Lucia di Lammermoor

(G. Donizetti)

Lucia di Lammermoor de  G. Donizetti

Teatro Argentino de La Plata - Buenos Aires (Argentine)


Première June 2, 2017

The action in this opera takes place in a house filled with secrets, from childhood memories to silent torture. The oppressive walls hide horrific stories of the sinister, brutal bonds of the current inhabitants, the Ashtons.

Everything is corrupt, their souls are poisoned with hatred and power, nobody is free of this macabre game that bodes a fearful ending in which Lucia is the bargaining chip. Moral and physical decay pervades the scene and its characters.

The first gloomy, menacing chords of the opera are a presage of the story we are about to witness. Lucia bears the burden of a death that she cannot overcome. In her nightmares, she is visited by her mother's ghost.

Her brother, mindful only of his own interests and violent outbursts, ignores Lucia’s grief and "snatches" her from her mourning. He forces her to dress as a bride and consummate the wedding, believing that this is the only way to save her.

Lucia can only utter the one name that weighs in her mind, Edgardo, the window through which she can see the light. A rushed wedding and an improvised conviction.

Lucia is not mad and her mind is not weak. She is forced to react and speaks from hell itself after being pushed to the edge of the abyss.

Creative team


Conductor: Silvio Viegas

Director: Rita Cosentino

Set Designer: Nicolás Boni

Costumes: Imme Möller

Lighting: Rubén Conde

Assistant Musical Direction: Natalia Salinas

Assistant Direction: Lucia Portela

Cast


Lucia: Oriana Favaro

Edgardo: Dario Schmunck

Enrico: Fabián Veloz

Raimondo: Emiliano Bulacios

Normanno: Maximiliano Agatiello

Arturo: Sergio Spina

Alisa: Estefania Cap/Rocío Arbizu

Lucia di Lammermoor de  G. Donizetti
Inspiración

Gallery

Lucia di Lammermoor de  G. Donizetti
Lucia di Lammermoor de  G. Donizetti
Lucia di Lammermoor de  G. Donizetti
Lucia di Lammermoor de  G. Donizetti
Madamma Butterfly de G. Puccini

Photography: Guillermo Genitti

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Collaborations

Teatro Colón Buenos Aires, Teatro Real Madrid, Teatro Avenida Buenos Aires, Teatro Argentino La Plata, Teatro Arriaga Bilbao, Teatro Fernán Gómez Madrid, Teatro Principal Alicante, Grand Théâtre Aix en Provence, Theâtre du Châtelet Versailles, Theater Kleineshaus Basel, Theater An der Wien Vienna, Philharmonie Paris, Thèâtre Le Volcan in Le Havre, Teatro la Zarzuela Madrid, Juan March Foundation Madrid, Teatro Auditorio Cuenca, Sala Sec Barcelona, Castell Peralada, Teatros del Canal en Madrid, San Lorenzo del Escorial Auditorium Madrid, University Carlos III Auditorium Madrid, Spain Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Tres Cantos Main Hall Madrid, International Festival of Santander, Museum of Romanticism Madrid, among others.

Rita Cosentino - Directora de Escena
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