Venice
Don Giovanni by Mozart
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From 17 May to 19 May 2024
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    Prodigious, bewitching, sublime Venice! There’s no shortage of adjectives to describe the incomparable charm of this Italian city. You can succumb to the pleasures of bellini and rossini, aperitivo, ice creams and the delights of Venetian cuisine, and why not take a ride on a gondola to discover the city in an unusual light?

     

    Giacomo Casanova is, of course, one of the city’s most famous historical figures. The famous writer grew up in a house in the San Marco district and loved meeting his conquests on the Rialto Bridge. What’s more, he is the one and only man to have managed to escape from the Prison of the Lead weights located in the attic of the Doge’s Palace!

     

    Our visit is dedicated to an equally fascinating character. The Teatro della Fenice presents Mozart’s Don Giovanni, the sulfurous seducer in the operatic repertoire, in Damiano Michieletto’s remarkable staging. Under the direction of American conductor Robert Treviño, Alex Esposito‘s Leporello and Zuzana Markova‘s Donna Anna are not the least assets of a vocal cast crowned by the extraordinary performance of Austrian baritone Markus Werba as Don Giovanni.

     

    Prodigious, bewitching, sublime Venice!
    The program
    DON GIOVANNI, W. A. Mozart
    May 18th, 2024
    Admission for the Biennale (optional)
    May 18th, 2024
    SATURDAY, MAY 18 - VENICE

    At 7p.m, at the Teatro La Fenice:

     

    DON GIOVANNI, W. A. Mozart

    Orchestra et choir of the Teatro La Fenice

     

    Robert Treviño                   Conductor

    Damiano Michieletto        Staging

     

    Markus Werba                    Don Giovanni

    Zuzana Markova                Donna Anna

    Francesca Dotto                 Donna Elvira

    Francesco Demuro            Don Ottavio

    Alex Esposito                      Leporello

    Gianluca Buratto                The Commander

    Lucrezia Drei                      Zerlina

    William Corrò                     Masetto

    Who could resist Mozart’s voluptuous libertine Don Giovanni? Certainly not the audience at La Fenice when the character (originally inspired by Molière) is played by the incredible baritone Markus Werba! Hailed by the transalpine press, the staging by Italian director Damiano Michieletto accentuates the seductive power of Don Giovanni, who turns the heads of the other characters to vertigo. The Austrian singer’s brawny voice and undeniable sex appeal make him the ideal embodiment of the role. Visually splendid, the show also benefits from a monumental revolving set that encloses the characters in their complex passions.

     

    In addition to Alex Esposito‘s always irresistible Leporello and Francesco Demuro‘s Don Ottavio, Zuzana Markova‘s moving Donna Anna will be a particular highlight. Currently Music Director at San Sebastian, Malmö and Turin, American conductor Roberto Treviño has a brilliant career both in concert and in opera houses around the world.

     

     

    Admission for the Biennale (optional)

     

    From April 20 to November 24, 2024

    Venues : Giardinni and Arsenale

     

     

     

    It’s the highlight of the global art season, a unique opportunity to take the pulse of our planet through powerful and original proposals. From April 20 to November 24, each country chooses an artist to occupy a pavilion dedicated to that country (scattered throughout the city, the pavilions are a marvellous promenade!). The 60th edition of the Biennale will be under the direction of Brazilian Adriano Pedrosa, current director of Sao Paulo’s Museum of Contemporary Art. As at every Biennale, artists are invited to reflect on a common theme, in this case foreigners, and in particular “artists who are themselves foreigners, immigrants, expatriates, diasporic, emigrants, exiles, refugees”. Representing France, Julien Creuzet has established himself as one of our country’s most influential artists, with his work reflecting on his Caribbean origins and creolization.

     

     

     

    Hotel selection
    THE NOLINSKI VENEZIA (*****)

    Just a few canals away from San Marco and La Fenice, the Nolinski Venezia stands out for its majestic façade adorned with chimeras, the daughters of Poseidon. Here you can step back into Venetian history through its former Stock Exchange. Art Nouveau, Stile Liberty and Modernism blend in harmony, sublimated by interior designers Le Coadic Scotto.

    SATURNIA (****)

    A few steps away from La Fenice and Saint Mark’s Square, the Hotel Saturnia is the ideal address for music lovers looking for an authentic experience in the heart of Venice. From the helpful and discreet staff to the nearby gondoliers, everything is in place to make your stay unforgettable.

    PRICE
    PRICE PER PERSON

    Hotel Saturnia (****):

    Superior double room package: €1,080

    Superior double room package, single use: €1,636

     

    Junior Suite package:  €1,150

    Junior Suite package, single use: €1,834

     

     

    Hotel Nolinski Venezia (*****):

    Deluxe double room package: €2,145

    Deluxe double room package, single use: €3,677

     

     

    The price for this trip includes: double room accommodation with breakfast for 2 nights from the May 17 to May 19, 2024 • tourist tax • first-category ticket • repatriation assistance.

     

    The price for this trip does not include: extras • flight transport • airport transfers

     

     

    Individual trip.

    Transport and airport transfers on demand.

     

     

    The program and prices communicated are subject to changes made by La Fenice or by governmental decision, due to possible health restrictions.

     

     

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    Sophie Chaudru de Raynal
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