If you want to enjoy a colorful opera then you should get your Nabucco tickets right away. Originally named as Nabucodonosor, this is a four acts opera by the famous Giuseppe Verdi. The Italian libretto of this opera is done by Temistocle Solera and the basis of this production is a Biblical story. The show is also based on a play of 1836, done by Auguste Anicet-Bourgeois along with Francis Cornue. Nabucco is the third opera of Verdi and it formed his reputation of a brilliant composer very effectively. The show is great, so is the exciting style of its presentation and all the colors you will get to see there. Sceneries and costumes of the show are all created in vibrant hues that are very pleasing to eyes. Characterizations of the show may not be so vivid to some, but the settings and acts of the show are certainly admired by all
- LA Opera: James Conlon & Placido Domingo - Nabucco, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, tickets for 10/14 19:30 at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA
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- LA Opera: James Conlon & Placido Domingo - Nabucco, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, tickets for 11/08 19:30 at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA
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- LA Opera: James Conlon & Placido Domingo - Nabucco, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, tickets for 11/11 19:30 at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA
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The first performance of this opera was done on 9th March, 1842, at Teatro alla Scala in Milan. At that time the show was done with its original name, Nabucodonosor. The name Nabucco was used for this opera in 1844 when it was performed at the San Giacomo Theatre in Corfu. The Librettist of Nabucco is Temistocle Solera, and interesting characters of the show comprise of Ismaele, Anna, Abigaille, Abdallo, Fenena, Nebuchadrezzar II, High priest and Zaccaria. This stylish production has been attracting thousands of spectators from around the world. The most famous part of the show is the third act, where Hebrew Slaves Chorus is done. The chorus narrates the tale of exiled Israelites, after their first temple was destroyed. The popularity of chorus is so immense that it is often performed as an encore. The soprano arias of this opera are very difficult to perform, yet it is done by many opera companies.
This refine production is always a great entertainment for arts and music lovers. This opera follows the dilemma of Jews when they were assaulted and conquered and later on exiled by from homeland by King Nabucco who was a Babylonian. All of these historical events are used for the basis of a political as well as romantic plot in Nabucco.
Entire music of this show is marvelous but there are some songs that are especially very famous among fans. Some of its highly plausible songs include, Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves and Fly, Thought, on Golden Wings. There is no way one can’t connect with this show, because the emotional appeal it has, along with the interesting setting and wonderful acting, the show is simply one of the best ones. Verdi's work is quite famous among opera lovers, and Nabucco may be old, but it is still heard all around the world. The roster of Metropolitan Opera has Nabucco in it since the time of its first performance during the season of 1960/61. Along with Nabucco, Luisa Miller and Ernani have also got regular performances at the Metropolitan Opera lately.
Several of performance of Nabucco are also recorded on DVD including the ones done at the Arena di Verona in 1981 and then in 2007, La Scala in 1987 and Opera Australia in 1996. Several different companies have performed Nabucco including, San Francisco Opera, Sarasota Opera, London's Royal Opera House and New National Theatre Tokyo. Teatro Regio di Parma also performed it during their Festival Verdi in 2008. There are companies like, Bolshoi Theatre where Nabucco is performed each year. Moreover, the Israeli Opera celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary during 2010 by performing Nabucco at the Masada.
This year the show is a must watch for you because with Jason Howard using his extraordinarily dramatic baritone in the title role, the show is going to make a great effect on you. There is a lot of singing as well as stiff standing in the show and the cast has taken up to all of these challenges marvelously. This is your chance to see this extremely stylish and colorful opera live. So book your Nabucco tickets and avail this opportunity.
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