VERDI, G.: Nabucco (Teatro Carlo Felice, 2004)

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Nabucco

Venue: Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa
Playing Time: 02:18:58
Catalogue Number: 33465
UPC: 8007144334659

Synopsis

Nabucco was premiered at Milan's La Scala on March 9, 1842. It met with enormous success, crowned by as many as 75 performances at La Scala before the end of that year. With Nabucco Giuseppe Verdi finally found his own stance, attaining linguistic and expressive means that, in the space of a decade, would make him the undisputed master of Italian opera theaters.

The present, interesting production, staged at the Carlo Felice theater in Genoa, features young but already internationally renowned interpreters: Alberto Gazale, as a solid and convincing Nabucco; Susan Neves as an Abigaille by the beautiful and powerful vocal means; Orlin Anastassov as a greatly authoritative Zaccaria, which lets foresee for him a radiant career.
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