SPRING FESTIVAL IN TOKYO

Riccardo Muti Italian Opera Academy in Tokyo 2023

 

Academy for young artists

Young musicians will work together for the opera "Un ballo in maschera".
With sharpness and humor, Riccardo Muti aims at passing on to the young artists from all over the world what he, himself, learnt from his teachers in a lineage that in history finds him connected to Giuseppe Verdi through Arturo Toscanini and through his own teacher Antonino Votto.


vol.3 “Un ballo in maschera” Outline


◆Term March 18 [Sat.] - April 1 [Sat.], 2023
* It includes Riccardo Muti presents "Un ballo in maschera", two concerts conducted by Maestro, and a concert conducted by young conductors.
◆Venue Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Main Hall /etc.
◆Program Verdi “Un ballo in maschera”
◆Teacher Riccardo Muti(Conductor)
◆Soloist TBA
◆Orchestra Tokyo-HARUSAI Festival Orchestra

Riccardo MutiItalian Opera Academy in Tokyo

2019
Verdi “Rigoletto” March 28 [Thu.] - April 4 [Thu.], 2019
2021
Verdi “Macbeth” April 9 [Fri.] - April 21 [Wed.], 2021
2023
Verdi “Un ballo in maschera” March 18 [Sat.] - April 1 [Sat.], 2023

The academy in 2020 and 2022 were postponed due to the impact of coronavirus.

“Italian Opera Academy” was launched in Ravenna (Italy), in 2015. During the Academy, Riccardo Muti aims at passing on to the young artists from all over the world what he, himself, learnt from his teachers in a lineage that in history finds him connected to Giuseppe Verdi through Arturo Toscanini and through his own teacher Antonino Votto.

Riccardo Muti considers it is his important mission to transmit to new generations what he learnt from his teachers ― Italian Opera’s beauty and deepness with method that is now vanishing, thus, representing a strong liaison between history and impulse towards the future. Appreciating his beliefs, we have “Italian Opera Academy in Tokyo” project with him since 2019.


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Organizer:Spring Festival in Tokyo Executive Committee

Last update:20220901

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