The season, dedicated to the master scenographer Josef Svoboda who died ten years ago, will begin with his La Traviata of mirrors (on stage 20-29 July, 4-12 August).
In this golden age for the Sferisterio, Francesca will illustrate the love between Violetta and Alfredo, but also La Bohéme (on stage 21-27 July, 5-10 August) and Carmen (on stage 22-28 July, 3-11 August).
The season's programme and the new look designs have been presented last month at a press conference in the Svoboda Auditorium at the Fine Arts Academy of Macerata.
A project like this, which makes the opera season the prime mover in a world of fringe activities (Off Festival), has an automatic positive effect, in both the short and long term, on the city's and the region's economy, thus increasing the value of the Marche region in an active and, above all, modern way.
"There's nothing more powerful than beauty in a wicked world," goes a song I heard in a concert some time ago: evidently, at the Sferisterio they understand this.
For further information or if you want to visit the Sferisterio, or would like to see the Opera there please contact Giuliano Gnagnatti tel: 07764 475331 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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