Autumn Trilogy: Mozart – Da Ponte

Don Giovanni
dramma giocoso in two acts, libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte
music Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
(premiere Praga, Nostiztheater, 29 October 1787)

Don Giovanni Christian Federici
Donna Anna Iulia Maria Dan
Don Ottavio Julien Henric
Il Commendatore/ Masetto Callum Thorpe
Donna Elvira Arianna Vendittelli
Leporello Robert Gleadow
Zerlina Chiara Skerath

conductor Erina Yashima

Ivan Alexandre direction
Antoine Fontaine set and costume design
Ivan Alexandre and Antoine Fontaine lighting design
direction assistant Romain Gilbert
lighting design assistant Stephane Lebel

Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini
fortepiano Lars Henrik Johansen

Coro Luigi Cherubini and
Coro dell’Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “Giuseppe Verdi”
choirmaster Antonio Greco

production Drottningholms Slottsteater (Svezia)
in co-production with Château de Versailles Spectacles (Parigi)
re-staged by Opéra National de Bordeaux, Gran Teatro del Liceu Barcellona e Château de Versailles Spectacles,
Teatro Alighieri di Ravenna, Teatro Galli di Rimini e Teatro Verdi di Salerno

2012-2022: ten autumns, ten trilogies. The great lyric repertoire, ballet, operetta; a few special projects; lots of Verdi, a Puccini that bordered on the musical, and some unforgettable, formidable women… And now… Mozart! Nothing less than the Da Ponte trilogy! The bold and ambitious formula of the Ravenna Festival Autumn Trilogy returns with three unparalleled masterpieces, joining forces with two of the oldest opera houses in Europe, the Swedish Drottningholm Palace Theatre and Opéra Royal de Versailles, to complement the “local” Cherubini Orchestra and the young conductors of the Riccardo Muti Opera Academy. A mix that, thanks to the agile stage machinery, will capture the audience on consecutive nights, and drag it into the vortex of an unforgettable full immersion in Mozart.

Until 31 July presale only for travel agencies and tour operators 
The presales of the carnets for the holders of the Ravenna Festival 2022 carnets will start on 8 September, instead of the 4th of July as previously advised.
From 19 September carnet and ticket presale