Giuseppe Verdi LA TRAVIATA 150 min

LA TRAVIATA

Creatives

Conductor

Srba Dinić

Stage director, set designer and costume designer

Hugo de Ana

Chorus master

Luka Vukšić

Choreographer

Michele Cosentino

Lighting designer

Valerio Alfieri

Assistant conductor

Luka Vukšić

Assistant stage director

Kristina Grubiša

Associate costume designer

Cristina Aceti

Assistant costume designer

Mia Rejc Prajninger

Assistant set designer

Nathalie Deana

Assistant choreographer

Raffaella De Luca

Translation of libretto

Nenad Turkalj

Ensemble of the performance

VIOLETTA VALERY

Lana Kos, Marija Kuhar Šoša

FLORA BERVOIX

Margareta Matišić

ANNINA

Josipa Gvozdanić, Željka Martić

ALFREDO GERMONT

Filip Filipović

GIORGIO GERMONT

Ljubomir Puškarić, Matija Meić

GASTON DE LETORIERES

Siniša Galović

BARON DOUPHOL

Ozren Bilušić, Siniša Hapač

MARQUIS D`OBIGNY

Benjamin Šuran, Marin Čargo

DOCTOR GRENVIL

Siniša Štork, Benjamin Šuran

GIUSEPPE

Tvrtko Stipić, Mario Bokun

SERVANT AND MAILMAN

Alen Ruško i Robert Palić

DANCERS

Indi Cecić Turčinov, Raffaella De Luca, Josip Dujmović, Lara Kišur, Lucija Kukor, Mario Nebosenko, Mario Ožbolt, Patrik Seretin, Domagoj Sertić

Orchestra and Chorus of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb

Stage managers

Aleksandra Ćorluka, Zrinka Petrušanec

Prompter

Marija Dražančić

Concert master / mistress

Mojca Ramušćak, Vlatka Peljhan

Artistic leader of the Opera Studio

Nina Cossetto

Répétiteurs

Helena Borović, Darijan Ivezić

 La Traviata, one of the most popular operas of all times was created after the drama Lady of the Camellias of the French writer Alexander Dumas the son, and the world opening night of Verdi's La Traviata occurred only 13 months later, in 1853. Verdi created his La Traviata with great enthusiasm and it was very surprising that at that time already world famous, he experiences a fiasco at the Venetian theatre La Fenice. Verdi withdrew the work and after a year performed it again but in another Venetian theatre with more detailed preparations. The Venetian audience made amends for the world premiere and this time the success was huge and La Traviata went into the world as one of the most popular and most performed operas. The conductor at the premiere in March 2022 was Srba Dinić while Hugo de Ana, the famous Argentinian theatre artist was the director, set and costume designer of the production.

Conducted by Marcello Mottadelli

Directed by nedostaje

The director engaged the whole ensemble to the slightest detail ... the mood of the performance grew more dramatic, and more beautiful, the orchestra was focused and precise. — Večernji list                                                                                                        

The performance is very striking... it's skillfully mobile in group scenes and masterful in its detail depiction of characters' relationships. — Jutarnji list