Opera La Bohème

Opera La Bohème

Venue:
Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre
300 Renmin Da Dao, near Huangpi Bei Lu Huangpu Shanghai
Date:
2/10/2023 - 2/12/2023
This ticket is only available as a paper ticket
Opera La Bohème

Opera La Bohème

2/10/2023 - 2/12/2023
Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre
300 Renmin Da Dao, near Huangpi Bei Lu Huangpu Shanghai
180 - 880
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The opera "La Boheme" is a classic four-act opera by the Italian opera master Puccini, which premiered in Italy in 1896. As one of Puccini's three most popular operas, "La Bohème" has also become a symbol of the composer's formal approach to authentic opera creation. The story of the opera is based on the French novel "Scenes from the Life of a Bohemian" by Henri Mulger, which sings the praises of free life and youthful love. And famous arias such as "Cold Little Hands", "People Call Me Mimi" and "Walking on the Street" in the play have touched the hearts of countless people, making it a classic play loved by audiences all over the world.

In February 2023, the newly produced "Bohemians" will be directed by Xu Zhong, the dean of the Shanghai Opera House, a famous conductor, and pianist. The famous tenor Shi Yijie will be invited to join hands with the Shanghai Opera House again to star in the show. The first Puccini opera of his opera career. At the same time, the famous Italian drama and opera director Marco Canetti and the unique Chinese director Yang Jingze will also cooperate for the first time in this version of "La Bohème", bringing you full of visual impact and sense of the future , a stage presentation with a distinctive Shanghai-style temperament.

Xu Zhong

Conductor

Director of Shanghai Opera House

Italy Verona Summer Music Festival/Chief Conductor of the Opera House

Chair of International Opera, Royal Welsh Academy of Music and Drama

External reviewer of Cardiff World Singer Competition, UK

Independent Non-Executive Director of NetEase Cloud Music

Internationally renowned Chinese conductor and pianist, currently the president of the Shanghai Opera House, the chief conductor of the Verona Summer Music Festival/Opera House in Italy, the chairman of the International Opera at the Royal Welsh Academy of Music and Drama, the external commentary of the Cardiff World Singer Competition in the UK Expert, independent non-executive director of NetEase Cloud Music. From 2012 to 2015, he served as the artistic director and chief conductor of the Bellini Opera House in Italy, becoming the first Asian musician in history to hold this position in a famous Italian theater. From 2013 to 2019, he served as the music director and chief conductor of the Israel Haifa Symphony Orchestra, becoming the first Chinese musician in the history of Israeli music to serve as the director of the orchestra.

He was admitted to the National Conservatory of Music in Paris with the first place, and studied under the French pianist Dominique Mohelet. In the field of conducting, he studied under Professor Huang Xiaotong, a famous Chinese conductor, and the opera conductor studied under Piero Ratalino, an authority on Italian opera. In the early years, he participated in the 34th Maria Canals International Piano Competition in Barcelona, Spain, the 1st International Piano Competition in Hamamatsu, Japan, the Santander International Piano Competition in Spain, the 5th Tokyo International Piano Competition, Moscow Chaike He has won many awards and honors in major international piano competitions such as the Fowski International Piano Competition, and was invited as a soloist to participate in Vienna, Luxembourg, Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Nice, Naantali, Hamamatsu and other places world famous music festival. At the same time, Xu Zhong is also playing piano at various international piano companies such as Busoni in Italy, Clara Haskill in Switzerland, Dublin in Ireland, Leeds in England, Marguerite Long in France, Richter in Russia, Hamamatsu in Japan, and Seoul in Korea. Competition judges.

In 2010, Xu Zhong was awarded the Knight of the French Order of Arts and Letters by the French Ministry of Culture. In 2018, he was promoted to the rank of officer of the French Order of Arts and Letters.

In 2021, Xu Zhong was invited to serve as the Chairman of International Opera of the Royal Welsh Academy of Music and Drama, the first Chinese artist to hold this position. At the same time, he was invited to serve as an external commentator for the Cardiff World Singer Competition, including Sir Antonio Pappano, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, Sir David Pontney and Sir Brian McMaster, etc. Well-known musicians and artists in China have served as external commentators for the event. In July of the same year, as a powerful external publicity of the brand image of Shanghai Opera, Xu Zhong’s theme public welfare poster endorsed by the opera was unveiled in Times Square in New York. In December of the same year, Xu Zhong was invited to serve as an independent non-executive director of NetEase Cloud Music. Not only was he the only musician among the board members to serve as an independent non-executive director, but he also became the first musician in China to serve as an independent non-executive director of a listed company. Home.

Marco Canetti

Director

Born in Milan, Italy in 1963. Initially studying dance, he switched careers as an actor and began training and working as a theater and opera director.

As a screen actor, he has worked with Federico Fellini in L'intervista and with Hanna Schygulla and Marcello Mastroianni in Miss Arizona. He worked with Giorgio Strehler for 6 years at the Teatro di Milano, Italy, as a director's assistant. He also received additional directing training at UCLA under the tutelage of J. Grotowsky and Bob Wilson.

As assistant director, he has worked at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Pesaro Rossini Opera Festival, Teatro Real in Bologna City Hall, Teatro Real in Madrid, Liceu in Barcelona Grand Theatre, Paris Opera, Bonn Opera, Nice Opera, Washington Opera and Korean Olympic Stadium with various directors including Giorgio Strehler, Bob Wilson, Lluis Pasqual, Giancarlo del Monaco, Pet Halmen, Gilbert Deflo, Elaija Mosinsky , Stephen Medcalf, Maurizio Scaparro. In 2002, he served as the artistic director of the Progetto Giovani troupe of the Teatro Eris in Rome. In 2007, he directed his first feature film, "Sleeping Around," starring Anna Galiena and Dario Grandinetti. The film won six awards including the "Best Director Award" at the 2008 Ibiza International Film Festival.

Operas he has directed include The Country Cavalier, The Harlequin, La Traviata, The Marriage Newspaper, The Barber of Seville, Anna Polena, Nabucco, The Mercy of King Tito, Fidelio, Werther, Rigoletto, Theatrical Manager, Soul Showgirl, etc.; directed theater works include: A (Not) Human Voice, Othello, As You Wish, Lovers "Richard III", "As You Wish", "Love's Lost", "The Taming of the Shrew", "Don Quixote", "The Little Prince" and so on.

 

Yang Jingze

Director

Graduated from the Directing Department of the Central Academy of Drama. He is good at meticulously starting from life experience and forming a unique video style in the grand narrative. The film works he has directed include "Love in the Sky Mountains", "Don't Let Mom Cry", "The Robbery", "Emotional Life" and "Ugly Mother", documentary works include "Little Living Buddha"; stage works include sci-fi opera "Seven Days", drama "Bashang West Sichuan", the musical "Emotional Life" (adapted from the film of the same name), etc. The film "Emotional Life" directed by him won the Best Newcomer Award at the Macau International Film Festival of China.

Shi Yijie

Chinese tenor singer, graduated from Toho University of Music in Japan, and is currently a distinguished professor at the China Conservatory of Music.

In 2006, he received a full scholarship from Toho University of Music and went to study in Austria. In 2007, he won the first prize in four international vocal music competitions including Ferruccio Tavilia, Totti Dale Monte, Maria Canilla, and Passau Arts Festival in Germany within half a year; in the same year, he starred in Wrote the first opera "Woman's Heart" in her career. Since 2008, she has participated in the "Rossini Opera Festival" for five consecutive years, becoming the first Chinese singer to participate in the festival. In 2010, he held a solo concert in London; in the same year, he debuted on the Chinese stage as a leading actor and participated in the world premiere of the opera "Ode to Farewell".

In 2011, he recorded his debut album "Famous Opera Arias"; in the same year, he participated in the world premiere of Ye Xiaogang's oratorio "Road to the Republic". In 2013, he starred in a musical for the first time and played the leading role in "The Song of the Country"; in the same year, he joined the world premiere of the oratorio "Light of the Himalayas". In 2014, starred in the concert version of the opera "William Tell" produced by the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing; in the same year, starred in the comic opera "Don Pasquale" produced by the National Center for the Performing Arts. In 2016, starred in the opera "Dream of Red Mansions" composed by Sheng Zongliang. In 2017, starred in the opera "Lukia di Lammermoor" jointly produced by the National Center for the Performing Arts and the Mariinsky Theater; in the same year, starred in the opera "Fars" jointly produced by the National Center for the Performing Arts and the Vienna State Opera Taft. In 2018, starred in the opera "Girl in the Army" produced by the National Center for the Performing Arts; in the same year, participated in the first season of "Sound into the Heart" as a producer. In 2019, participated in the finals of "Singer 2019" as a guest of the singing group. In 2020, he will be on the stage of CCTV Spring Festival Gala.

Zhou Xiaolin

Soprano

Chinese soprano singer and opera singer of the National Center for the Performing Arts. Graduated from the Opera Department of the Central Conservatory of Music, she was a soloist in the Song and Dance Troupe of the General Political Department. He has won the Gold Award of the "Golden Bell Award", the second prize of the Wenhua Vocal Music Program Performance of the Ministry of Culture (Government Award), the Silver Award of the CCTV Young Singer Grand Prix, the German New Voice and other international vocal music competition awards, and the opera "Big Han Su Wu" won the Wenhua Award, Central Propaganda Department "Five One Project Repertory Award". In 2012, she was honored as one of the "Top Ten Sopranos in China" by CCTV. The works involved are in various languages and styles. He has played the heroine in more than 20 Chinese and foreign operas, such as Yang Caihong in "The Female Teacher in the Mountain Village", Mimi in "Life as an Artist", and "Orphan of Zhao" Played Princess Zhuang Ji, played Violetta in "La Traviata", played Leonora in "The Troubadour", played Hu Niu in "Camel Xiangzi", and played Zhenyu in "Guest on the Iceberg". Gulandam, who played Amelia in "Simon Boccaneira", played the role of Narcissus in "The Narcissus", played Liu Er in "Turandot", and played Solo in "The Great Han Suwu". Inna and others. Famous Chinese and foreign conductors who have cooperated include Tang Muhai, Chen Zuohuang, Lu Jia, Yu Long, Yu Feng, Zhang Guoyong, Li Xincao, Lorraine Maazel, Vladimir Ashkenazi, Zubin Mehta, Zheng Mingxun , Antonio Pappano and others. While being active on the opera stage, he has also participated in many large-scale theatrical performances and foreign affairs performances. He has acted as a soloist and lead singer in CCTV Spring Festival Gala, National Day Gala, New Year Concert, August 1st Gala, and Double Support Gala many times. He has sung themes in the first and second "Belt and Road" International Cooperation Summit Forum, the Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, the Summit of the Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the BRICS Summit, the Asian Cultural Carnival of the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, etc. work.

Wang Chong

Tenor

Tenor singer, resident opera singer of the National Center for the Performing Arts. Leading the leading role in many blockbuster operas produced by the National Center for the Performing Arts, including "Life as an Artist" as Rudolph, "The Troubadour" as Manrico, "The Long March" as Political Commissar Peng, "Camel Xiangzi" as Xiangzi, "Local Chronicles" Min" played Fang Zhimin, "Guest on the Iceberg" played Amir, "Summer Rainbow" played Li Wenguang, etc., and also played opposite "King of Opera" Placido Domingo in the opera "Macbeth" , played Macduff, and played the main roles in many operas such as "Tannhauser", "The Flying Dutchman", "Nuremberg Meistersinger", and acted as the song "Ode to Peace" in the "Millennium Covenant" of the Belt and Road Cultural Evening lead singer.

He once went to the United States for further studies, signed a contract with the San Francisco Opera House, one of the four major A-level opera houses in the United States, joined the Adler Young Artist Program of the theater, and played Eras in the opening epic drama "Troy" of the season, and played in "Lamermore's "Lukia" played Arturo, also participated in "The Magic Flute" and "Louisa Miller", and collaborated with the famous American pianist Martin Katz in a concert.

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Time:

2023-02-10, 19:30

2023-02-11, 19:30

2023-02-12, 14:30

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Opera La Bohème

Venue:
Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre
300 Renmin Da Dao, near Huangpi Bei Lu Huangpu Shanghai
Date:
2/10/2023 - 2/12/2023
This ticket is only available as a paper ticket
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