Lucia Di Lammermoor Tickets
Lucia Di Lammermoor is a tragic story of Lucia and her unrequited love. First performed in the seventeenth century, the opera received considerable success, which led to its further productions. Italian and French versions of the opera have also been made over the years. The touchy story, great acting and vocal skills of the cast double the beauty of Lucia Di Lammermoor. Many talented actors have been included in the opera and Albina Shagimuratova plays the lead role in it. The opera features amazing set design, brilliant cast, stunning costumes and much more. So, hurry and buy your Lucia Di Lammermoor tickets now.
Latest Lucia Di Lammermoor Events
- Utah Opera: Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, Capitol Theatre - UT, tickets for 03/11 7:30PM at Capitol Theatre - UT, Salt Lake City, UT
- Sat Mar 11 2017
- Utah Opera: Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, Capitol Theatre - UT, tickets for 03/13 7:30PM at Capitol Theatre - UT, Salt Lake City, UT
- Mon Mar 13 2017
- Utah Opera: Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, Capitol Theatre - UT, tickets for 03/15 7:30PM at Capitol Theatre - UT, Salt Lake City, UT
- Wed Mar 15 2017
- Utah Opera: Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, Capitol Theatre - UT, tickets for 03/17 7:30PM at Capitol Theatre - UT, Salt Lake City, UT
- Fri Mar 17 2017
A dark, romantic story of betrayal, madness and family honor comes back to LA for the first time in ten years. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is proud to present the opera on its stage this summer. The theatre hall is one of the three largest performing arts venues in the US and can accommodate 3,197 people. This is one opera that you should not miss, now that you have the opportunity. All those who are interested in witnessing the play based on an amazing storyline should book their Lucia Di Lammermoor tickets in advance.
Set in the Lammermuir Hills of Scotland in the seventeenth century, Lucia di Lammermoor is a tragic opera by Gaetano Donizetti, based on three acts. The Italian libretto is written by Salvadore Cammarano. The opera also takes some of the elements from the novel, The Bride of Lammermoor by Walter Scott. Its story revolves around the emotionally weak Lucy Ashton. The character of Lucia, a Russian soprano is played by the critically acclaimed Albina Shagimuratova. According to Opera News, Albina is “a phenomenon that must be heard to be believed”.
Other cast members include tenor Saimir Pirgu, performing the role of Lucia’s secret lover. Actor’s youthful presence on stage is a crowd pleaser. Previously, internationally acclaimed actress and coloratura soprano Elizabeth Futral played the role of Lucia in the Portland Opera production. The New York Times termed Ms. Futral "vocally luminous, emotionally vulnerable and brilliant". In her appreciation, the magazine also added that she presents a combination of expressive ferocity and vocal elegance perfectly. Other performing cast members include James Creswell, Saimir Pirgu and Stephen Powell among others.
Behind-the-sets team includes conductor Pier Giorgio Morandi, with set design by Daniel Ostling and costumes by Mara Blumenfeld. The choreography is by Daniel Pelzig. "Percorrete le spiaggie vicine", "Appressati, Lucia", "Ah! cedi, cedi" and "Si tragga altrove" are some of the musical numbers included in the opera. The opera has maintained a standard operatic range, appearing as number twenty-one on the Operabase list of the world’s most-performed operas from 2008/09 to 2012/13 season.
The opera narrates the story of Lucia, who falls into madness when her family forces her not marry the one she loves. The blood-spattered repetition scene at the wedding became one of the most iconic ones of the opera. This tragic work of art with its ravishing melodies is the crowning achievement of Donizetti. The opera premiered in 1835, in Naples. Three years later, it was taken to London in 1838, and Donizetti revised it for Paris, a version that debuted in 1839 at the Theatre de la Renaissance. In 1841, the opera made its way to America. The opera has been produced in both Italian and French versions, which have received many recordings.
The "Mad Scene" from the opera has been featured in the movie The Fifth Element. Lucia Di Lammermoor is also mentioned in many novels including Madame Bovary, The Count of Monte Cristo, Where Angels Fear to Tread and The Hotel New Hampshire. It is one of the most fascinating and wonderful operas to watch and that is the reason why Lucia Di Lammermoor tickets are selling so fast.