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    Così fan tutte

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

    A sumptuous and realistic instruction manual in the art of love steeped in all Mozartian sensuality.

    Giovanni Antonini
    Giovanni Antonini © Marco Borggreve

    In order to ensure the best possible seats for the exceptional circumstances we are going through, online booking is temporarily suspended for this concert. The Theater is at your disposal to process your seat requests by phone at 01 49 52 50 50 or at the Box office.

    Julia Kleiter | Fiordiligi
    Emőke Baráth | Dorabella
    Sandrine Piau | Despina
    Michael Spyres | Ferrando
    Vittorio Prato | Guglielmo
    Konstantin Wolff | Don Alfonso

    Giovanni Antonini | direction
    Kammerorchester Basel Basler Madrigalisten

    Sung in Italian with French and English subtitles

    Così fan tutte is certainly, of all Mozart operas, the one in which eroticism is most evident. Even if for each of the protagonists, eroticism covers different meanings. What could have become a strict instruction manual in 'the art of love' is embodied in a soundtrack of infinite delicacy. The singers brought together and the Milanese conductor Giovanni Antonini should all take care of themselves.

    PRODUCTION Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

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