The Ernani conducted by Riccardo Muti opens the season at the Opera House. The exhibition staged in Rome from November 27, preceded by the lecture-concert for students

On November 27, at 19.00, the curtain of the Teatro Costanzi in Rome will rise on the Ernani by Giuseppe Verdi ( staged in Venice in 1844 ), the staging that inaugurates the new 2013-2014 season of the Opera Rome.

Ernani is a melodrama full of beautiful tunes as Ernani , involami and famous and popular choral moments Si ridesti il Leon di Castiglia. At the base of the story of the same name play by Victor Hugo ‘manifesto’ of the French theatrical romance .

On the podium, Maestro Riccardo Muti, who continues the great fresco of the Verdi bicentennial after the triumph of the public and press, the Opera House, which has welcomed Simon Boccanegra, I due Foscari and Nabucodonosor. The direction of this new production of Ernani is signed, with the sets and costumes, by Hugo de Ana. After the premiere of Wednesday, November 27 ( 19.00 ) Ernani will be replicated, Friday, November 29 ( 20.0 hours ), Sunday 1 ( 16.30), Tuesday 3 ( 20.00 ), Tuesday 10 ( 20:00), Thursday 12 ( 20:00) Saturday, December 14 ( 18.00) .

Also Monday, November 18, at 18.00, at the Teatro Costanzi Maestro Riccardo Muti will read Ernani at the piano in a lecture-concert aimed at students of Universities and Conservatories, to tell young people the story, the secrets and the most beautiful musical moments of Verdi’s masterpiece. Admission is free and is open to students from Universities and Conservatories who will be properly registered and have received confirmation from the theater.

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