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opera Gluck's Alceste Pier Luigi Pizzi (stage director), Guillaume Tourniaire (conductor) – With Marlin Miller (Admeto), Carmela Remigio (Alceste), Ludovico Furlani (Eumelo)...

Pier Luigi Pizzi (stage director), Guillaume Tourniaire (conductor) – With Marlin Miller (Admeto), Carmela Remigio (Alceste), Ludovico Furlani (Eumelo)...

Gluck's Alceste Pier Luigi Pizzi (stage director), Guillaume Tourniaire (conductor) – With Marlin Miller (Admeto), Carmela Remigio (Alceste), Ludovico Furlani (Eumelo)...

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Under the baton of the excellent conductor Guillaume Tourniaire, Gluck’s most original tragedy comes to Venice’s most celebrated theater in a production by Pier Luigi Pizzi. After successive triumphs in the Viennese scene of the 1760s, over the course of the 1770s Gluck met with a new series of successes in France. Aiming to establish himself in the French musical scene as a genius of musical storytelling, he took the challenge head on, appropriating selected Lullian librettos from the previous century to his own dramatic ends. He did just this with Alceste, one of Quinault’s most acclaimed texts, setting it to his own music. This production of the tragic three-act opera stars Marlin Miller (Admeto) and Carmela Remigio (Alceste) in the roles of the self-sacrificing royal couple.

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Cast

  • Pier Luigi Pizzi | Stage director, Set designer, Costumes
  • Vincenzo Raponi | Lighting
  • Marlin Miller | Admeto
  • Carmela Remigio | Alceste
  • Ludovico Furlani | Eumelo
  • Anita Teodoro | Aspasia
  • Giorgio Misseri | Evandro
  • Zuzana Markovà | Ismene
  • Armando Gabba | Un banditore/Oracolo
  • Vincenzo Nizzardo | Gran sacerdote d'Apollo/Apollo
  • Piccoli Cantori Veneziani
  • Orchestra e Coro del Teatro La Fenice
  • Diana D'Alessio | Children’s Chorus Master
  • Claudio Marino Moretti | Chorus director
  • Guillaume Tourniaire | Music director

Program

  • Christoph Willibald Gluck, Alceste
    • Overture
    • Act I
    • Act II
    • Act III

Details

  • Directed by:
    • Stéphane Vérité
  • Venue: Teatro La Fenice (Venice, Italy)
  • Production date: 2015
  • Duration: 2 h 31 min
  • Production: © Fondazione Teatro la Fenice, Mezzo, Oxymore
  • Available version(s): EN
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