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Amongst the most popular of Verdi's operas, La traviata is the work of a master of the musical drama. Its perfumed arias and soaring choruses vividly depict the ravishingly decadent but glamorous world of Parisian high society as the background to a heart rending story of romantic happiness destroyed. Original book called La Dame aux Camelias
.Performers Richard Milone (leader), Nicholas Jenkins (chorus master), Mane Galoyan (Violetta Valery), Emma Kerr (Flora Bervoix), John Mackenzie-Lavansch (Marchese D'Obigny), Nicholas Folwell (Baron Douphol), Donald Thomson (Doctor Grenvil - Not Nov 24), Joseph Padfield (Doctor Grenvil - Nov 24), Nico Darmanin (Gastone), Emanuele D'Aguanno (Alfred Germont - Oct 12-21), Luis Gomes (Alfredo Germont - Oct 24 - Nov 30), Claire Barnett-Jones (Annina), Daniel Mullaney (Giuseppe), Noel Bouley (Giorgio Germont), Romanas Kudriasovas (Messenger), Joseph Padfield (Flora Servant - Nov Nov 24), Jerome Knox (Flora's Servant - No 24), Jessicca Barlow (dancer), Soledad de la Hoz (dancer), Bianca Hopkins (dancer), Sarah O'Connell (dancer), Sarah Ward (dancer), Anna-Marie Sullivan (actor).
Music Verdi. Lyrics Francesco Maria Piave. Book by Dumas. Company Glyndebourne. Conductor Christoph Altstaedt. Director Tom Cairns. Director James Hurley (revival director). Design Hildegard Bechtler. Costume Hildegard Bechtler. Choreographer Aletta Collins. Choreographer Emily Piercy (revival choreography). Lighting Peter Mumford. Lighting Keith Benson. Company Glyndebourne Tour Orchestra. Company Glyndebourne Chorus. Conductor Ben Glassberg (assistant).
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