Carmen Giannattasio as Violetta in the 2008 production of La traviata. Scottish Opera 2008. Credit Drew Farrell. (1)

Picture shows :
La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi

Scottish Director David McVicar and Tanya McCallin, the creative team behind Scottish Opera’s Der Rosenkavalier, offer an authentic take on one of the world’s most famous operas. Bohemian artists, showgirls, courtesans … the rich and the wretched mix together within the shady underworld of the Parisian demi-monde.
Carmen Giannattasio makes her Scottish Opera début playing the lead role of Violetta, Federico Lepre sings Alfredo, and Richard Zeller returns to Scottish Opera as Giorgio Germont. French conductor Emmanuel Joel-Hornak returns for this production.

Carmen Giannattasio as Violetta Valéry
Federico Lepre as Alfredo Germont
Richard Zeller as Giorgio Germont
Katherine Allen as Flora Bervoix
Adrian Powter as Baron Douphol
Nicholas Ransley as Gastone
Paul Carey Jones as Marchese D’Obigny
Alan Fairs as Doctor Grenvil
Catriona Barr as Annina

Conductors Emmanuel Joel-Hornak and (Derek Clark Nov 13 & 15)
Director David McVicar
DesignerTanya McCallin
ChoreographerAndrew George

THEATRE ROYAL GLASGOW Thu 30 Oct 7.15pm • Sat 1 Nov 7.15pm • Fri 6 Feb 7.15pm Sun 8 Feb 4pm • Thu 12 Feb 7.15pm • Sat 14 Feb 7.15pm La traviata Unwrapped – Thurs 5 Feb 6pm

EDEN COURT, INVERNESS Thu 6 Nov 7.15pm • Sat 8 Nov 7.15pm La traviata Unwrapped – Wed 5 Nov 6pm

HIS MAJESTY’S THEATRE, ABERDEEN Thu 13 Nov 7.30pm • Sat 15 Nov 7.30pm La traviata Unwrapped – Wed 12 Nov 6pm

FESTIVAL THEATRE EDINBURGH Wed 19 Nov 7.15pm • Sun 23 Nov 4pm Thu 27 Nov 7.15pm • Sat 29 Nov 7.15pm La traviata Unwrapped – Tues 25 Nov 6pm

GRAND OPERA HOUSE, BELFAST Thu 26 Feb time tbc • Sat 28 Feb La traviata Unwrapped – Fri 27 Feb time tbc

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