La Bohème

A new production with conductor Paolo Carignani and director Richard Jones arrives at the Teatro Real in co-production with the Royal Opera House de Londres and the Chicago Lyric Opera. The cold December of Madrid will transport us to the Parisian winter, dyed of melancholy , to share Rodolfo and Mimì's truncated love. 

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La Traviata

This new production for Costa Rica's National Lyric Company explores the survival of love in times of traditional and social media.

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Aída

Should you turn your back on love when duty Calls? With war and acts of violence in the background, Aida tells the story of a fascinating and tense love triangle between the Egyptian princess, Amneris, Ramades, an officer, and Aida, a Nubian princess, captured and reduced to slavery. 

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Doña Francisquita

Francisquita is in love with student and would-be poet, Fernando. He, however, is infatuated with the fiery actress Aurora la Beltrana, who in turn is the lover of Lorenzo Pérez. 

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Oceania

Florencia, Jano and Nacho are joined for ages by friendship, by love, by eroticism. And although life has taken them through different ways, they meet again one night, on the rehearsal dinner before the imminent wedding of Nacho. In some moment of the celebration, the three run away to the beach, from where they will go on a journey without time.

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Don Pasquale

Ernesto is in love with Norina and intends to marry her, but he finds strong objections from his uncle Don Pasquale, who disinherits him. To the rescue arrives Dr. Malatesta, proposing an intrigue that promises to teach the old men a lesson and solve all the young couple’s troubles.  

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La del Soto del Parral

The action happens in Segovia, in the middle of the XIXth century. In a hillock there rises a rustic farm known as "El Soto del Parral", where Germán, a farmer, lives wife his Aurora, helped by Damián, an awkward young boy with sleeping problems, and Catalina, a spirited maid, stubborn in marrying Damián.

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Luisa Fernanda

Luisa Fernanda is a romantic zarzuela in three acts by Federico Moreno Torroba. It has been performed more than 10,000 times. The libretto, in Spanish, is by Federico Romero and Guillermo Fernández Shaw. The first performance took place at Teatro Calderón inMadrid on March 26, 1932. It was Moreno Torroba’s fourth zarzuela, his first to receive great acclaim.

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Madama Butterfly

Madama Butterfly is an opera in two acts with music by Giacomo Puccini and libretto in Italian of Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica. Puccini based its opera partly on John Luther Long’s story Madame Butterfly (1898), which was dramatized by David Belasco. Puccini also based on the novel Madame Chrysanthème (1887) of Pierre Loti.

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El Asombro de Damasco

The Amazement of Damascus is a zarzuela in two acts inspired by One Thousand and One Night, with book by Antonio Paso y Cano and Joaquín Abati, and music by Pablo Luna. It first open at the Teatro Apolo of Madrid on September 20th 1916. 

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The Saffron Rose

The Saffron Rose, free adaptation of the comedy of Felix Lope of Vega El Perro del Hortelano, narrates an impossible love story between two members of different social classes, in the rural Spanish region of La Mancha. 

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Doña Francisquita

One of the biggest zarzuelas, based freely on the comedy of Lope de Vega “La Discreta Enamorada”, paints the portrait of a romantic Madrid in a poetical and faithful manner, creating colorful, vivacious and fresh pictures. 

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