BBC SO/ Bellini's Adelson e Salvini

11 May 2016 / 19:00
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In the BBC Symphony Orchestra's second project with Opera Rara this season, they turn to Belliniís very first opera with an all-star cast.

Daniele Rustoni, following his acclaimed Donizetti triology at Welsh National Opera, conducts the work, written while Bellini was still a student in Naples. Adelson e Salvini follows the fortunes of an Italian in Ireland, who falls in love with the eponymous Adelsonís fiancťe Nelly. The work made such an impact that it led to his first professional commission. Though its comic role Bonifacio is Rossinian, the ardent lyrical writing is pure Bellini.

Programme & Performers


Bellini Adelson e Salvini 

Concert staging. Sung in Italian with English surtitles.

BBC Symphony Orchestra
Daniela Barcellona Nelly
Enea Scala Salvini
Maurizio Muraro Bonifacio
Leah-Marian Jones Madame Rivers
Simone Albergini Lord Adelson
Kathryn Rudge Fanny
Rodion Pogossov Struley
David Soar Geronio
Daniele Rustioni conductor
Opera Rara Chorus
Kenneth Richardson
director



Please note: in a change to the previously advertised billing, Leah-Marian Jones replaces Patricia Bardon in the role of Madame Rivers, Opera Rara Chorus replace the BBC Singers, Simone Alberghini replaces Nicola Alaimo in the role of Lord Adelson, and Enea Scala replaces Lawrence Brownlee in the role of Salvini.











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