VERDI, G.: Stiffelio [Opera] (Teatro Regio di Parma, 2017)

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Stiffelio
Libretto/Text Author: Piave, Francesco Maria

Count Stankar: Landolfi, Francesco
Federico di Frengel: Nacoski, Blagoj
Stiffelio: Ganci, Luciano

Set/Stage Designer: Tinti, Mauro
Costume Designer: Tinti, Mauro
Lighting Designer: Di Lorio, Giuseppe
Choreographer: Howell, Ron
Stage Director: Vick, Graham
Television Director: De Plano, Daniele

Date of Production: 2017
Festival: Verdi Festival
Venue: Teatro Regio, Parma
Playing Time: 01:58:56
Catalogue Number: 37806
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Synopsis

Giuseppe Verdi's Stiffelio is a tense moral drama in which a Protestant minister learns of his wife's betrayal and is torn between a thirst for revenge and his religious duty of forgiveness. These themes of adultery and divorce were social taboos in 1850, and Stiffelio was met with such censorship and disapproval that it was soon withdrawn.

Today we can appreciate both the title character's significance as the first true Verdi tenor, and the many wonderful moments in this 'most unjustly neglected of Verdi's operas'.

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