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    Così fan tutte

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    A lavish and cruel guide to the art of loving, oozing Mozartian sensuality, and served up by Marc Minkowski.

    Photo de Marc Minkowski © Marco Borggreve
    Marc Minkowski © Marco Borggreve

    Ana Maria Labin | Fiordiligi
    Angela Brower | Dorabella
    James Ley | Ferrando
    Leon Košavić | Guglielmo 
    Miriam Albano | Despina
    Alexandre Duhamel | Don Alfonso

    Marc Minkowski | direction
    Les Musiciens du Louvre

    The nineteenth century attempted to consign Così to oblivion. It was accused of being immoral. Yet the work is actually one of the gems of the libertine movement which, despite originally being a literary trend, spread across Enlightenment Europe and fed into many other artistic spheres. Light-hearted, fickle and misogynistic, the work was criticised on almost every level at the time. Yet this is Mozart at his tenderest and most sensual. The libretto is full of delicious permutations and offers musicians a wide variety of situations and vocal ensembles. Is this all about the carefree attitude of youth challenged by the notion of fidelity or is it the perfect guide to the art of loving? Everyone can draw their own conclusion.

    Production Théâtre des Champs-Elysées