Don Giovanni

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

From Wednesday 21 July 2021 To Friday 30 July 2021

Date Location Ticketing
Wednesday 21 July 2021 20:00 Teatro del Maggio Buy 
Friday 23 July 2021 20:00 Teatro del Maggio Buy 
Monday 26 July 2021 20:00 Teatro del Maggio Buy 
Wednesday 28 July 2021 20:00 Teatro del Maggio Buy 
Friday 30 July 2021 20:00 Teatro del Maggio Buy 

We inform you that, in compliance with the limitations indicated, the performances of Don Giovanni, scheduled for July 21, 23, 26, 28 e 30, 2021, are canceled.

Whoever says Don Giovanni says Mozart. Yet the myth of the sacrilegious libertine and unrepentant womanizer is much older. Since the 17th century, tradition has seen him as the protagonist of the devotional parable, of the fable, of the theater, of ever more numerous literary and musical expressions. After almost two centuries of declinations, the myth arrives in the hands of Mozart and Da Ponte and the result is Il Dissoluto punito ossia Il Don Giovanni, a new masterpiece that debuts in Prague on 29 October 1787. The story is well known to the public but it is thanks to Mozart that the 'dissolute' will have its definitive consecration. Indeed, Mozart's Don Giovanni possesses an unparalleled expressive power. From the Ouverture, to the solo arias, from the vocal ensembles to the grandiose endings of the two acts of the opera, comedy and tragedy, the earthly world and the celestial world, they follow one another and interpenetrate admirably and without setbacks. Don Giovanni even assumes a heroic stature and the fascination he exerts on the listener is far superior to his misdeeds. It is no coincidence that the music is on his side, the dialectic as well, while the characters who are linked to him remain dazzled by his solar energy, shining with reflected light. And then the just ending already anticipated by the title is worth little: the 'dissolute' will burn in the flames of hell, but like the phoenix will be reborn from its ashes at each listening, because the myths - Mozart docet - never die .

New staging in coproduction with the Teatro San Carlo di Napoli

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Riccardo Muti

Chiara Muti

Leila Fteita

Vincent Longuemare

Don Giovanni
Luca Micheletti

Alessandro Luongo

Donna Anna
Mandy Friedrich

Donna Elvira
Mariangela Sicilia

Don Ottavio
Giovanni Sala

Fatma Said

Igor Onishchenko

Chorus and Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
Chrous Master
Lorenzo Fratini
Stalls 1 200 €
Stalls 2 160 €
Stalls 3 120 €
Stalls 4 90 €
Boxes 60 €
Gallery 50 €
Limited visibility and Just listening 15 €