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Written shortly after The Marriage of Figaro
. Based on the famous legend of Don Juan the master seducer from whom no woman can be considered safe. Don Giovanni pursues, seduces, rapes and murders and in the climax is pulled to hell by a stone statue of one of his victims come to life - he remains unrepentant. His servant Leporello witnesses all his masters wrongs. There is also a rarely performed opera of the same name (and story) by Giuseppe Gazzaniga which was first performed in 1786, eight months before Mozart's version.Performers Taras Shtonda (Il Commendatore), Layla Claire (Donna Anna), Ben Johnson (Don Ottavio), Elliot Madore (Don Giovanni), Edwin Crossley-Mercer (Leporello), Serena Farnocchia (Donna Elvira), Lenka Macikova (Zerlina), Brandon Cedel (Masetto).
Music Mozart. Lyrics Da Ponte (1787). Producer Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Conductor Andrew Orozco-Estrada. Director Jonathan Kent. Director Lloyd Wood (revival director). Design Paul Brown. Director Denni Sayers (movement). Lighting Mark Henderson. Director Paul Benzing (fight).
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