Tosca
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
Tosca

Opera - Giacomo Puccini

July 2020
Δημιουργική Ομάδα

Conductor
Pier Giorgio Morandi

Director, sets, costumes
Hugo de Ana

Video projection design
Ideogamma S.R.L. - Sergio Metalli

Lighting
t.b.a.

Chorus master
Agathangelos Georgakatos

Children's chorus mistress
Konstantina Pitsiakou

Πρωταγωνιστές Παράστασης

Floria Tosca
Anna Pirozzi (26, 29/7)
Cellia Costea (28, 31/7)

Mario Cavaradossi
Riccardo Massi (26, 29/7)
Giorgio Berrugi (28, 31/7)

Baron Scarpia
Dimitri Platanias (26, 29/7)
Ambrogio Maestri (28, 31/7)

Cesare Angelotti
Tassos Apostolou

Sacristan
Dimitris Kassioumis

Sciarrone
Dionisos Tsantinis

A shepherd
t.b.a.

Gaoler
Georgios Papadimitriou

Spoletta
Nicholas Stefanou

 

With the GNO Orchestra, Chorus, Soloists and Children's Chorus as part of its educational mission


Ticket prices: 15, 25, 45, 55, 60, 85 100 euros
Students, children: 15 euros

Odeon of Herodes Atticus
Opera

Tosca

Giacomo Puccini
Opera

Available Dates

  • 26, 28, 29, 31 Jul 2020

Odeon of Herodes Atticus

Italian Opera Cycle

Starts at: 21.00  | clock

As part of the Athens Festival

The emblematic masterpiece of verismo, one of the most popular operas in the history of lyric theatre, Giacomo Puccini’s fascinating Tosca, returns to the Greek National Opera for four performances at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, as part of the Athens Festival. The impressive production, directed and with sets and costumes by the internationally acclaimed Argentinian director Ugo de Ana, received its highly successful GNO premiere in summer 2012. An enrapturing, dramatic and absolutely consistent with the spirit of the composer Tosca, with spectacular sets and costumes. The title role will be interpreted by two celebrated sopranos. In the first cast, Anna Pirozzi, after her triumphant appearances –among others– in Salzburg, the MET, La Scala, Berlin, Verona, London, Paris, Madrid, comes to also win over the Greek audience, and in the second cast, the Greek audience’s favourite, Cellia Costea. In the role of Scarpia, the renowned Greek baritone, Dimitri Platanias.