Gianni Schicchi e Il Tabarro

(G. Puccini)

Gianni Schicchi e Il Tabarro de  G. Puccini

Teatro Avenida - Buenos Aires (Argentine)

Première November 16, 2007

Il Tabarro, based on La Houppelande, Didier Gold’s pièce noire, is Puccini's closest approach to the verismo genre. This one-act opera, in the line of Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana and Leoncavallo’s I Pagliacci, contains all the elements of realism: the underworld, poverty, violence, adultery, murder, etc.

In Gianni Schicchi, Puccini returns to the Italian comic opera tradition with its conflicts caused by love and the family in an ironic look at class differences and the moral decadence of fallen aristocrats.

Creative team

Conductor: Carlos Vieu

Director: Rita Cosentino

Set Design: Diana Taiana

Costumes: Luciana Gutman

Lighting: Horacio Efron


“Il tabarro”

Ricardo Ortale (Michele), José Azócar (Luigi), Mariela Schemper (Giorgetta), Carlos D'Onofrio (Il Tinca), Walter Schwarz (Il Talpa), Elisabeth Canis (La Frugola).

“Gianni Schicchi”

Luis Gaeta (Gianni Schicchi), Ana Laura Menéndez (Lauretta), Arnaldo Quiroga (Rinuccio), Marta Cullerés (Zita), Carlos D'Onofrio (Gherardo), Vanesa Tomas (Nella), María Candelaria Castro (Gherardino), Enzo Romano (Betto di Signa), Walter Schwarz (Simone), Esteban Hildebrand (Marco), Laura Domínguez (La Cieca).

Orchestra and Chorus: Buenos Aires Lírica.

Chorus Director: Juan Casasbellas.

Production: Buenos Aires Lírica.

Gianni Schicchi e Il Tabarro de  G. Puccini


Gianni Schicchi e Il Tabarro de  G. Puccini

Photography: Liliana Morsia

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