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Donizetti

Gaetano . 1797--1848, Italian operatic composer: his works include Lucia di Lammermoor (1835), La Fille du r?giment (1840), and Don Pasquale (1843)
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Con facultades vocales fuera de serie y una connatural musicalidad, Juan Diego Florez obtuvo una merecida beca para estudiar en el Instituto Curtis de Filadelfia, en Estados Unidos, donde por mas de tres anos perfecciono su tecnica en el ambito belcantistico y amplio su repertorio con compositores idoneos para el como Rossini, Bellini y Donizetti.
Designer Madeleine Boyd's vision is a bleak black set, forming the backdrop for the entire trilogy of Donizetti Tudor histories being toured (Maria Stuarda is tonight, and Roberto Devereux tomorrow).
This performance, based on a "critical revision" by Maria Chiara Bertieri, was presented in 2008 at the Donizetti Festival in the composer's home town of Bergamo.
Donizetti perfectly conveys the simple, wholehearted joy of Linda and Carlo, but it is Florez and Ciofi who bring them and their love thrillingly to life, and their final high D represents opera at its most exciting.
Donizetti, who started at 2-5, gave trainer Roger Charlton a rare winner at the track in the six-furlong maiden, scoring by an easy five lengths from Jumhoor.
Don Pasquale (nocturne), by Gaetano Donizetti and arranged by Francois Nerini.
NEW YORK A New York City Opera presentation of the opera with music by Gaetano Donizetti and libretto by Salvadore Cammarano in the revision by M.
Director Michael Hoffman has chosen to set the tale at the end of the 19th century, 1895 to be exact, rather than in the Bard's time, thus allowing him to utilize much of the bel canto tradition -- Puccini, Donizetti, Bellini, Verdi -- and who cares that La Boheme wasn't actually produced' until 1896, it's close enough.
Coloratura is a prerequisite for the bel canto operas of Bellini, Rossini, and Donizetti, which is why the Italian operas of the early 19th century invariably feature the soprano or mezzo-soprano as the star performer.
Drawing on the conventions established by Rossini, Donizetti wrote some seventy works in the typical patterns of 19th - century Italian opera.
Escrita originalmente para la celebre prima donna de la epoca Fanny Tacchinardi-Persiani, la mas popular de las operas serias del prolifico genio creativo del compositor italiano Gaetano Donizetti (Bergamo 1979-1848), Lucia de Lammermoor, fue estrenada en el prestigiado Teatro San Cario de Napoles en 1835.
AN operatic rarity by Donizetti comes to the University of Warwick Arts Centre tonight, when English Touring Opera presents his Wild Man Of The West Indies.