Synonyms for cavaradossi or Related words with cavaradossi

scarpia              germont              mefistofele              santuzza              sparafucile              manrico              escamillo              turiddu              nedda              zerlina              puritani              otello              pagliacci              pollione              montecchi              amneris              schicchi              capuleti              cherubino              abigaille              stiffelio              amonasro              ernani              cavalleria              idomeneo              radames              torvaldo              rigoletto              sonnambula              barbiere              nerone              lirico              rinuccio              leoncavallo              marzelline              cenerentola              alcina              pizzetti              adalgisa              arlesiana              masnadieri              cilea              spontini              paisiello              tebaldo              ariodante              vespri              osmin              boito              rodelinda             

Examples of "cavaradossi"
Angelotti emerges and tells Cavaradossi, an old friend who has republican sympathies, that he is being pursued by the Chief of Police, Baron Scarpia. Cavaradossi promises to assist him after nightfall. Tosca's voice is heard, calling to Cavaradossi. Cavaradossi gives Angelotti his basket of food and Angelotti hurriedly returns to his hiding place. Tosca enters and suspiciously asks Cavaradossi what he has been doing – she thinks that he has been talking to another woman. Cavaradossi reassures her and Tosca tries to persuade him to take her to his villa that evening: "Non la sospiri, la nostra casetta" ("Do you not long for our little cottage"). She then expresses jealousy over the woman in the painting, whom she recognises as the Marchesa Attavanti. Cavaradossi explains the likeness; he has merely observed the Marchesa at prayer in the church. He reassures Tosca of his fidelity and asks her what eyes could be more beautiful than her own: "Qual'occhio al mondo" ("What eyes in the world"). After Tosca has left, Angelotti reappears and discusses with the painter his plan to flee disguised as a woman, using clothes left in the chapel by his sister. Cavaradossi gives Angelotti a key to his villa, suggesting that he hide in a disused well in the garden.
He was especially appreciated in heroic roles such as; Pollione, Raoul, Radames, Otello, Canio, Andrea Chénier, Cavaradossi, etc.
Bower joined Sarah Caldwell's American National Opera Company for their 1967-1968 tour where she sang Alice Ford in Verdi's "Falstaff" and the title role in "Tosca" with Tommy Rall as Cavaradossi and George Fourie as Scarpia. She also sang Tosca for Caldwell's Opera Company of Boston in 1968 with Ray Abizu as Cavaradossi.
International appearances include the San Francisco Opera (Rodolfo), the Deutsche Oper Berlin (Rodolfo), the Opéra de Marseille (Cavaradossi), Oviedo (Rodolfo), Lucerne (Verdi "Requiem"), the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées (Verdi "Requiem"), the Gewandhaus, Suntory Hall,Japan, Wigmore Hall,London, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, (Cavaradossi), and the Savonlinna Opera Festival (Pinkerton).
Luciano Pavarotti, who sang Cavaradossi from the late 1970s, appeared in a special performance in Rome on 14 January 2000, to celebrate the opera's centenary with Domingo as conductor. Pavarotti's last stage performance was as Cavaradossi at the Met, on 13 March 2004.
In November 2015, Negrete did consecutive representations of the Opera Tosca of Giacomo Puccini, in Saltillo, Coahula, Mexico, and received great reviews, in his role of "Mario Cavaradossi"
He made his Metropolitan Opera debut on March 6, 1965 as Cavaradossi in "Tosca", in five seasons his roles included: Alfredo, Manrico, Riccardo, Alvaro, Don Carlo, and Radames.
In October 2016, Cura will be making his debut at Dresden's Semperoper with the role of Mario Cavaradossi, in Puccini's Tosca.
In 1968, she participated in the first opera telecast in Australia ("Tosca", with Donald Smith as Cavaradossi and Tito Gobbi as Scarpia).
In recent years, he has expanded his repertory to more dramatic roles such at Riccardo in "Un ballo in maschera", Cavaradossi in "Tosca", etc.
In 1950 and 1951, Ken Neate sang the roles of Rodolfo ("La bohème"), Cavaradossi ("Tosca"), and Pinkerton ("Madama Butterfly") in productions televised by the BBC.
In the 1970s, as his voice darkened and widened, he successfully moved to heavier roles such as Riccardo, Alvaro, Enzo, and Cavaradossi.
In 1968, the first opera telecast in Australia, "Tosca", featured Marie Collier in the title role, Donald Smith as 'Cavaradossi', and Tito Gobbi as 'Scarpia'.
In 1968 he participated in the first opera telecast in Australia ("Tosca", with Marie Collier in the title role and Donald Smith as Cavaradossi).
sang Roméo in "Roméo et Juliette", Rodolfo in "La Bohème", and Cavaradossi in "Tosca". He then appeared with the Opera Guild
De Marchi sang Cavaradossi again at London's Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in 1901. Cavaradossi was also his debut role the following year at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. During his New York sojourn, he sang the title role in the premiere Met production of Verdi's "Ernani", which was mounted in 1903. His other Met roles were Radames, Alfredo, Manrico, Raoul, Rodolfo, Riccardo, Turiddu, Canio, Leandro (in Mancinelli´s Ero e Leandro), and Don Jose.
The sound of a cannon signals that Angelotti's escape has been discovered. He and Cavaradossi hasten out of the church. The Sacristan re-enters with choristers, celebrating the news that Napoleon has apparently been defeated at Marengo. The celebrations cease abruptly with the entry of Scarpia, his henchman Spoletta and several police agents. They have heard that Angelotti has sought refuge in the church. Scarpia orders a search, and the empty food basket and a fan bearing the Attavanti coat of arms are found in the chapel. Scarpia questions the Sacristan, and his suspicions are aroused further when he learns that Cavaradossi has been in the church; Scarpia mistrusts the painter, and believes him complicit in Angelotti's escape. When Tosca arrives looking for her lover, Scarpia artfully arouses her jealous instincts by implying a relationship between the painter and the Marchesa Attavanti. He draws Tosca's attention to the fan and suggests that someone must have surprised the lovers in the chapel. Tosca falls for his deceit; enraged, she rushes off to confront Cavaradossi. Scarpia orders Spoletta and his agents to follow her, assuming she will lead them to Cavaradossi and Angelotti. He privately gloats as he reveals his intentions to possess Tosca and execute Cavaradossi. A procession enters the church singing the Te Deum; exclaiming 'Tosca, you make me forget even God!', Scarpia joins the chorus in the prayer.
In May 2013 Caird's production of "Tosca" opened in Los Angeles at LA Opera, conducted by Plácido Domingo with Sondra Radvanovsky in the title role, Marco Berti as Cavaradossi and Lado Ataneli as Scarpia.
Over a number of few years, Francesco Anile's repertory has gradually grown enriched by major roles, such as: Cavaradossi ("Tosca"), Pinkerton ("Madama Butterfly"), Luigi (Tabarro), Ishmael ("Nabucco"), Manrico ("Il trovatore"), Duke of Mantua ("Rigoletto"), and Radamès ("Aida").
Masini was born in Livorno in humble circumstances. He studied singing in Milan with Maestro Laura, and made his debut in his native Livorno, as Cavaradossi in Giacomo Puccini's "Tosca" in 1923.