Verdi, OTELLO (trailer)

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OTELLO
Opera in 4 acts
Libretto by Arrigo Boito

Otello Stuart Neill
Desdemona Jessica Nuccio
Cassio Davide Giusti
Jago Roberto Frontali
Emilia Tamta Tarieli
Roderigo Manuel Pierattelli
Lodovico Seung Pil Choi
Montano Giacomo Medici
A herald Franco Di Girolamo

Conductor Riccardo Frizza
Director Paco Azorín
Costume Designer Ana Garay
Coreographer Carlos Martos
Light Designer Albert Faura
Chorus master Carlo Morganti
Chorus Master of the Children’s Choir, Gian Luca Paolucci

Fondazione Orchestra Regionale delle Marche
Coro Lirico Marchigiano Vincenzo Bellini
Children’s Choir: Pueri Cantores D. Zamberletti
Onstage Band: Complesso di palcoscenico Banda Salvadei
Macerata Opera Festival – Arena Sferisterio 2016

DVD Code: 37767 (2 DVDs)
DVD Barcode: 8007144377670

Bluray Code: 57767 (1 DVD)
Bluray Barcode 8007144577674

Category: OPERA / Sung in: Italian
Video Format/ Aspect ratio: NTSC – 16:9
Audio Format: PCM 2.0 - Dolby digital 5.1
Subtitles: Ita, Eng, Fre, Ger, Spa, Kor, Jap
Notes: Ita / Eng
Region code: 0 – All regions
Recording date & place: July/August 2016 – Arena Sferisterio - Macerata, Italy
Duration: 146 min

The winner of the Campoamor Prize as best 2015 production, this Otello – a Macerata Opera Festival and Festival Castell de Peralada coproduction – was entrusted to a star of the current direction firmament, the Spanish director and set designer Paco Azorín, and conducted by Riccardo Frizza.
Frizza gives back to this Verdi score all of its beauty, its refined orchestral and harmonic writing, at the same time leading with confidence the singers: the solid Othello of the American tenor Stuart Neill, an imposing figure and a very interesting voice, rich in nuances; the lyrical Desdemona of Jessica Nuccio, debuting in this role; and the excellent Jago of Roberto Frontali, a fine singer and a charismatic actor. Azorín’s direction cleverly employs the length and breadth of the great stage of the Arena Sferisterio, also thanks to an inspiring use of lighting and projections.
Available in DVD and Bluray.
Category
Opera

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