Tosca: Teatro dell’Opera di Roma

Event Theme

Tosca: Teatro dell’Opera di Roma


Event Venue

Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Rome


Event Dates

November 15-18 & December 07/12/14/16, 2018


About the Event

Grasp a unique opportunity to take part in operatic history. The passionate music and intense emotions of Puccini’s classic opera had their premiere at the Teatro dell’Opera in 1900, and famous Roman landmarks within walking distance of the theater form the backdrop for its plot.

The rapidly-rising young director Alessandro Talevi leads a team in reconstructing many elements of the first performance. Relive the Napoleonic-era tale of the opera singer, Floria Tosca, her lover, the painter Cavaradossi, and the Chief of Police, Baron Scarpia, who desires her.

With Italian and English surtitles

The price categories correspond to the following areas of the seating plan:

1 – Central Boxes: Parterre, I-II Tier (6 Seats): FRONT

2 – Orchestra: Row 1-11

3 – Orchestra: from Row 12 & lateral seats

4 – Central Boxes: Parterre, I-II Tier (6 Seats): BACK

5 – Side Boxes: Parterre, I Tier (4-5 Seats): FRONT

6 – Side Boxes: II Tier (4-5 Seats): FRONT

7 – Side Boxes: Parterre, I Tier (4-5 Seats): BACK

Please note that if you book more than two seats in the boxes, we cannot guarantee that your entire party will be seated together or in the same box.

Approximate duration (min.): 180


Cast / Production


Conductor: Jordi Bernàcer / Stefano Ranzani (November)

Stage director: Alessandro Talevi

Chorus Master: Roberto Gabbiani

Scenery: Adolf Hohenstein

Recreated by: Carlo Savi

Costumes: Adolf Hohenstein

recreated by: Anna Biagiotti

Lights: Vinicio Cheli



Floria Tosca: Virginia Tola / Monica Zanettin

Mario Cavaradossi: Stefano La Colla / Andeka Gorrotxategi

Baron Scarpia: Fabián Veloz

Cesare Angelotti Gianfranco Montresor

A Sacristan: Domenico Colaianni

Spoletta: Saverio Fiore

Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro dell’Opera

With the partecipation of the boys Choir of the Teatro dell’Opera

A Teatro dell’Opera di Roma production based on drawings of the world premiere performance in 1900

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