RIGOLETTO / PROGRAMME / Bastille / Mai 2017

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A battered father facing the lifeless body of his child. Such is the heartbreaking image fixed on the last bars of Rigoletto. Starting from this drama, Claus Guth constructs a show in which the jester relives his life, a humiliating farce that only the presence of his daughter could soften. In the refuge of a contemporary poetic scenography, haunted by the indelible memory of Gilda, Rigoletto rehearses her awakening to the deceitful love of the Duke of Mantua - "Caro nome? -a candid song, among the most beautiful that Verdi composed for soprano.

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Directed by Claus Guth
Choreography Teresa Rotemberg
Dramaturgy Konrad Kuhn
Sets and costumes Christian Schmidt
Lighting Olaf Winter
Video Andy A. Müller
Musical Direction Daniele Rustioni
Orchestra Opéra National de Paris
Chorus Master José Luis Basso
Choirs Opéra National de Paris