Seattle Opera's LA CENERENTOLA Rings in the New Year, Now thru 1/26

La Cenerentola
Music by Gioachino Rossini
Libretto by Jacopo Ferretti
In Italian with English captions

Premiere: Teatro Valle, Rome, Italy, January 25, 1817
Previous Seattle Opera Performances: 1977, 1996

Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle, Washington - 8 Performances: January 12, 13 (matinee), 16, 19, 20 (matinee), 23, 25, and 26, 2013. Approximate Running Time: 3 hours and 15 minutes, with one intermission. Evening performances begin at 7:30 pm, matinees at 2:00 pm.

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Artists

Angelina: Daniela Pini †
Karin Mushegain †*
Don Ramiro: René Barbera †
Edgardo Rocha †*
Dandini: Brett Polegato
Don Magnifico: Patrick Carfizzi
Valerian Ruminski *
Clorinda: Dana Pundt †
Tisbe: Sarah Larsen
Alidoro: Arthur Woodley

Conductor: Giacomo Sagripanti †
Stage Director: Joan Font †
Set & Costume Designer: Joan Guillén †
Lighting Designer: Albert Faura †
Revival Lighting Designer: Kiko Planas †
Choreographer: Xevi Dorca †

† Seattle Opera debut
* January 13, 20, and 25 only

Sarah Larsen and Dana Pundt are current Seattle Opera Young Artists.

Pre-Performance Talks: An hour and a half before every performance, in the Nesholm Family Lecture Hall at McCaw Hall, $7.

Free Public Previews:

1/2/2013, 6:30 pm, Edmonds Library

1/3/2013, 2 pm, Green Lake Library

1/3/2013, 7 pm, Third Place Books

1/5/2013, 2:15 pm, Sylvan Way Library

1/6/2013, 2 pm, Frye Museum

1/7/2013, 6:30 pm, West Seattle Library

1/8/2013, 12 pm, Freeland Library

1/9/2013, 2 pm, Ballard Library

1/10/2013, 12 pm, Seattle Central Library

Founded in 1963, Seattle Opera is one of the leading opera companies in the United States. The company is recognized internationally for its theatrically compelling and musically accomplished performances, especially the Opera's interpretations of the works of Richard Wagner. Since 1975, Seattle Opera has presented 38 cycles of the Ring (three different productions), in addition to acclaimed productions of all the other major operas in the Wagner canon. Seattle Opera has achieved the highest per capita attendance of any major opera company in the United States, and draws operagoers from four continents and 50 states.




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