Così fan tutte

Così fan tutte

From January 23rd until February 19th, 2017, the Opera de Paris organizes a new performance of Così fan tutte, one of the most popular and extraordinary operas that were composed by the leading composer of the Classical era Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, at the Opera Garnier.

Così fan tutte had its world premiere on January 26th, 1790, at the Burgtheaterin theater, in Vienna. It was written in Italian language by the Italian opera librettist who wrote The Marriage of Figaro (1786) and Don Giovanni (1787), Lorenzo Da Ponte.

The new show at Palais Garnier will take place under the conduction of the famous and talented conductor Philippe Jordan.

 

Cast:

Fiordiligi               Jacquelyn Wagner

                              Ida Falk-Winland (31 Jan & 07 Feb)

Dorabella             Michèle Losier

                              Stephanie Lauricella (31 Jan & 07 Feb)

Ferrando              Frédéric Antoun

                              Cyrille Dubois (31 Jan & 07 Feb)

Guglielmo            Philippe Sly

                              Edwin Crossley-Mercer (31 Jan & 07 Feb)

Despina               Ginger Costa-Jackson

                              Maria Celeng (31 Jan & 07 Feb)

Don Alfonso         Paulo Szot

                              Simone Del Savio (31 Jan & 07 Feb)

 

Fiordiligi (Dancer)           Cynthia Loemij

                                       Juliette Hilaire

Dorabella (Dancer)         Samantha Van Wissen

                                       Camille de Bellefon

Ferrando (Dancer)          Julien Monty

                                       Adrien Couvez

Guglielmo (Dancer)        Michaël Pomero

                                       Alexandre Gasse

Despina (Dancer)             Marie Goudot

                                         Miho Fujii

Don Alfonso (Dancer)    Boštjan Antončič

                                      Vincent Chaillet

 

The Grands Hotels Parisiens are not too far from the Palais Garnier. So, if you are one of our guests, don’t hesitate to attend this spectacular performance.