La traviata / music by Giuseppe Verdi ; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave ; based on the play La dame aux camélias by Alexandre Dumas fils.

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Date
2020
Main contributor
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Contributors
Piave, Francesco Maria, 1810-1876; Fagen, Arthur; Marshall, Brea Renetta; Bickhardt, Bradley; Sandes, Bruno; Allen, Lindsey; Stack, Andrew; Reynolds, Solomon (Solomon Pyper); Forsythe, Andrew; Holobinko, Katherine; Ross, Trevor; Wente, Robert; Canfield, Jack (Jack Langford); Kim, SonJin; Zambello, Francesca; Davison, Peter J.; Goldstein, Jess; McCullough, Mark (Lighting designer); Esse, Parker; Siena, Daniela; Rourke, Kelley; Indiana University Opera Theater
Publisher
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Genres
Operas.; Filmed performances.; Live sound recordings.
Subject
Operas
Collection
Cook Music Library, Jacobs School of Music Performances
Unit
Music Library
Language
Italian
Physical Description
1 online resource (streaming video and audio files) : digital
Related Item
Program 
Notes
Title from program.
Performance time taken from audio recording.
"La traviata was first performed at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Italy, on March 6, 1853"--program.

Creation/Production Credits

Stage director, Francesca Zambello ; scenic designer, Peter J. Davison ; costume designer, Jess Goldstein ; lighting designer, Mark McCullough ; choreographer, Parker Esse ; Italian diction coach, Daniela Siena ; supertitle author, Kelley Rourke.

Language Note

Sung in Italian.

Performers

Brea Renetta Marshall, as Violetta Valéry ; Bradley Bickhardt, as Alfredo Germont ; Bruno Sandes, as Giorgio Germont ; Lindsey Allen, as Flora Bervoix ; Andrew Stack, as Baron Douphol ; Solomon Reynolds, as Gastone ; Andrew Forsythe, as Marquis D'Obigny ; Katherine Holobinko, as Annina ; Trevor Ross, as Giuseppe ; Robert Wente, as Flora's servant ; Jack Canfield, as Messenger ; John Kim, as Doctor Grenvil ; Indiana University Opera Theater ; Arthur Fagen, conductor.

Statement of Responsibility

music by Giuseppe Verdi ; libretto by Francesco Maria Piave ; based on the play La dame aux camélias by Alexandre Dumas fils.

Venue/Event Date

Recorded live: 2020 March 7, Musical Arts Center, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 18147303; OCLC: ocn1151409641; OCLC: 1151409641; Other: vae1722