NSO Music Director Leonard Slatkin takes to the podium for this Washington National Opera revival of Tosca, Puccini's supremely lyrical masterpiece, featuring a powerful and passion- nate score that includes Tosca's anguished "Vissi d'arte," and two of Italian opera's greatest tenor arias. Tosca, the diva who "lives for art," is swept up in an all-too-real game of political and sexual intrigue when the cunning Scarpia uses her own jealousy to trap her lover, Cavaradossi--with fatal consequences for all concerned.
Performed in Italian with English Supertitles.
NOTE: Supertitles not visible from Rear Orchestra.
- Floria Tosca, May 6, 13, 16, 19, 22M, 28M)
- Floria Tosca, May 25, 28E, 31)
- Mario Cavaradossi, May 6, 13, 16, 19, 22M, 28M)
- Mario Cavaradossi, May 25, 28E, 31)
- Scarpia, (Dates Tba)
Guido Le Brón
- Scarpia (Dates Tba)
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