Concerts

La Traviata-2012-2013

Giuseppe Verdi


Palacio Euskalduna.   20:00 h.

La traviata

A melodramma in three acts
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave based on the novel and play La dame aux camélias (The Lady of the Camellias) by Alexandre Dumas, fils
Music by Giuseppe Verdi
First performed in the Teatro La Fenice (The Phoenix opera house) in Venice on 6 March, 1853

 

Violetta Valéry (soprano)
Flora Bervoix (mezzo-soprano)
Annina (soprano)
Alfredo Germont (tenor)
Giorgio Germont, father of Alfredo (baritone)
Gastone, Viscount of Letorières (tenor)
Barone Douphol (baritone)
Marchese d’Obigny (bass)
Dottore Grenvil (Dr. Grenvil) (bass)
Giuseppe, Violetta’s servant (tenor)
Domestico di Flora (Flora’s servant) (bass)
Commissionario (a messenger) (bass)

DATES

  • 29 September 2012       Palacio Euskalduna      20:00 h.
  • 02 October 2012       Palacio Euskalduna      20:00 h.
  • 05 October 2012       Palacio Euskalduna      20:00 h.
  • 06 October 2012       Palacio Euskalduna      20:00 h.
  • 08 October 2012       Palacio Euskalduna      20:00 h.

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La traviata

A melodramma in three acts
Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave based on the novel and play
La dame aux camélias (The Lady of the Camellias) by Alexandre Dumas, fils
Music by Giuseppe Verdi
First performed in the Teatro La Fenice (The Phoenix opera house) in Venice on 6 March, 1853

 

Violetta Valéry (soprano)
Flora Bervoix (mezzo-soprano)
Annina (soprano)
Alfredo Germont (tenor)
Giorgio Germont, father of Alfredo (baritone)
Gastone, Viscount of Letorières (tenor)
Barone Douphol (baritone)
Marchese d’Obigny (bass)
Dottore Grenvil (Dr. Grenvil) (bass)
Giuseppe, Violetta’s servant (tenor)
Domestico di Flora (Flora’s servant) (bass)
Commissionario (a messenger) (bass)

 

Place: Paris and its vicinity, about the year 1700, one August and the following January and February.

 

Act I

We are at the house of Violetta Valéry, a beautiful courtesan, where a party is being held. In attendance are her protector and official lover, Barone Douphol, her close friend Flora Bervoix, and other members of Parisian high society. In the course of the evening a friend of Violetta’s, Viscount Gastone de Letorières, introduces to her a handsome young man of good family, said to have been secretly in love with her for some time: Alfredo Germont. During the toast, Alfredo declares his passionate love for her, which Violetta brushes off.
When the time comes for dancing, Violetta has to leave the room where the party is because of a coughing fit brought on by her illness. Alfredo seizes the opportunity to declare his love to the young woman and give her a flower. Violetta, fearful of falling for the charming young man, agrees to a second meeting: when the flower he has given her begins to wilt – that is, the following day – they can see one another again.
The party ends and Violetta, once she is alone, sets to thinking about the young man she has just met, and about her life too. She is torn between the new life of love offered her by Alfredo, and her present life as a courtesan in a carefree world helping her throw off the shadow cast by her illness and the prospect of dying young. Her ears catch Alfredo’s voice in the distance, and she seems to make up her mind.

 

Act II

Alfredo and Violetta have been happy together for several months. But just when everything seemed perfect, Alfredo learns from Annina, Violetta’s maid, that the upkeep of their new home in the country is forcing the sale of all her possessions. So Alfredo heads for Paris to seek financial help and lighten Violetta’s load.
Alone at home, Violetta has an unexpected visitor: Alfredo’s father, Giorgio Germont. He tells her that her relationship with his son is bringing shame upon the family. Giorgio tells Violetta about his daughter, Alfredo’s sister, whose fiancé’s family are blocking their marriage so long as Violetta is living with Alfredo. He chides her for seizing her chance at happiness in the knowledge that, with her reputation, she can never marry. He pleads earnestly with Violetta to break off her relationship with Alfredo, although he cannot help feeling impressed by her ladylike demeanour and he believes she is sincere. Violetta breaks down in tears, agreeing to do as he asks. When Giorgio leaves, Violetta starts on a letter saying goodbye to Alfredo but not telling him what prompted it. As she writes, Alfredo enters and is surprised to find her distraught. She assures him of her undying love and hurriedly leaves for Paris. After reading the letter she left for him, the anguished Alfredo is comforted by his father, who offers no explanation either as to what got into Violetta. Giorgio recommends that Alfredo return with his family to Provence. But Alfredo is bent on getting even with her.
Once in Paris, Flora holds a reception, to which Violetta comes on the arm of her old flame, Barone Douphol. The tension mounts when they run into Alfredo, looking cruelly indifferent. Violetta speaks to Alfredo in private and asks him to go for fear that her present lover might be stung into killing him, but Alfredo laughs it off. Leaving the gambling table with his winnings, Alfredo joins the guests and states that he wants to repay Violetta, before witnesses, all the money she has spent on him. He flings his winnings at her feet. Violetta is devastated. The guests feel Alfredo should show more respect to a woman. Giorgio, who has just entered in search of his son, chides him in public for such bad manners. Barone Douphol challenges Alfredo to a duel. Violetta faints onto the floor.

 

Act III

Over a month has gone by, during which time Violetta’s health has failed. Consumption (tuberculosis) is about to claim her life. In her Paris bedroom, Annina nurses her and reads to her over and over again a letter from Giorgio Germont, in the hope that it will bring her comfort. In it he tells her that Alfredo, after wounding Barone Douphol in the duel, had to leave the country. But Giorgio has now told his son the whole story, and Alfredo is on his way to ask her forgiveness. Violetta fears he may not get to her in time to say goodbye.
But Alfredo does, and the lovers embrace, remembering with nostalgia the happiness they shared. For a moment, it seems as if they may get a second chance, but Violetta is dying. She summons all her strength to give him her portrait and ask him to remake his life with a woman deserving of him. Violetta finds herself free from pain, only to die minutes later in Alfredo’s arms.

 

Marc Heilbron, ABAO-OLBE Season Book 2012-13


 

Representaciones del 29 Sept, 2, 5 y 8 Octubre        
 
Violetta Valery                Ermonela Jaho*
Alfredo Germont             José Bros
Giorgio Germont             Artur Rucinski*
Flora Bervoix                   Itxaro Mentxaka
Annina                             Ainhoa Zubillaga
Gastone                             Eduardo Ituarte
Barone Douphol              César San Martín*
Marchese D’Obigny        Damián del Castillo*
Dottor Grenvil                 Miguel Ángel Zapater
            
 
Representación del  6 de Octubre
 
Violetta Valery            Davinia Rodríguez*
Alfredo Germont         Merunas Vitulskis*
Giorgio Germont         Luis Cansino
Flora Bervoix               Itxaro Mentxaka
Annina                         Ainhoa Zubillaga
Gastone                         Eduardo Ituarte
Barone Douphol          César San Martín*
Marchese D’Obigny    Damián del Castillo*
Dottor Grenvil             Miguel Ángel Zapater
 
Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa
Coro de Ópera de Bilbao
                             
Director musical                            Keri Lynn Wilson
Director de escena                            Pier Luigi Pizzi
Director del coro                                 Boris Dujin

                                                                                            
Escenografía                          
Vestuario                                    
Iluminación                             
 
                             
 Producción ABAO-OLBE, TEATRO REAL                                       

*Debuta en ABAO-OLBE

 

 

 



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