Autumn Trilogy
concept and curatorship of the project Cristina Mazzavillani Muti


opera in four acts
libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni
from Auguste Mariette
music Giuseppe Verdi

conductor Nicola Paszkowski
direction Cristina Mazzavillani Muti
set and visual designer Ezio Antonelli
lighting designer Vincent Longuemare

video programmer Davide Broccoli
costumes Laura Biagiotti
choreography Lara Guidetti

Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini
Coro Luigi Cherubini e Coro Lirico Marchigiano
choirmaster Antonio Greco

Danzactori Trilogia d’autunno and Giovani Energie Creative

Aida Monika Falcon
Aida dancer Lara Viscuso
Amneris Ana Victoria Pitts
Amneris dancer Lara Guidetti
Amonasro Serban Vasile
Grande Sacerdotessa Maria Paola Di Carlo
Il Re Adriano Gramigni
Messaggero Riccardo Rados
Radames Azer Zada
Ramfis Andrea Vittorio De Campo
dirge Simge Buyukedes

Three extraordinary women, three different styles, three unmistakable moments of a century: Bellini’s Norma (1831), the greatest example of the belcanto style, is followed by Verdi’s Aida (1871), the heart of XIX-century melodrama. Then, a mere four years later, the new atmosphere that had led Verdi to retreat into a long period of silence began to take shape with Bizet’s masterpiece, Carmen, whose irresistible drive anticipated the sentimental realism of Verismo. In an unexpected game of cross-references, Bellini’s nuances now penetrate Verdi’s score, which in its turn anticipates some future trends, bringing together three women who, carried by faith, love, and freedom, claimed their absolute right to choose a destiny of death.

The format of the Autumn Trilogy is now tried and tested, alternating three different operas on the same stage on consecutive nights. The theatrical machine assembles a scene and then pulls it apart, transforms it, renews it, playing with the inventiveness and creativity of an effective mix of young talents, experienced craftsmen and cutting-edge technology. Three original productions will bring three legendary opera characters to life: if the drama of Norma comes alive amid bulky and eloquent metaphysical symbols, surrounded by shadows and ghosts, the story of Aida is bathed in an evocative, magniloquent, ever-changing series of virtual images, while the tragedy of Carmen develops in a restless gloom slashed by blades of fleshy, bloody, deadly red light.

Until 18 May exclusive pre-sale for agencies and tour operators
From 15 July carnet pre-sale for the 2019 Festival season ticket and carnet holders, 2018 Trilogy carnet holders
From 19 September new carnet and single ticket pre-sale