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Tiroler Festspiele Erl - Bianca e Falliero - G.Rossini

A city aspires to world power, uncovers conspiracies of spying ambassadors, defeats its enemies and isolates itself for fear of being threatened. Behind its high walls, the megalomaniacal dwarf state suppresses all forms of individuality, feelings and love. The inhuman system freezes. It is in this oppressive atmosphere that the family drama "Bianca e Falliero", Rossini's last opera written for La Scala in Milan, is set. It is one of his delightful but - wrongly - rarely performed works. The librettist Felice Romani combines an espionage story with a variant of the story of Romeo and Juliet, whereby this time the hostile families are in a long-standing inheritance dispute. Bianca, the daughter of Senator Contareno, secretly loves General Falliero, but her father's political and financial interests threaten her love. Bianca is mercilessly abused as a hostage of the family feud. Falliero, the victorious defender of the state, returns from the war at the moment when Bianca's forced marriage to Capellio is to be arranged. The conflicts are pre-programmed, and Bianca's tensile tests between fatherly love as the original bond and the promised devotion to the beloved gave Rossini the opportunity to expand his vocal and orchestral means of expression. Not least because of the high vocal demands, the opera could not assert itself during the composer's lifetime. It was not until 1986 that the work was rediscovered and revealed its extraordinary qualities.

Musical direction Giuliano Carella
Staging Tilmiann Köhler
Stage design Karoly Risz
Costumes Susanne Uhl
Dramaturgy Zsolt Horpácsy
Orchestra of the Tyrolean Festival Erl

Bianca - Heather Philips
Falliero - Beth Taylor
Priuli - Attila Mokus
Contareno - Bruce Sledge
Capellio - Giovanni Battista Parodi
A registrar / An officer / A bailiff - Michael Petruccelli

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Tiroler Festspiele Erl - Bianca e Falliero - G.Rossini - Erl

A city aspires to world power, uncovers conspiracies of spying ambassadors, defeats its enemies and isolates itself for fear of being threatened. Behind its high walls, the megalomaniacal dwarf state suppresses all forms of individuality, feelings and love. The inhuman system freezes. It is in this oppressive atmosphere that the family drama "Bianca e Falliero", Rossini's last opera written for La Scala in Milan, is set. It is one of his delightful but - wrongly - rarely performed works. The librettist Felice Romani combines an espionage story with a variant of the story of Romeo and Juliet, whereby this time the hostile families are in a long-standing inheritance dispute. Bianca, the daughter of Senator Contareno, secretly loves General Falliero, but her father's political and financial interests threaten her love. Bianca is mercilessly abused as a hostage of the family feud. Falliero, the victorious defender of the state, returns from the war at the moment when Bianca's forced marriage to Capellio is to be arranged. The conflicts are pre-programmed, and Bianca's tensile tests between fatherly love as the original bond and the promised devotion to the beloved gave Rossini the opportunity to expand his vocal and orchestral means of expression. Not least because of the high vocal demands, the opera could not assert itself during the composer's lifetime. It was not until 1986 that the work was rediscovered and revealed its extraordinary qualities.

Musical direction Giuliano Carella
Staging Tilmiann Köhler
Stage design Karoly Risz
Costumes Susanne Uhl
Dramaturgy Zsolt Horpácsy
Orchestra of the Tyrolean Festival Erl

Bianca - Heather Philips
Falliero - Beth Taylor
Priuli - Attila Mokus
Contareno - Bruce Sledge
Capellio - Giovanni Battista Parodi
A registrar / An officer / A bailiff - Michael Petruccelli

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