Franco Fagioli Recital at Théâtre des Champs-Élysées
15 avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris
Capacity 1905 seats
1 h 30 min
For all audiences
Highlights: Franco Fagioli Recital at Théâtre des Champs-Élysées
Fabulous: A word that only begins to describe the vocal flexibility and talent of Franco Fagioli.
His vocal range, impressive virtuosity, and dramatic interpretation are some of the few reasons his name has become known in the industry. More precisely, thanks to his effortlessly transitions from contralto to soprano, he excels in the Baroque repertoire, both on stage and in recordings.
For this recital, he has chosen to temporarily set aside Handel and Vivaldi and concentrate on Mozart's early works composed for the triumphant castrati of 18th-century Italy. This is the case with Mitridate Re di Ponto, which premiered in Milan in 1770, when Mozart was only fourteen, and which included three castrati among its performers. Other operas in Mozart's opera seria style, such as Lucio Silla (Milan 1772), La Finta Giardiniera (Munich 1775), and La Clemenza di Tito (Prague 1791), also explored this vocal range. The castrato Venanzio Rauzzini, one of the last great representatives of the castrati, even premiered Mozart’s motet, "Exsultate Jubilate" dedicated to him in Milan in 1773.
Accompanying Franco Fagioli will be nothing less than Kammerorchester Basel conducted by violinist Baptiste Lopez.
Story: Franco Fagioli Recital at Théâtre des Champs-Élysées
On the programme for this fabulous recital:
Kraus: Overture to Olympie
Mozart: “Se l'augellin sen fugge”, aria from La Finta Giardiniera
Kraus: Symphony in C major 'violin obligato' (Andante)
Mozart: “Ah se a morir mi chiama”, aria from Lucio Silla
Kraus: Overture to Proserpin
Mozart: “Parto, parto, ma tu ben mio”, “Deh, per questo istante”, arias from The Clemency of Titus, Exsultate, jubilate, K. 165, Motet for Soprano, Orchestra, and Organ
Théâtre des Champs-Élysées
Théâtre des Champs-Élysées
Hosting one of the most lavishing concert halls in all of Paris, Champs- Élysées is the true definition of architectural beauty with its historic foundation. Inaugurated on April 2nd, 1913, the structure is quite large comprising three auditoriums: Théâtre des Champs- Élysées, The Comédie des Champs- Élysées, Studio des Champs- Élysées, and a restaurant. The main theatre which has 1905 seats is Italian styled and originally constructed to host guests visiting the theatre to watch opera shows and concerts. This was the first theatre in Paris to be built completely from reinforced concrete instead of steel.
Over the years the famed theatre has hosted many recognized artists such as the beautiful cabaret dancer Josephine Baker, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Stravinsky, Richard Strauss, and many other entertainers from our cherished olden day era. In 2005 the main room in the theatre was renovated in order to improve the acoustics, it is confirmed that during a show the sounds are very clear, almost as if you were up close to the stage. Théâtre des Champs- Élysées is one of the most frequently visited monuments in Paris, on an annual basis more than 300,000 people attend programs from contemporary dance and ballet recitals to orchestras, operas, and other concerts. Carrying a number of diverse performances of different genres, the theatre attracts audience members of all ages.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Air conditioning: No
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