Opera di Roma

La Traviata

In Cinemas 19, 20, 21, 22 & 25 Apr 2018
Conductor
Jader Bignamini
Orchestra
Orchestra of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
Cast
Francesca Dotto (Violetta Valéry), Antonio Poli (Alfredo Germont), Roberto Frontali (Giorgio Germont), Anna Malavasi (Flora Bervoix), Andrea Giovannini (Gastone de Letorières), Roberto Accurso (Barone Douphol), Andrea Porta (Marchese d'Obigny), Graziano Dallavalle (Dottore Grenvil), Chiara Pieretti (Annina)
Composer
Giuseppe Verdi
Director
Sofia Coppola
Set Design
Nathan Crowley
Duration
Approx 2h20 including interval
Sung in Italian, with English subtitles
Captured live from Teatro Costanzi, Rome 24 May 2016
Official Event Listing

Special presentation! For the first time in Australia, experience Oscar-winning filmmaker Sofia Coppola’s sumptuous opera directorial debut. Created in collaboration with Italian haute couture designer Valentino and Hollywood production designer Nathan Crowley, her Traviata was a sensation in Rome, with a sold-out season of 15 performances!

Soprano Francesca Dotto stars as the tragic courtesan Violetta Valéry who sacri ces all for love. Alongside her, the tenor Antonio Poli as Alfredo and Roberto Frontali as Giorgio, his valiant father, beg for her pardon. 

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La Gioiosa

Exclusive Gala Preview Events Added - Thursday 19 April
Experience Ms. Coppola and Mr. Valentino's magnificent 
Traviata in style, at our special Gala premieres on the evening of Thursday 19 April!
Join us for a complimentary glass of La Gioiosa 'Il Fiore' Prosecco on arrival, before the screening commences.

Hurry - advance tickets now on sale!

Adelaide patrons please note: this production will screen only at Palace Nova Prospect Cinema.
 

Opera di Roma

Taking its current name at the advent of the republic, Rome’s beautiful opera house, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma was first inaugurated in 1880, as Teatro Costanzi. The company hosted the world premiere of Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana and Puccini’s Tosca among others.

See more productions from: La Scala & All'Opera Italiana