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    Così fan tutte

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Così is one of Mozart’s most sentimental operas in which carefree youth faces the challenge of fidelity.

    Julia Lezhneva, Emőke Baráth
    Julia Lezhneva - DR, Emőke Baráth © Edourad Brane

    Julia Lezhneva | Fiordiligi
    Emőke Baráth | Dorabella
    Sandrine Piau | Despina
    Alasdair Kent | Ferrando
    Tommaso Barea | Guglielmo
    Konstantin Wolff | Don Alfonso

    Giovanni Antonini | direction
    Kammerorchester Basel
    Basler Madrigalisten
    Salome Im Hof
    | staged concert

    Sung in Italien with French and English subtitles

    The nineteenth century attempted to consign Così to oblivion, taking it to task for its immorality. The work is one of the jewels in the crown of the Libertine movement which, while admittedly quite literary, spread throughout Enlightenment Europe and fed into other artistic spheres. Frivolous, lightweight, misogynous – the opera was accused of almost every possible flaw – and yet Mozart is at his most sentimental and sensual. The libretto explores different permutations with relish and offers Mozart a wide range of situations and vocal ensembles. Is this an exploration of the carefree nature of youth whose fidelity is challenged or a textbook on how to love? Spectators must decide for themselves

    Production Théâtre des Champs-Elysées 

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