2022-2023 season at Teatro alla Scala – Milan
December 2022-July 2023. Operas, ballets, concerts, recitals
In program 14 operas of which 8 in Italian: “I Vespri Siciliani” and “Macbeth” by Giuseppe Verdi, “La Bohème” by Giacomo Puccini, “Lucia” by Lammermoor, “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” by Gioachino Rossini, “The Love of the Three Kings” by Italian Montemezzi, “Andrea Chenier” by Umberto Giordano. “The Marriage of Figaro” by Mozart, “Peter Grimes” by Britten, “Salome” by Strauss and “Les contes d’Hoffmann” by Offenbach.
The ballet titles, alternating classics and new creations, this year pay homage to Rudolf Nureyev on the thirtieth anniversary of his death with his “Nutcracker”.
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The Teatro alla Scala is one of the most important opera houses in the world and a debut at La Scala is for artists, singers, dancers, conductors, at the same time a consecration and a test of their abilities.
For all music and dance lovers, it has become the Opera House par excellence and a point of reference where it is mandatory to go at least once in a lifetime.
The inauguration of the season is on December 7th, the day of the feast of Saint Ambrogio, the Milan patron saint, and the inauguration evening became one of the most important cultural and social events of the Milanese and Italian life.
The first performance staged at the Teatro alla Scala was the opera “Europa” by Antonio Salieri in 1778.
Next to the theater, there is also the Museo del Teatro alla Scala which preserves testimonies and objects that allow us to understand and reconstruct the history of theater from the origin to now: costumes, scenographic sketches, letters from composers, portraits, musical autographs, and ancient musical instruments.
The Museum can be visited all year round.
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And, whenever you arrive in Milan, there are always events, exhibitions or places to visit. See a selection >>>
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