Il tabarro / Suor Angelica / Gianni Schicchi

The conductor Valerio Galli and the director Denis Krief return at the Teatro del Maggio for the Puccini’s Trittico: Il tabarro, Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi. First performed on December 14, 1918 at the Metropolitan in New York with a substantially positive outcome, the three works together are a perfect balance of music and drama: it begins with a story of jealousy ending with a murder, then continue with a family tragedy and, only at the end, a comedy comes out. Although the works had been composed to be a unique act, nowadays they are often separated to be combined with other operas of similar theme or staged individually.

Program and cast

Artists


Conductor: Valerio Galli

Director: Denis Krief

Suor Angelica/Giorgetta: José Maria Siri

Orchestra and Chorus of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
Chrous Master: Lorenzo Fratini

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Teatro del Maggio

Teatro del Maggio is in the centre, close to the old city walls, next to the historic Stazione Leopolda. The garden that welcomes visitors is Piazzale Vittorio Gui, named after the founder of the Stabile Orchestrale Fiorentina and the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.


By train
Santa Maria Novella is Florence's main train station.
From there you can reach the theatre with a short walk (about 10-15 minutes) or by taking the tram (a stop) or a taxi.


By car
The Opera di Firenze is just outside the ZTL area.
It is possible to park near the Parco delle Cascine or for a fee in the Porta al Prato car park (Via Elio Gabbuggiani, 7) and in the Piazza Vittorio Veneto car park.


By bus
Lines C1, C2 and D (Leopolda stop);
Lines 17 and 23A-B (stop Via delle Carra);
Lines 17B-C, 22, 23N, 23 and 57 (Pierluigi da Palestrina stop);
Lines 29, 29B, 29BA, 29BC, 29D, 30A, 30B, 30AC, 35 and 35° (stop Leopolda - Porta al Prato; Capolinea).


By tram
Line T1 (stop Porta al Prato - Parco della musica).

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