Posts Tagged ‘Stefano Secco’

Boccanegra via Tcherniakov

Saturday, June 8th, 2013

By ANDREW POWELL Published: June 8, 2013 MUNICH — The drama of Verdi’s Genovese opera Simon Boccanegra, circa 1339 and 1363, pivots on the protagonist’s Solomon-like statecraft and courage, as deployed in the Council Chamber scene of Act I. Here plebeo and patrizio powers, emotional and familial woes, jostle compellingly. In his new* staging for […]

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