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Simon Boccanegra, a corsair, and his lover Maria have a child, but Maria dies in childbirth and her father (Fiesco) refuses to acknowledge Boccanegra as his son-in-law. Boccanegra is later elected Doge of Genoa and, as the years pass and his power grows he is plotted against by Fiesco and Adorno (a young nobleman in love with Fiesco's ward). Boccanegro recognises Fiesco's ward as his lost daughter but is poisoned - the parties are reconciled as Boccanegra dies and declares Adorno his successor. New 1997 touring production. Sung in Italian with English surtitles. Co-production with Opera du Rhin

Performers Phillip Joll, Nuccia Focile, Paul Charles Clarke, Alastair Miles, Arwel Huw Morgan.
Music Verdi. Company Welsh National Opera. Conductor Carlo Rizzi. Director David Pountney. Design Ralph Koltai.

Simon Boccanegra

Simon Boccanegra (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T01606431516. Details of all Simon Boccanegra archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2088

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15 Jul 97
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18 Jul 97
Mayflower Theatre
Southampton
Hampshire
8 Jul 97
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11 Jul 97
New Theatre
Oxford
Oxfordshire
1 Jul 97
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4 Jul 97
Venue Cymru (formerly - North Wales Theatre)
Llandudno
Gwynedd
24 Jun 97
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27 Jun 97
Bristol Hippodrome
Bristol
City of Bristol
10 Jun 97
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13 Jun 97
Birmingham Hippodrome
Birmingham
West Midlands
19 May 97
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28 May 97
New Theatre
Cardiff
Glamorgan

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