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La cambiale di matrimonio, Rossini's first professional work for the stage and the weakest in the collection, foreshadows elements of wit and sentiment that are refined in his later works.
`La Cambiale di Matrimonio'' includes the soprano aria "Vorrei spiegarvi il giubilo," which Joan Sutherland performed frequently and recorded several times.
Turley, a new member of the UO music faculty, has a doctoral degree in voice from the University of Texas and has sung more than 35 operatic roles since 1994, including "La Cambiale di Matrimonio" at the Conservatorio di Stefano in Castelfranvo, Veneto, Italy.
After 10 days of assorted "concept opera"--Rupert Goold's Chinese-restaurant Turandot, Christof Loy's table-and-chair Tristan and, in Wexford, Roberto Rec-chia's barcoded-space-clone Cambiale di matrimonio--it was a relief to walk into London's Barbican Hall Oct.
La cambiale di matrimonio was Rossini's first professional opera, the first of several one-act farces written for Venice in 1810.
E probabile che appartenga a questo periodo anche La cambiale di matrimonio (11), dramma federiciano da cui Gaetano Rossi ricavo una breve farsa comica in un atto, poi musicata dall'esordiente Gioacchino Rossini, che ancora diciottenne, rappresentava in scena per la prima volta--al Teatro San Moise di Venezia il 3 novembre 1810--un'opera lirica.
Three and a half weeks of intense training for nine young professional and pre-professional singers culminated in the Highlands Opera Studio's presentations of two chamber operas, Rossini's La cambiale di matrimonio (The Marriage Contract) and Pasatieri's Signor Deluso.
Opera York will be staging its first operas, a double-bill of Rossini's La Cambiale di Matrimonio and Puccini's Il Tabarro on October 17 and 18.