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Muti Conducts Cavalleria rusticana
Muti Conducts Cavalleria rusticana

Beloved by opera audiences around the world, Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana is an impassioned story of tormented love wrapped in music of fervent vibrancy. Riccardo Muti, whose command of 19th-century Italian opera is “virtually without peer” (Bachtrack), leads concert performances of the complete one-act opera with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and an international cast.

There will not be an opportunity for late seating for this program. Please plan to arrive early.

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Date

Saturday, February 8, 2020 8:00 PM

Location

Orchestra Hall

Description


PROGRAM
Mascagni Cavalleria rusticana


PERFORMERS
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Riccardo Muti conductor
Anita Rachvelishvili mezzo-soprano (Santuzza)
Piero Pretti tenor (Turiddu)
Luca Salsi baritone (Alfio)
Ronnita Miller mezzo-soprano (Lucia)
Sasha Cooke mezzo-soprano (Lola)
Alessandra Visconti (A Woman)
Chicago Symphony Chorus
Duain Wolfe chorus director


CONCERT EXTRAS

  • Preconcert conversation with Derek Matson: Saturday, February 8, 6:45–7:15, Armour Stage
  • Libretto will be available for this performance


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SPONSORS

Maestro Residency Presenter

Official Airline of the CSO

These concerts are generously sponsored by the Nelson D. Cornelius Endowed Concert Fund.

The appearance of the Chicago Symphony Chorus is made possible by a generous gift from Jim and Kay Mabie.

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