×
About
casting
Medias
Bonus
next show
Simon Boccanegra
Opera
Opera

Simon Boccanegra

GIUSEPPE VERDI (1813-1901)
Opera in one prologue and three acts
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave and Arrigo Boito
Season 2017-18
Duration: 2h30
Incl. 1 intermission

Amelia, who disappeared as a child, finally finds her father 25 years later.

Simon Boccanegra, doge of Genoa, finds his daughter, who has been missing for twenty-five years, in the house of his enemy Fiesco. Between the conflicts that plague the country and the misunderstandings that reign between those who surround him, the doge’s life is at risk. As he lays dying after being poisoned, the doge explains to all that Amelia is both his daughter and Fiesco’s granddaughter, easing tensions. He designates Gabriele, his daughter’s lover, as his successor, before he falls asleep forever.

Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave and Arrigo Boito
Second version : first performed in Teatro alla Scala, Milan, 24 March 1881
Éditions G. Ricordi & Co. Bühnen- und Musikverlag GmbH, Berlin

New production Opéra de Lausanne, in Co-Production with Théâtre National Slovène Maribor and Fondazione Lirico Sinfonica Petruzzelli e Teatri di Bari

Simon Boccanegra Roberto Frontali
Amelia Maria Katzarava
Jacopo Fiesco George Andguladze
Gabriele Adorno Andeka Gorrotxategi
Paolo Albiani Benoît Capt
Pietro Alexandre Diakoff
Capitano Tristan Blanchet
Servant Myriam Bouhzada

Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne
Opéra de Lausanne Choir prepared by Salvo Sgrò

Conductor Stefano Ranzani
Director and set designer Arnaud Bernard
Costume designer Marianna Stránská
Lighting designer Patrick Méeüs
Assistant director Angela Saroglou
Assistant set designer Virgile Koering
Assistant costume designer Kamila Sarkova

Behind the scenes

Coming soon

Concert
Marina Viotti & friends
Music has no borders
Sep
23
See calendar
You watched

Behind the scenes

Roberto Frontali

Discover also

Ariadne auf Naxos
Opera in one act with prologue
RICHARD STRAUSS (1864-1949)
Mar
17
to
24
ORPHÉE ET EURYDICE
CHRISTOPH WILLIBALD GLUCK (1714-1787)
Jun
02
to
12