Barbiere di Siviglia di G. Rossini ARENA DI VERONA FESTIVAL LIRICO 2015
THE BERBER OF SEVILLE (Opera in 2 acts – Music by G. Rossini – Libretto by C. Sterbini)
The Barber of Seville, which was initially titled “Almaviva, o sia l’inutile precauzione”, was presented for the first time at the Theatre Argentina in Rome on the 20th February 1816. It was largely whistled, but it is said to be a plan made by the Theatre Valle, which competed with Theatre Argentina, or by some Paisiello’s follower, which had already given his personal interpretation of “The barber of Seville” in 1782. It all was released by the large success in the following repeated performances, which were able to eclipse the opera by Parisiello and make of Rossini’s one of the most represented operas in the world.
ATTENTION: REDUCED TICKETS
Reduced tickets (under 30 and over 65) available for all performances every day:
Poltrone: 102€ - 111€ on the weekend
Numbered seats on the ring: 82€ - 91€ on the weekend
Lateral numbered seats on the ring : 64€ - 74€ on the weekend
Unnumbered stone-steps, sector D/E: 22.50€ - 24€ on the weekend
Unnumbered stone-steps, sector C/F: 19€ - 20.50 € on the weekend
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ATTENTION – PROMOTIONAL PRICES :
Tickets with promotional prices are available until the 24th December 2014.