Giuseppe Tornatore's second film, for which he received major film awards in 1988: Oscar, Golden Globe, BAFTA Award, and Golden Palm Awards at the Cannes Festival. It presents the story of the friendship of the cinematographer Alfredo and the little boy Toto, which he introduces into the magical world of cinema. Completed a quarter-century ago Giuseppe Tornatore's remarkable film takes us on a nostalgic journey to the golden years of cinema. It is a beautiful tribute to film art and cinema as a fascinating place to experience dreams and passions.
Murder, frivolity and spiritual dignities: no other noble family has been embroiled in as many scandals as the Borgias. Conductor Fabio Biondi and director Emilio Sagi bring Lucrezia Borgia to the stage of the Palau de les Arts in Valencia, hometown of the Borgia family. Lucrezia Borgia is a story about a strong woman, aware of her virtues, holding power and disposing of her subjects. Lukrecja Borgia entangled in a network of love intrigues tries to save the only person she really cared for. However, the final of the story is cruel. Beautiful bel canto and the power of dramatic expression, as well as masterly directed directing, are undoubtedly traits of the extraordinary presented state of the work.
Kierownictwo muzyczne / Music director - Marco Armiliato
Reżyser / Director - Mario Gas
Przygotowanie chóru / Choir director - Andrés Máspero
Kostiumy / Costumes - Franca Squarciapino
Chór / Choir - Principal Chorus of the Teatro Real
Orkiestra / Orchestra - Orchestra of the Teatro Real
Cio-Cio-San - Ermonela Jaho
Suzuki - Enkelejda Shkosa
Kate Pinkerton - Marifé Nogales
F. B. Pinkerton - Jorge de León
Goro - Francisco Vas
Prince Yamadori - Tomeu Bibiloni
Sharpless - Ángel Ódena
The bonze, Cio-Cio-San's uncle - Fernando Radó
Madama Butterfly is one of the most famous operas. Puccini drew inspiration from traditional Japanese music, which he combined with adaptation of John Luther Long's short novel and composed one of the most refined operatic works. His heroine Cio-Cio-San is a woman torn between two worlds: between eastern and western culture, between tradition and modernization. Her affection for her husband, who abandons her without restraint, caring for her son, whom he loses and suicidal deaths are the most famous story of despair and longing for feeling.
Director Mario Gas appoints a new interpretation of this opera on the Teatro Real stage at the 1930 Art Gallery in Madrid. Gas launches the show with the addition of a film crew, offering two interpretations: the game in front of the camera and the actual content of the opera.
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