Puccini Festival | Tosca di Giacomo Puccini

14/08/2020 9:15 pm
Great Open Air Theatre Giacomo Puccini, Torre del Lago

The show is available for free for streaming and on-demand, upon registration, on www.italiafestival.tv

An absolute masterpiece, among the most famous and dramatic works of the Maestro, that tells the tragic story of the protagonist and her lover Cavaradossi.

 

Puccini Festival

Great Open Air Theatre Giacomo Puccini, Torre del Lago

Tosca
by Giacomo Puccini

Orchestra del Festival Puccini
Coro del Festival Puccini
Stefano Monti director
Alberto Veronesi conductor
Roberto Ardigò choir conductor
Amarilli Nizza Tosca
Amadi Lagha Cavaradossi
Devid Cecconi Baron Scarpi

The Puccini Festival is one of the most awaited events of the rich cultural life of Tuscany, the most important opera festival in Italy and the only one in the world that is dedicated to the composer Giacomo Puccini. It takes place every summer, in the months of July and August, in the very places that inspired Maestro Puccini to compose his immortal melodies.

Founded in 1930, over the years, it became a prestigious event which attracts thousands of spectators from all over the world who can appreciate the biggest stars of opera, under the direction of important conductors, and admire extraordinary stagings designed by famous directors of Puccini’s operas such as Madama Butterfly, Turandot, La Bohème, Tosca and Manon Lescaut. Puccini’s operas are staged in a large open-air theatre (3.400 seats), on the shores of Lake Massaciuccoli, surrounded by greenery right in front of Maestro Puccini’s House Museum, housing the remains of the musician and where visitors can admire finds and relics of Puccini’s life and glorious artistic career.

For further information: www.puccinifestival.it
The show is available for free for streaming and on-demand, upon registration, on www.italiafestival.tv