La Traviata Janvier 2024 Bastille Programme

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La Traviata opera program - Opéra Bastille from January 21 to February 25, 2024.

Who is La Traviata? For Australian director Simon Stone, noted for his talent for refreshing the classics, Violetta is not the demi-mondaine who sells her body, as in Alexandre Dumas fils's La Dame aux camélias, the inspiration for Verdi's opera. She's a social networking star who monetizes her image and digital tips with posts, selfies and stories. But alas! This hyper-connected world doesn't prevent the belle, as in the 19th century, from having to sacrifice her love for Alfredo on the altar of social convention. This contemporary reading is in keeping with Verdi's intentions, who, while composing feverish, virtuoso music, criticizes the brutality of a society of appearances, a machine for crushing individuality. Especially when they are women who aspire to be free. Isn't "Sempre libera", Violetta's most famous aria, the standard of this opera?

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