera house in Naples, Italy, connected to the Royal Palace and adjacent to the Piazza del Plebiscito.

The Teatro Reale di San Carlo (Royal Theatre of Saint Charles), as originally named by the Bourbon monarchy but today known simply as the Teatro di San Carlo, is an opera house in Naples, Italy, connected to the Royal Palace and adjacent to the Piazza del Plebiscito. It is the oldest continuously active venue for opera in the world, having opened in 1737, decades before either Milan's La Scala or Venice's La Fenice. The opera season runs from late January to May, with the ballet season taking place from April to early June. The house once had a seating capacity of 3,285, but has now been reduced to 1,386 seats. Given its size, structure and antiquity, it was the model for theatres that were later built in Europe.

Important Info
Type: Opera
City: Naples, Italy
Starts at: 20:00