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Le nozze di Figaro
Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro is a comic opera riddled with intrigues, disguises and double entendres. From Sunday 29 November you can enjoy this opera online from home! From randy excitement to melancholic disillusionment, the opera features all the possible guises of love.
This is a shortened and adapted version of our 2016 production. The opera has been reduced in length to a running time of a little over two hours, in order to perform it safely and without an interval in these times of corona. This version was realised under the supervision of conductor Riccardo Minasi, director David Bösch and revival director Maria Lamont. In collaboration with Meisje Barbara Hummel, Klaus Bertisch and Ernst Munneke.Under complex and ever-changing circumstances, the team has created an up-to-date and exciting version of Mozart's masterpiece.
The casts includes international rising stars such as Ying Fang (Susanna), Davide Luciano (Il Conte di Almaviva), Ruzan Mantashyan (La Contessa), Riccardo Fassi (Figaro) and Polly Leech (Cherubino). The Netherlands Chamber Orchestra brings Mozart's score to life from our orchestra pit.
Check out here Figaro (solo) Bring me a Storm, a free online opera that is a counter-sound and complement to Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro!
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Soprano Ying Fang: "Susanna is the driving force of Nozze"
'To credibly stage a marriage with a distance of one and a half metres between the bride and groom? I don't know how we did it, but we did!' In the middle of the second lockdown, the young Chinese soprano Ying Fang makes her DNO debut as Susanna in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro. An experience that in no way resembles 'business as usual'.
An impeccable Nozze di Figaro