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Il trittico: Watch an Insight from Antonio Pappano

The Music Director of The Royal Opera presents a passionate introduction to Puccini's triptych.

By Tom Nelson (Creative Producer)

18 November 2011 at 11.10am | 1 Comment

Music Director of The Royal Opera, Antonio Pappano has a sixth sense for Puccini. In the pit he's able to conjure up new textures in the most familiar of works, leaving you with a hunger for more. If you watched his BBC series Opera Italia you'll also know that he's also a great communicator and completely passionate about the artform.

As part of Royal Opera House Insights, he regularly presents informal introductions for live audiences here at Covent Garden, offering a unique view from the podium into the operatic repertoire. Check the website to book forthcoming Insights events.

Earlier this season, we filmed one of these when he introduced the music from Il tabarro and Suor Angelica, the first two operas in Puccini's Il trittico.

Suor Angelica

Il tabarro

If this gives you a thirst for more Puccini, The Royal Opera present La bohème later this season. According to Pappano, no other opera better expresses the "irrepressible energy of youth".

By Tom Nelson (Creative Producer)

18 November 2011 at 11.10am

This article has been categorised Opera, Talk and tagged by Richard Jones, Il tabarro, il trittico, insight, opera, Production, Puccini, Sour Angelica

This article has 1 comment

  1. Varda Derwig responded on 27 February 2016 at 11:09am Reply

    Fabulous, erudite and enlightening. A joy to watch.

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