Synonyms for rigoletto or Related words with rigoletto

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Examples of "rigoletto"
In January 2016 he performed at La Scala of Milan as Rigoletto in "Rigoletto" with Nadine Sierra as Gilda.
Rigoletto e la sua tragedia (i. e. "Rigoletto and His Tragedy", also known just as Rigoletto) is a 1956 Italian musical drama film written and directed by Flavio Calzavara and starring Luciano Tajoli and Jula De Palma. It is loosely based on the Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Rigoletto".
Buenos Aires Teatro Colón ("La favorita"), London Royal Opera House ("Un ballo in maschera, La bohème, Rigoletto, La traviata"), Milan La Scala ("Falstaff", "Rigoletto", "La traviata"), New York Metropolitan Opera ("Attila", "La bohème", "Il barbiere di Siviglia", "La Cenerentola"," L'elisir d'amore", "Lucia di Lammermoor", "Rigoletto", "Der Rosenkavalier"), Madrid Teatro Real ("Werther"), Paris Opéra-Bastille ("Rigoletto, La traviata"), San Francisco Opera ("Un ballo in maschera, L'elisir d'amore, Lucia di Lammermoor"), Vienna State Opera ("La bohème", "L'elisir d'amore", "La favorita", "Lucia di Lammermoor", "Manon", "Maria Stuarda", "Rigoletto", "Roberto Devereux", "Werther"), Verona Arena ("Il barbiere di Siviglia", "Rigoletto"), and others.
The first of his "big three" operas, "Rigoletto", followed by "La Traviata", and ending with "Il Trovatore", also was revolutionary. In a letter to "Rigoletto"'s librettist, Francesco Maria Piave, he says, "I conceived "Rigoletto" almost without arias, without finales but only an unending string of duets." And that it is. Rigoletto is one of, if not the earliest operas to abandon the traditional distinction between the sung aria, and the more speech-like recitative.
In 2012 she directed “Rigoletto” at Teatro comunale in Ferrara.
Rigoletto (Opera Theatre Company, Irish National Tour) 2015.
In 2008 the Teatro Regio Torino visited with Verdi's "Rigoletto".
Rigoletto (Selection) (by Verdi, arr. Trussell) c.1919
In 2011 she sang at the New Year's Concert at La Fenice, at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, at Zurich Opera ("Rigoletto"), at Teatro Massimo Palermo ("Lucia di Lammermoor"), at (with Andrea Bocelli ), at Sferisterio Opera Festival Macerata ("Rigoletto") and at the National Center for Performing Arts Beijing ("Rigoletto").
"Bella figlia dell'amore (from Rigoletto)" by Giuseppe Verdi;
In 2013 she directed “Rigoletto” at Teatro comunale in Treviso.
- Italy and Malta in 1989 ("Rigoletto", "Otello", "Madama Butterfly");
In 2005, the Mandolin Society appeared in "Rigoletto... in Bluegrass", Rob Swales' award-winning film adaptation of the opera Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi, performing the Prelude and Introduction from the opera at the Peterborough Folk Festival.
Rigoletto... in Bluegrass is a 2006 Canadian independent film directed by Rob Swales, based on the 1851 opera "Rigoletto" by Giuseppe Verdi. Filming took place in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, in 2005 and the film was first screened in 2006.
Around the mid 1990s and early 2000s "Rigoletto" was performed as a stage musical. It was popular among church drama departments, middle schools, and community theatres. Even today church theatres perform Rigoletto.
As guest conductor, James Allen Gähres conducted, inter alia, "Rigoletto" at the Opernhaus Dortmund as well as "Rigoletto" and "Norma" at the Staatsoper Stuttgart. "The Magic Flute" followed at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich.
Preoccupied with the old man's curse, Rigoletto approaches his house and is accosted by the assassin Sparafucile, who walks up to him and offers his services. Rigoletto declines for the moment, but leaves open the possibility of hiring Sparafucile later, should the need arise. Sparafucile wanders off, after repeating his own name a few times. Rigoletto contemplates the similarities between the two of them: "Pari siamo!" ("We are alike!"); Sparafucile kills men with his sword, and Rigoletto uses "a tongue of malice" to stab his victims. Rigoletto opens a door in the wall and returns home to his daughter Gilda. They greet each other warmly: "Figlia!" "Mio padre!" ("Daughter!" "My father!"). Rigoletto has been concealing his daughter from the Duke and the rest of the city, and she does not know her father's occupation. Since he has forbidden her to appear in public, she has been nowhere except to church and does not even know her own father's name.
Rigoletto, "La muta di Portici", "Guglielmo Tell", "Roberto il diavolo", "Sonnambula", Faust
He made his operatic debut in 1931 as Sparafucile in "Rigoletto".
From the live shooting of the show he produced the DVD entitled Rigoletto Story.