• Opera · Elisir D'amore de Gaetano Donizetti
    07 Avril 19

    Opera · Elisir D'amore de Gaetano Donizetti

    Nature and art, poetry and prose, seriousness and joke, memory and foreboding, life and death come together and are confused in the romantic genre. And when it comes to a comic speech, the confrontation between "the masculine and the feminine" is added to that series of binomials. L'elisir d'amore is a love story
    that tells us about the difficulty that men and women have to communicate. But above all, it is a comedy that highlights on the stage millenarian topics of both sexes: Nemorino's youthful affliction and insecurity, the pragmatism and the feminine frivolity of Adina. The special thing about Donizetti's work is that throughout the
    discourse those topics are diluted, intermingled and transferred between the characters thanks to the transforming force of love and not a deception or any other fortuitous event. Of course, the recurring presence of wine does its part, encouraging the monotony of life. However, as in any romantic comedy that
    Precie, the true elixir that puts things in their place is jealousy, the most selfish face of the passionate love.
    A theme as universal as this and the giocosa quality of the libretto make the love filter motif easily separated from the original spatio-temporal location.
    Three characters tell the story of the magical Elisir with simplicity and humor, accompanied by the piano.
    An opera for the whole family.


    Adina, Romina Krieger

    Nemorino, Jorge Juan Morata

    Dr. Dulcamara, Juan Carlos Esteve

    Piano and musical direction, Olga Kobekina

    Stage Management, Maria Voronkova

    Produced by Meam and Proxxima




    Quanto e? bella, quanto e? cara, aria Nemorino

    Benedette queste carte... Della crudele Isotta, aria Adina

    Una parola, o Adina.. scena Chiedi all’aura lusinghiera, duo

    Caro elisir sei mio....Lallarallara, scena Esulti pur la barbara, duo

    Una furtiva lagrima, aria Nemorino

    Eccola, o qual ne accresce belta?, scena

    Prendi per me sei libero, aria Adina

    Il mio rigor dimentica, cabaletta

    Finale, trio

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