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    Teatro alla Scala Orchestra and Chorus

    Riccardo Chailly | direction
    Alberto Malazzi | choirmaster

    A splendid symphonic opening to the season with the orchestra and chorus of La Scala Milan and Riccardo Chailly.

    Riccardi Chailly
    Riccardo Chailly © DR
    Alberto Malazzi
    Alberto Malazzi © DR

    Verdi  Sinfonia, « Gli arredi festivi », « Va’, pensiero, sull’ali dorate », excerpts from Nabucco
    « Gerusalem », « O Signore, dal tetto natìo », excerpt from I Lombardi alla prima crociata
    Prélude, « Si ridesti il Leon di Castiglia », excerpts from Ernani
    Final Ballet (act III, tableau 2), excerpt from Don Carlo
    « Spuntato ecco il dì d’esultanza », excerpt from Don Carlo
    Prélude, « Che faceste? Dite su!...», « S’allontanarono! » « Patria oppressa! Il dolce nome », excerpts from Macbeth
    Prélude, « Vedi, le fosche notturne spoglie », excerpts from Il Trovatore
    Sinfonia, « Nella guerra è la follia », excerpts from La Forza del destino
    « Gloria all’Egitto, ad Iside », extrait d’Aïda

    After the Chorégies d’Orange festival in the summer of 2022, the combined forces of La Scala Milan and their music director Riccardo Chailly are visiting Paris with a programme devoted entirely to Verdi, repertoire in which they are unrivalled. In the twenty-six operas which he composed, Verdi never failed to surprise and charm with his lively orchestrations, the tragic twists and turns of his plots, and the virtuosity of his arias. His music can always pluck at our heartstrings and make us laugh and cry by turn. In many instances, the parts for chorus can claim much of the credit for the popularity of a work. Examples include the famous Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves “Va’, pensiero” in Nabucco, which is virtually the alternative Italian national anthem, and the Anvil Chorus “Vedi, le fosche notturne spoglie” in Il Trovatore. This evening, we will share these rousing emotions with wonderful musicians under the intense and highly expressive baton of Riccardo Chailly.

    Coproduction Théâtre des Champs-Elysées | Théâtre de La Scala de Milan