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Don
Giovanni

Opera in two acts by Lorenzo Da Ponte

music by

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Milan

1st and 3rd DECEMBER 2016

Teatro dell'Arte
TRIENNALE DI MILANO
viale Alemagna, 6

Florence

10th - 12th - 13th JANUARY 2017

Teatro
della Pergola
via della Pergola, 30

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229 years after the premiere at the Prague Estates Theatre, the sounds of the original instruments for which Mozart composed “Don Giovanni” can once again be heard.

Fornasetti is directly engaged in the production of the opera, working with an exceptional team of artists, to rediscover the innovative force of the Prague manuscript, as opposed to the more customary approach of performing the second version of Don Giovanni, written by Mozart for the audience in Vienna. The layers of alterations made across the centuries have been cleared away, allowing the remarkable creative force of the original work to emerge.

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The Silete Venti! orchestra conducted by Simone Toni also reflects the make-up of an authentic Mozart ensemble: 30 elements playing period instruments, with the strings placed opposite the wind instruments, as was customary in the 1700s.
The vocalists, as a fundamental part of the project, have been selected for their precise affinities with the orchestra and its instruments.
The sets feature the use of imagery from the historical archives of Fornasetti, in a modern reinterpretation by Barnaba Fornasetti .
The costumes by Romeo Gigli fully convey the fragility of the characters, outside of space and time, marked by the memories of intense emotions.
The director Davide Montagna has kept faith with the spirit of the original production, while creating parallel dimensions in which to balance the imagery of Fornasetti with the harmonies of Mozart.
The lights by Gigi Saccomandi reveal or conceal, suggest, and sometimes assert – but they are never innocent.
The opera, as presented by this unprecedented work group under the artistic direction of Valeria Manzi and Roberto Coppolecchia , avoids any hint of conventional representation, with the aim of engaging and fascinating both opera lovers and a wider-ranging audience.
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Music by

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Mozart was born in Salzburg on 27 January 1756. As a child he demonstrated amazing musical gifts with the fortepiano and the violin. At the age of 5 he began to perform at the European courts as a child prodigy. In Milan he completed one of his first operas, Mitridate, re di Ponto, while in the years to follow he composed masterpieces like Le nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Così fan tutte, and dozens of symphonies.
    He died in Vienna on 5 December 1791 at the age of 35, leaving his last work, the Requiem, unfinished.

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libretto by

Lorenzo da Ponte

Born in Vittorio Veneto on 10 March 1749, he is considered one of the greatest librettists of all time. He worked with Mozart and Salieri, writing masterpieces like Le nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni and Il Ricco d'un giorno.
    In 1779 he left Venice after having been accused of “public concubinage” and began to work all over Europe. He moved to the United States in the early 1800s and became the first professor of Italian Literature at Columbia College. He died in New York on 17 August 1838.

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Behind the scenes

CONDUCTOR
SIMONE
TONI
Biography
CONDUCTOR
SIMONE TONI
“There is one date: 29th October 1787. Don Giovanni, an imaginary character, becomes a icon.”
Trained at Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Milan, at a very early age he became first oboe of the orchestra of Teatro alla Scala. In 1995 he moved to Amsterdam to concentrate on the world of Early Music. In 2004 he founded “Silete Venti!”, an orchestra of antique instruments, which rapidly became an international reference point in the field.
    The recent project Vivaldi e l’angelo di avorio produced with graphic design by Fornasetti and issued in three volumes by Sony has received great critical acclaim and two nominations for the International Classical Music Awards.
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PROJECT AND SET DESIGN
BARNABA
FORNASETTI
Biography
PROJECT AND SET DESIGN
BARNABA FORNASETTI
“I think this is the right occasion to break the boundaries of design and to explore a new realm where to apply decoration to.”
Trained at the Brera Fine Arts Academy of Milan, he worked with Ken Scott and Mondadori, and then moved to Tuscany to renovate old country homes. In 1982 he returned to Milan to work with his father, Piero Fornasetti; after his father’s death, he took the helm of the atelier, continuing its artistic tradition.
    In 2013 he curated the exhibition Piero Fornasetti: 100 Years of Practical Madness at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, then taking it to Paris in 2015 to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and to Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul in November 2016. Since 2014 his visual concept accompanies the Blind Date concerts in darkness by the composer and pianist Cesare Picco.
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CREATIVE DIRECTION AND COSTUMES
ROMEO
GIGLI
Biography
CREATIVE DIRECTION AND COSTUMES
ROMEO GIGLI
“After working on the project Don Giovanni by Mozart, I'm left with the desire of breaking the mould in complete freedom, away from a restraining vision.”
The “poet of fashion” made his debut with instant success on the worldwide scene in the early 1980s. He has often collaborated with artists in various fields, from Caetano Veloso to Pier Paolo Pasolini and Tupac Shakur, as well as Peter Gabriel, for whom he did art direction for concerts in 1991. A curator of exhibitions, in his spaces he has hosted shows by Izhar Patkin, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Gregos Psicoyos.
    He has designed costumes for the “Magic Flute” of John Eliot Gardiner, the film Prospero’s Books by Peter Greenaway, and the last performance of Merce Cunningham, Nearly Ninety.
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DIRECTOR
DAVIDE
MONTAGNA
Biography
DIRECTOR
DAVIDE MONTAGNA
“The feelings of the opera Don Giovanni are still very contemporary and have a strong emotional appeal on the audience.”
Art director and choreographer, he grew professionally in Italy and perfected his studies abroad. He collaborates with the dance school of Teatro della Scala and Volksoper theatre in Wien. He is professor at the Civica Scuola di Teatro Paolo Grassi in Milan and at Susanna Beltrami’s Dancehaus academy. He is part of the team of Quelquechose-Milano, a cross-media communication studio, and of Viagrande Studios’ management, a research centre and academy in the field of performance arts. He collaborates with the director Massimo Navone for productions at Teatro Piccolo in Milan and for the staging of various operas with the director Stefano Monti.
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LIGHTS
GIGI
SACCOMANDI
Biography
LIGHTS
GIGI SACCOMANDI
“Lights reveal or hide, they hint, sometimes declare, but they are never innocent.”
Trained at the University of Bologna in Entertainment Disciplines, he has done the lighting for over 250 theater and opera productions, collaborating with outstanding directors like Luca De Fusco, Daniele Abbado and Luca Ronconi. He works in the world’s most important theaters, from Teatro alla Scala in Milan to the Metropolitan Opera in New York. During the course of his career he has won many prizes, including that of the Associazione Nazionale Critici di Teatro, the UBU award, the Hystrio-Altre Muse prize and the Maschere Italiane prize for Don Giovanni in the production directed by Filippo Timi.
    He has taught lighting courses at the State University and the Brera Fine Arts Academy in Milan.
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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
VALERIA
MANZI
Biography
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
VALERIA MANZI
“We wanted to keep the complementarity among us, as we were gears moving a gigantic dream, like a transparent thread that holds everything together.”
Specializing in restoration with a degree in painting from the Fine Arts Academy of Como, she has worked on various restoration projects in Lombardy and Austria, and has taken part in the activities of engraving workshops and the production of refined artists’ books for publishers like Pulcino Elefante and Derbylius.
    She has organized events and exhibitions at Fondazione Stelline and Galleria Venti Correnti. She is a professor of chalcographic engraving at the Fine Arts Academy of Milan. She has worked with Fornasetti since 2007.
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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
ROBERTO
COPPOLECCHIA
Biography
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
ROBERTO COPPOLECCHIA
“In a project as this, the decision of donating fragments of our soul and skills was inescapable. To hold up to this poetic vision I’ve entered into this magical music box moving through the perfect mechanics of text and music.”
A saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist and composer, he began his career as a jazz and pop musician in the 1980s. In 1987 he produced the music for the theater piece “Chiamatemi Kowalski” directed by Gabriele Salvatores, starring Paolo Rossi. He has written original texts and music for many theater and television shows, also working on national and international ad campaigns.
    In 2008 he began to work with Barnaba Fornasetti as a consultant for musical projects.
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EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
ANDREA
NANNONI
Biography
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
ANDREA NANNONI
Graduated in Business and Economics, he is an accountant, auditor and founder associate of Studio Associato Masciello Nannoni in Milan.
    Soon after meeting Barnaba Fornasetti, they started a collaboration that has been growing through the years until they decided to join their talents in the partnership of the company owner of the Fornasetti brand. A combination between artistic vision and business strategies, namely the driving force for new directions in sustainable developments like producing and staging the opera Don Giovanni. Together they envisioned a lyric opera as the coexistence between culture and business with a view to the international audience.

On stage

ORCHESTRA
SILETE
VENTI!
Biography
ORCHESTRA
SILETE VENTI!
Silete Venti! was founded by Simone Toni in Milan for deeper study of the extraordinary musical repertoire of the Baroque and Classical period. The orchestra combines the use of original and historic instruments with a vivid focus on innovative techniques of execution. Silete Venti! is formed by musicians at the highest levels, winners of international competitions, already principals in famous orchestras and teachers in prestigious schools, joined by young players of exceptional talent.
    The group has received extensive public and critical acclaim for the CD of the rediscovered Concerto Doppio of Handel, and for the three-volume set Vivaldi e l’Angelo di avorio, nominated for the International Classical Music Awards in 2014 and 2015. The ensemble is engaged in a multiyear program of productions of the masterpieces of sacred music on the Passion of Christ, including the performance for the first time in Italy of the Brockes Passion of G.Ph. Telemann in 2016.
 
CHOIR
Biography
CHOIR
The vocalists of this performance are experienced on the musical repertoire of the Baroque and Classical period. They work as solo singers as well and have been collaborating with the orchestra Silete Venti! for years.
Marco Bellasi (choirmaster);
Vera Milani (soprano), Manuela Andreola (soprano), Alessia Camera (contralto), Francesca Fesi (contralto), Michele Concato (tenor), Paolo Borgonovo (tenor), Yaoshen Liang (bass), Marco Bellasi (bass).
DON GIOVANNI (Milan)
RICCARDO
NOVARO
Biography
DON GIOVANNI (Milan)
RICCARDO NOVARO
BARITONE
He graduated at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory of Milan. He has appeared on the most prestigious stages singing Un Giorno di Regno at the Teatro alla Scala, La Cenerentola at the Paris Opera, Rinaldo at the Glyndebourne Festival, Le Nozze di Figaro at the NCPA in Beijing, L'Elisir d'Amore at La Monnaie in Brussels.
    He stands out in the Baroque repertoire interpreting different pièce by Vivaldi and Handel collaborating with leading orchestra conductors such as René Jacobs, Giovanni Antonini, Ottavio Dantone, Rinaldo Alessandrini. He collaborated with directors such as Luca Ronconi, David McVicar, Robert Carsen, Damiano Michieletto.
DON GIOVANNI (Florence)
CHRISTIAN
SENN
Biography
DON GIOVANNI (Florence)
CHRISTIAN SENN
BARITONE
Born in Chile, Christian Senn has been living in Italy for several years. After a Master degree in Biology, he was accepted by the Academy for young singers at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, studying with L. Gencer, L. Alva and V. Manno.
    Specialized in baroque repertoire, he has sung the title role in Vivaldi’s Bajazet and Astolfo in Vivaldi’s Orlando Furioso. He sung La Resurrezione by Handel with Giardino Armonico in Graz and La Senna in Vivaldi’s La Senna Festeggiante at Teatro comunale in Florence. Since some years, he collaborates with Orchestra Verdi, and La Barocca di Milano under the baton of Ruben Jais.
LEPORELLO
RENATO
DOLCINI
Biography
LEPORELLO
RENATO DOLCINI
BARITONE
Born in Milan, he took a degree at the Department of Musicology (University of Pavia), studied voice with Vincenzo Manno (Accademia del Teatro alla Scala, Civica Scuola di Musica Claudio Abbado); for two consecutive years he gained admission to the Gstaad Vocal Academy, where he had the opportunity to study with Cecilia Bartoli.
    Future engagements include: Orfeo (Satiro) by Luigi Rossi at Opéra de Versailles, Bordeaux and Caen, with Ensemble Pygmalion conducted by Raphaël Pichon, Ipermestra (Danao) by Francesco Cavalli conducted by William Christie and directed by Graham Vick at the Festival of Glyndebourne, and Dido and Aeneas (Aeneas) by Purcell, on tour with Les Arts Florissants.
DONNA ELVIRA
EMANUELA
GALLI
Biography
DONNA ELVIRA
EMANUELA GALLI
SOPRANO
After graduating from the Conservatory of Mantua, she immediately concentrated on the Baroque repertoire. She has worked with various conductors, including: O. Dantone, F. Biondi, A. Florio, F. Bonizzoni, G. Lonhardt, F. Fanna, A. Frigé, M. Mencoboni, J. E. Gardiner, S. Toni and many others.
    Claudio Abbado invited her to Castello di Venosta to sing the works of Gesualdo da Venosa. She has recently performed the part of Poppea in L’incoronazione di Poppea at Cité de la Musique in Paris and at Teatro Dal Verme in Milan, conductor C. Cavina; Orizia in Ercole sul Termodonte by Vivaldi at Teatro La Fenice in Venice.
DONNA ANNA
RAFFAELLA
MILANESI
Biography
DONNA ANNA
RAFFAELLA MILANESI
SOPRANO
She has a degree from Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. She immediately began a brilliant career that has led her to play many operatic roles.
    Recent productions include: La Contessa in Nozze di Figaro, Berenice by Haydn and Sandrina in Infedeltà delusa by Haydn; various projects of works by Pergolesi, including Argene in Olimpiade, Sallustia at Festival Pergolesi in Jesi, Aristea in Olimpiade; and by Monteverdi with Proserpina in Orfeo and Giunone in Ritorno di Ulisse in Patria at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, with Rinaldo Alessandrini and Robert Wilson.
ZERLINA
LUCÍA
MARTÍN-CARTÓN
Biography
ZERLINA
LUCÍA MARTÍN-CARTÓN
SOPRANO
She studied voice and violin in Spain, taking a degree in voice and opera at the Conservatory of Valencia, followed by a master in Interpretation of Early Music at ESMUC (Barcelona). In 2015 she won first prize in the “Renata Tebaldi” competition, for Early and Baroque Repertoire.
    She has been an integral part of “Le Jardin des Voix 2015”, a project of Les Arts Florissants, under the guidance of William Christie and Paul Agnew, taking part in many tours in Europe, Austrialia, Asia and New York. Besides Christie and Agnew, she works with directors like Leonardo García Alarcón, Jordi Savall, José Ramón Encinar and Xavier Díaz Latorre.
DON OTTAVIO (Milan)
KRYSTIAN
ADAM
Biography
DON OTTAVIO (Milan)
KRYSTIAN ADAM
TENOR
He studied voice in Poland at the Music Academy of Wroclaw under the guidance of Bogdan Makal, winning many study grants and taking a degree in Voice and Music Education. He moved to Milan to continue his studies at Conservatorio G. Verdi with Rita Orlandi Malaspina.
    In the upcoming season he will play the roles of Orfeo and Telemaco in the “Trilogia Monteverdiana” with John Eliot Gardiner and Monteverdi Choir&Consort, on tour in the United States and Europe.
DON OTTAVIO (Florence)
ANDRÉS
AGUDELO
Biography
DON OTTAVIO (Florence)
ANDRÉS AGUDELO
TENOR
He pursued his bachelor studies at the Universidad Central in Bogotá, Colombia with María Teresa Uribe Reddemann, Francis Díaz and Alejandro Roca, and was a student under the tutelage of the well-known Colombian musician, Alexander Cuesta Moreno in the Fundacion Auros in Colombia.
    He is currently part of the Cycle B Choeur d’adultes de Musique Sacrée à Notre Dame de Paris studying with Rosa Dominguez, Paul Triepels and Margot Modier.
For his upcoming repertoire, he is preparing Cosí fan tutte (Ferrando) and L’elisir d’amore (Nemorino).
COMMENDATORE and MASETTO
MAURO
BORGIONI
Biography
COMMENDATORE and MASETTO
MAURO BORGIONI
BARITONE
He studied at the Scuola Civica in Milan and the Conservatory of Cesena, followed by specialization at Fondation Royaumont in Paris. He has worked with a number of ensembles and orchestras, including La Venexiana, Concerto Italiano, Swiss Radio Choir, Orchestra da Camera of Mantua, Orchestra Sinfonica RAI, Orchestra Lorenzo da Ponte, Orchestra dell’Accademia Stefano Tempia, Die Kölner Akademie, Concerto Romano.
    He has also worked with important conductors and musicians, including Rinaldo Alessandrini, Diego Fasolis, Claudio Cavina, Timothy Brock, Jurai Valchua, Corrado Rovaris, Roberto Zarpellon, Guido Maria Guida, Jonathan Webb, Lorenzo Ghielmi.
 
DANCERS
Biography
DANCERS
Stage actions and choreographies are played by eight dancers graduated from the academic course of stage dancing held by Civica Scuola di Teatro Paolo Grassi and Susanna Beltrami’s Dancehaus academy:
Anita Lorusso, Vittoria Franchina, Erica Meucci, Luana Rossin, Sebastiano Geronimo, Luciano Ariel Lanza, Giuseppe Morello, Donato Demita.

Credits

Silete Venti! Orchestra
Playing period instruments
First violins
Valerio losito
Elisabeth Lochman
Gunilla Kerrich
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  • Second violins
    Jeremie Chigioni
    Raffaele Nicoletti
    Karolina Habalo
  • Violas
    Servio Bona
    Carmen Muñoz Hernández
  • Cellos
    Luca Franzetti
    Thomas Chigioni
  • Double basses
    Alberto Lo Gatto
    Carlo Calegari
  • Flutes
    Matteo Gemolo
    Carlotta Ingrid Garcia
  • Oboe
    Susanne Grutzmacher
    Maria Petrescu
  • Clarinets
    Juan José Molero Ramos
    Anna Lycia Gialdi
  • Bassoons
    Stefano Sopranzi
    Cecilia Medi
  • Horns
    Fabio Forgiarini
    Benedetto Dallaglio
  • Trumpets
    Andrea Bracco
    Davide Giacuzzo
  • Timpani
    Nicola Moneta
  • Trombones
    Elina Veronese
    Fabio De Cataldo
    Ian Veronese
  • Mandolin
    Raffaele La Ragione
  • Fortepiano
    Luca Oberti
  • Piano accompanist
    Roberta Ferrari
  • Musical projects curator
    Gilda Ripamonti
  • Producer
    Andrea Nannoni
  • Production coordinator
    Anna Markova
  • Fornasetti Studio
    Chiara Zanesi
    Nadia Boni
    Corrado Guerreschi
    Elena Meneghini
    Marco Tullio Di Paola
    Andrea Delle Case
    Alessandra Banfi
  • Assistant director
    Linda Riccardi
  • Chief set design technician
    Enzo Mologni
  • Costume Assistant
    Santo Costanzo
  • Stage Manager
    Nuri Chang
  • Lighting Assistant
    Daniela Bestetti
  • Chief Electrician
    Fabio Bozzetta
  • Properties man
    Rosa Mariotti
  • Stage Technician
    Marcello Prandina
  • Press Office and Communication
    Yuki Tintori
    Giovanni Gennari
    Silvia Somaschini
    Martina Petacchi
  • Public Relations
    Fulvio Zendrini
  • Legal and administrative partners
    Studio ass. Masciello Nannoni
    Studio legale Piazza & associati
    Studio Giovanni Scoz
  • Communication Agency
    POMO
  • Website videos by
    Davide Calafà
  • Sound engineer
    Davide Debenedetti
  • Website and videos music by
    Raffaele La Ragione
  • Photos of the creative team by
    Ray Tarantino
  • Stage photos
    Arianna Sanesi e Ray Tarantino
  • Casa Fornasetti's Cats
    Smoke & Fay
FOR MOZART'S MUSIC

Edizione Alkor_Baerenreiter, Kassel, Neue Mozart_Ausgabe
edited by Faye Ferguson and Wolfgang Rehm,
representative for Italy: Casa Musicale Sonzogno di Piero Ostali

CHIUDI
  • First violins
    Valerio losito
    Elisabeth Lochman
    Gunilla Kerrich
  • Second violins
    Jeremie Chigioni
    Raffaele Nicoletti
    Karolina Habalo
  • Violas
    Servio Bona
    Carmen Muñoz Hernández
  • Cellos
    Luca Franzetti
    Thomas Chigioni
  • Double basses
    Alberto Lo Gatto
    Carlo Calegari
  • Flutes
    Matteo Gemolo
    Carlotta Ingrid Garcia
  • Oboe
    Susanne Grutzmacher
    Maria Petrescu
  • Clarinets
    Juan José Molero Ramos
    Anna Lycia Gialdi
  • Bassoons
    Stefano Sopranzi
    Cecilia Medi
  • Horns
    Fabio Forgiarini
    Benedetto Dallaglio
  • Trumpets
    Andrea Bracco
    Davide Giacuzzo
  • Timpani
    Nicola Moneta
  • Trombones
    Elina Veronese
    Fabio De Cataldo
    Ian Veronese
  • Mandolin
    Raffaele La Ragione
  • Fortepiano
    Luca Oberti
  • Piano accompanist
    Roberta Ferrari
  • Musical projects curator
    Gilda Ripamonti
  • Producer
    Andrea Nannoni
  • Production coordinator
    Anna Markova
  • Assistant director
    Linda Riccardi
  • Chief set design technician
    Enzo Mologni
  • Costume Assistant
    Santo Costanzo
  • Stage Manager
    Nuri Chang
  • Lighting Assistant
    Daniela Bestetti
  • Chief Electrician
    Fabio Bozzetta
  • Properties man
    Rosa Mariotti
  • Stage Technician
    Marcello Prandina
  • Press Office and Communication
    Yuki Tintori
    Giovanni Gennari
    Silvia Somaschini
    Martina Petacchi
  • Fornasetti Studio
    Chiara Zanesi
    Nadia Boni
    Corrado Guerreschi
    Elena Meneghini
    Marco Tullio Di Paola
    Andrea Delle Case
    Alessandra Banfi
  • Public Relations
    Fulvio Zendrini
  • Legal and administrative partners
    Studio ass. Masciello Nannoni
    Studio legale Piazza & associati
    Studio Giovanni Scoz
  • Communication Agency
    POMO
  • Website videos by
    Davide Calafà
  • Sound engineer
    Davide Debenedetti
  • Website and videos music by
    Raffaele La Ragione
  • Photos of the creative team by
    Ray Tarantino
  • Stage photos
    Arianna Sanesi e Ray Tarantino
  • Casa Fornasetti's Cats
    Smoke & Fay
  • First violins
    Valerio losito
    Elisabeth Lochman
    Gunilla Kerrich
  • Second violins
    Jeremie Chigioni
    Raffaele Nicoletti
    Karolina Habalo
  • Violas
    Servio Bona
    Carmen Muñoz Hernández
  • Cellos
    Luca Franzetti
    Thomas Chigioni
  • Double basses
    Alberto Lo Gatto
    Carlo Calegari
  • Flutes
    Matteo Gemolo
    Carlotta Ingrid Garcia
  • Oboe
    Susanne Grutzmacher
    Maria Petrescu
  • Clarinets
    Juan José Molero Ramos
    Anna Lycia Gialdi
  • Bassoons
    Stefano Sopranzi
    Cecilia Medi
  • Horns
    Fabio Forgiarini
    Benedetto Dallaglio
  • Trumpets
    Andrea Bracco
    Davide Giacuzzo
  • Timpani
    Nicola Moneta
  • Trombones
    Elina Veronese
    Fabio De Cataldo
    Ian Veronese
  • Mandolin
    Raffaele La Ragione
  • Fortepiano
    Luca Oberti
  • Piano accompanist
    Roberta Ferrari
  • Musical projects curator
    Gilda Ripamonti
  • Producer
    Andrea Nannoni
  • Production coordinator
    Anna Markova
  • Assistant director
    Linda Riccardi
  • Chief set design technician
    Enzo Mologni
  • Costume Assistant
    Santo Costanzo
  • Stage Manager
    Nuri Chang
  • Lighting Assistant
    Daniela Bestetti
  • Chief Electrician
    Fabio Bozzetta
  • Properties man
    Rosa Mariotti
  • Stage Technician
    Marcello Prandina
  • Fornasetti Studio
    Chiara Zanesi
    Nadia Boni
    Corrado Guerreschi
    Elena Meneghini
    Marco Tullio Di Paola
    Andrea Delle Case
    Alessandra Banfi
  • Press Office and Communication
    Yuki Tintori
    Giovanni Gennari
    Silvia Somaschini
    Martina Petacchi
  • Public Relations
    Fulvio Zendrini
  • Legal and administrative partners
    Studio ass. Masciello Nannoni
    Studio legale Piazza & associati
    Studio Giovanni Scoz
  • Communication Agency
    POMO
  • Website videos by
    Davide Calafà
  • Sound engineer
    Davide Debenedetti
  • Website and videos music by
    Raffaele La Ragione
  • Photos of the creative team by
    Ray Tarantino
  • Stage photos
    Arianna Sanesi e Ray Tarantino
  • Casa Fornasetti's Cats
    Smoke & Fay
FOR MOZART'S MUSIC

Edizione Alkor_Baerenreiter, Kassel, Neue Mozart_Ausgabe
edited by Faye Ferguson and Wolfgang Rehm,
representative for Italy: Casa Musicale Sonzogno di Piero Ostali