Don Juan

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Synonyms for Don Juan

Synonyms for Don Juan

a man who seduces women

a man amorously attentive to women

Words related to Don Juan

any successful womanizer (after the legendary profligate Spanish nobleman)

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"We are accommodating as many of the bookings as we can at our sister site Cibo on Liverpool Road and will be running a supplementary menu where a lot of dishes from Don Giovanni will be added and available from today.
Irish baritone Gavan Ring, who was making his debut with WNO, threw himself into the role of Don Giovanni with vigour and commitment.
His concept of Don Giovanni as a time-traveller, mostly between the 1890s and the 1950s, adds little, except to give Madeleine Boyd the chance to create some gloriously outlandish costumes.
Don Giovanni is an opera in two acts with music by W olfgang Amadeus Mozart and Italian li bretto by L oreanzo Da Ponte .
Mozart's Don Giovanni is an opera in two acts and the libretto was written by Lorenzo Da Ponte.
Before starting in on these more general issues, however, I will describe the argument for Don Giovanni's superior status in silhouette, as a point of departure.
Starring Christopher Maltman as Don Giovanni, the production, which focuses on the power of his imagination will be screened at 7pm on Saturday, July 3.
The 1979 French-Italian film Don Giovanni, based loosely on Mozart's classic opera of the same name, will be followed by dinner in the courtyard next to the fountain.
L'Opera, chef d'œuvre [beaucoup moins que] Don Giovanni [beaucoup plus grand que], drame joyeux de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), a ete presente, mardi dernier au soir, a Alger, par l'Orchestre symphonique national (OSN) dirige par le maestro Amine Kouider, devant un public ravi de renouer avec le chant lyrique des grandes œuvres universelles.
ON October 29th 1787 in Prague, Don Giovanni, one of the best-known operas of all time, had its premiere performance - and now acclaimed tenor Rolando Villazon is telling its story, making this a must-see for music fans.
ONAll Hallows'Eve, His Majesty's Theatre dimmed the lights and pulled back the curtain into a dark, twisted fantasy of desire and reckoning in Scottish Opera's Don Giovanni.
1787: Mozart's opera Don Giovanni was first performed, in Prague.