Giuseppe Verdi

Salzburg-100: Don Carlo

Зальцбург-100: Дон Карлос

The Salzburg Festival hosts a new production of Verdi’s “Don Carlo”, directed by Peter Stein and embodied by Jonas Kaufmann. The production is based on the original version of the opera, which includes those passages that were cut shortly before the first performance in 1867. Verdi’s masterpiece demands world-class singers at the peak of their powers, such as Jonas Kaufmann, “who combines absolute technical stability with the highest musical intelligence”, and soprano Anja Harteros, who’s “Elisabetta is quite simply sublime: majestically phrased, rich in nuance, clear of diction and moving easily from immaculately floated pianissimo to sterling fortissimo”. (The Telegraph)

Language

Italian

Runtime

4 hours 15 minutes with two intermissions

Act 1

100 min

Intermission

10 min

Act 2

80 min

Intermission

10 min

Act 3

56 min

2013

16+

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