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The Barber of Seville

Gioacchino Rossini

Original Title: Il Barbiere Di Siviglia

Opera buffa in two acts and four scenes by Gioacchino Rossini

Libretto by Cesare Sterbini

Based on Pierre-Augustin's comedy of Beaumarchais,
"Le Barbier de Seville"

Original version in Italian with subtitles (optional)

Cast

Musical Director : Martin Mázik
Stage Manager : Pier Francisco Maestrini
Musical Director : Luis Miguel Lainz

Customes : Arrigo (Milano - Italia)
Wigs : Mario Audello (Torino - Italia)

Soloists, Choir and Orchestra from Opera 2001

ALMAVIVA, Tenor
Jon Plazaola, Giorgio Trucco
                                     
FIGARO, Baritone
Javier Galán, Michele Govi    

ROSINA, Soprano
Linda Campanella, Hiroko Morita        

BARTOLO, Comic-bass
Matteo PEIRONE, Stefano De Peppo

FIORELLO, Baritone
Alfredo Buendia

BERTA, Sorprano
Roberta Mattelli

* Cast still to be determined, this list is  merely a guide based on our latest production. Auditions in progress to determine the final cast

Play's presentation

The action is set in Seville, in the eighteenth century:

It is the story of the old Doctor Bartolo, determined to marry his pupil Rosina.
But Rosina is in love with the young Count Almaviva who, with the complicity of the barber Figaro, comes disguised in various ways to Bartolo's house.
Basilio, a suspicious Jesuit alternately serves the interests of both Bartolo and Almaviva...

Characters:
Count Almaviva; Doctor Bartolo, Rosina's tutor; Don Basilio, a music teacher; Figaro, a barber; Fiorello, servant of the Count; Rosina, Berta (servant of Don Bartolo)

Synopsis

The action is set in Seville, in the eighteenth century

ACT I
(two scenes: a street in front of Bartolo's house, then inside the house).

Almaviva sings a serenade under the windows of Rosina; Figaro the barber offers himself to facilitate his projects. Rosina leans out of the balcony and drops a music scroll containing a note.
Bartolo, wary, considereds prudent not to waste time and runs inside Basilio's home, in charge of preparing everything for his wedding.
However, the Count and Figaro are intending to enter Bartolo house thanks to a stratagem. Rosina writes a letter to Almaviva, which Figaro intercepts. Basilio arrives and, after informing Bartolo of the Count's presence in Seville, suggests that some slander will divert the importunate. Then Bartolo interrogates his pupil, who deftly pretends; Almaviva appears, disguised as a soldier: he is drunk and puts to the test his tutor's patience (the act ends with a sextet and finale: one of the most demonized and renowned the lyric theatre).

SECOND ACT
(two scenes: Bartolo's house).

Now, Almaviva presents himself dressed as a singing teacher: as soon as she recognizes her "professor", Rosina accepts to showcase her vocal virtuosity (here, the "singing lesson" usually has a bright fragment that replaces the original aria "Contro un cor").
But Basilio, when everyone believed him sick, unexpectedly appears: Almaviva gives him a bag Basilio consent to lay down again. However, Bartolo unmasks the Count and throws them all out.
The next night a storm brakes down which Figaro and Almaviva take advantage off to slip through a window; meanwhile, Bartolo sends for a notary ...
When the Count comes in, Rosina, deceived by her tutor presents overwhelms him with reproaches: but soon Almaviva reveals his identity and when Basilio arrives with the notary, the young ones immediately marry. As soon as Bartolo learns that Almaviva cedes him Rosina's dowry, he complies with philosophy.

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