Mozart's Don Giovanni

Jean-François Sivadier (stage director), Jérémie Rhorer (conductor) – With Philippe Sly (Don Giovanni), Nahuel di Pierro (Leporello), Eleonora Buratto (Donna Anna)

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Jean-François Sivadier — Stage director
Alexandre de Dardel — Set designer
Virginie Gervaise — Costume designer
Philippe Berthomé — Lighting designer
Cécile Kretschmar — Make-up artist
Véronique Timsit — Associate Stage Director
Nicholas Bootiman — Music assistant
Johanne Saunier — Choreographer
Jorge Gimenez — Rehearsal Pianist
Benjamin Laurent — Rehearsal Pianist
Roberta Salsi — Language Coach
Rachid Zanouda — Assistant Stage Director
Morganne Legg — Costume Assistant
Jean-Jacques Beaudouin — Lighting Assistant
Philippe Sly — Don Giovanni
Nahuel Di Pierro — Leporello

Program notes

Considered by some to be the greatest opera ever written, Don Giovanni was the second product of an incredibly fruitful collaboration between two geniuses: the legendary W.A. Mozart and the talented Italian librettist Lorenzo da Ponte. Based on Molière's Don Juan, the two-act dramma giocoso premiered in October 1787 at Prague's state theater to rave reviews. The 2017 Festival d'Aix-en-Provence brought Mozart's fabulously devious work to the stage once more in a production by stage director Jean-François Sivadie. Starring Philippe Sly (Don Giovanni), Nahuel di Pierro (Leporello), and Eleonora Buratto (Donna Anna), the excellent performance featured the acclaimed maestro Jérémie Rhorer at the head of the period instrument ensemble Le Cercle de l'Harmonie.

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Directed by:
Philippe Béziat
Production date: 2017
Duration: 2 h 50 min
Production: © Camera Lucida, Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, Mezzo, Radio France
Available subtitle(s): EN, Fr
Resolution: Full HD