Venezia: Teatro Malibran

Country: Italy (Italia)
Region: Veneto
City: Venezia
Location: Cannaregio (near San Giovanni Crisostomo)

Built 1678 by Tommaso Bezzi. Opened 1678 as "Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo" with Carlo Pallavicino's opera "Vespasiano". 1797 renamed "Teatro Civico". 1834 restorations, renamed "Teatro Emeronitto". 1837 renamed "Teatro Malibran" in honour of the Spanish opera singer, María Malibrán (1808-1836). 1992 restorations and additions. Since 2001, used for opera performances by the "Teatro La Fenice" opera company.

Notable world premieres:

  • Carlo Pallavicino: Vespasiano (1678)
  • Giovanni Legrenzi: Antioco il grande (1681)
  • Giovanni Legrenzi: Creso (1681)
  • Antonio Caldara: Il selvaggio eroe (1707)
  • Antonio Caldara: Sofonisba (1708)
  • Antonio Lotti: Il vincitor generoso (1709)
  • Georg Friedrich Händel: Agrippina (1709)
  • Tomaso Albinoni: Eumene (1717)
  • Antonio Maria Bononcini: Astianatte (1718)
  • Nicola Porpora: Siface (1725)
  • Leonardo Leo: Argene (1728)
  • Johann Adolf Hasse: Artaserse (1730)
  • Carlo Broschi: Idaspe (1730)
  • Johann Adolf Hasse: Demetrio (1732)
  • Johann Adolf Hasse: Viriate (1739)
  • Baldassarre Galuppi: Oronte re de' Sciti (1740)
  • Niccolò Jommelli: Merope (1741)
  • Niccolò Jommelli: Semiramide (1742)
  • Baldassarre Galuppi: Arsace (1743)
  • Christoph Willibald Gluck: Ipermestra (1744)
  • Johann Adolf Hasse: Semiramide riconosciuta (1744)
  • Niccolò Jommelli: Sofonisba (1745)
  • Baldassarre Galuppi: Le nozze di Paride von Baldassarre Galuppi (1756)
  • Florian Leopold Gassmann: Achille in Sciro (1766)
  • ... for more see Wikipedia

Links: www.teatrolafenice.it, Wikipedia

Venezia: Teatro Malibran Front Text: "Keith Jarrett - Gary Peacock - Jack DeJohnette - Venezia - Teatro Malibran - Giovedì 26 Luglio 2001"
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