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VenueThe Royal Albert Hall
Other spaces: Elgar Room
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From2nd September 2019
To2nd September 2019
What is currently on at The Royal Albert Hall (V221)

Prom 59

Prom 59T01355712153
Part of the BBC Proms.

Archive :: production:T01355712153, concert:S5996, venue:V221

Benvenuto Cellini

Sir John Eliot Gardiner brings his five-year series of Berlioz performances to a triumphant close, and this summer's 150th-anniversary celebrations to a spectacular climax, with the composer's rarely performed opera Benvenuto Cellini, based on the life and loves of the Renaissance sculptor - culminating in the forging of a vast masterwork. With its sprawling storytelling and vastly demanding score, this is a piece built for the scope of the Royal Albert Hall. American tenor Michael Spyres sings the title-role.


Performer Michael Spyres (Benvenuto Cellini)
Performer Sophia Burgos (Teresa)
Performer Matthew Rose (Balducci)
Performer Tareq Nazmi (Pope Clement VII)
Performer Krystian Adam (Francesco)
Performer Ashley Riches (Bernardino)
Performer Lional Lhote (Fieramosca)
Performer Adele Charvet (Ascanio)
Company Monteverdi Choir
Company Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique
Conductor John Eliot Gardiner (Sir)

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