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BY WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
Part Two of the Mozart-Da Ponte TrilogyNovember 21–December 3, 2021
To Have and to Hold—Till Bets Do Them PartWar looms in Europe. But tucked away in an opulent 1930s country club, two soldiers gamble on the most precious prize of all—love.Following The Marriage of Figaro comes the second chapter in director Michael Cavanagh’s trilogy that weaves together the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte.
Henrik Nánási conducts an all-star ensemble—featuring Nicole Cabell, Irene Roberts, Benjamin Bliss, John Brancy, Ferruccio Furlanetto, and Nicole Heaston.
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Libretto By Lorenzo Da Ponte | Sung in Italian with English supertitles
Running time is approximately 3 hours, 10 minutes, including one intermission
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Take the seductions and mixed-up romances of Shakespeare comedies like A Midsummer Night’s Dream or Twelfth Night, and stir in some zany social satire, Figaro-style.
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Read what the press has said about the stars of the production.
“[Nicole] Cabell, with her creamy sound and poised line, effectively conveyed her character's pathos and resolve, and she was warmly applauded.”–Chicago Tribune
“The tenor Ben Bliss is wonderful as Ferrando, with an ideally sweet voice and boyish earnestness.”–The New York Times
"Ferruccio Furlanetto...combines the dramatic range and mutability of a true character actor with a uniquely ravishing vocal endowment." –Opera News
Best friends Guglielmo and Ferrando are so convinced of their fiancées’ devotion that they’re willing to gamble on it, disguising themselves as strangers to test the women’s fidelity.
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November 21, 23, 27; December 1, 3
* San Francisco Opera Debut
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Previous performances of Così fan tutte can be found in our Archive.
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This production is made possible, in part, by Carol Franc Buck Foundation; John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn; Phyllis C. Wattis Fund for New Productions; Koret Foundation; Bernard and Barbro Osher; Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem; Thomas Tilton Production Fund; and Joan and David Traitel.
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Photos By: Erhard Rom / Constance Hoffman.