Donizetti


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Italian composer of operas (1797-1848)

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There have been Donizetti performances all over the place in recent memory (Welsh National Opera two seasons ago can claim a lot of credit for that).
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Designer Madeleine Boyd's vision is a bleak black set, forming the backdrop for the entire trilogy of Donizetti Tudor histories being toured (Maria Stuarda is tonight, and Roberto Devereux tomorrow).
This performance, based on a "critical revision" by Maria Chiara Bertieri, was presented in 2008 at the Donizetti Festival in the composer's home town of Bergamo.
If you want to hear her melt her way through glorious French chansons, or sparkle in bel canto by Donizetti and Verdi, it's a must.
January 7 Gaetano Donizetti The Elixir of Love 1:30 pm
Sempre Libera (arias from works by Verdi, Bellini, Donizetti, and Puccini).
Don Pasquale (nocturne), by Gaetano Donizetti and arranged by Francois Nerini.
Coloratura is a prerequisite for the bel canto operas of Bellini, Rossini, and Donizetti, which is why the Italian operas of the early 19th century invariably feature the soprano or mezzo-soprano as the star performer.
AN operatic rarity by Donizetti comes to the University of Warwick Arts Centre tonight, when English Touring Opera presents his Wild Man Of The West Indies.
ROHM's Artistic Director, Umberto Fanni, commented: "This opera buffo by Gaetano Donizetti sparkles with fun and mischief.
And for 2013 it's presenting a trio of Tudor operas - Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda and Roberto Devereux - by Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti (plus Tosca, if Henry VIII isn't your thing).
Donizetti is all about beautiful singing and this final instalment of WNO's Tudor trilogy lived up to the mark.
THE UK's leading touring opera company comes to Coventry next month with three new productions of operas by Mozart, Verdi and Donizetti.
FEAST DAYOF ST BRENDAN OF BIRR 1797: Gaetano Donizetti, opera composer (Lucia di Lammermoor), was born in Bergamo, Italy.