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Published on Aug 7, 2013
While Mozart's last opera, "La clemenza di Tito", was his most performed opera at first after his early death, soon adaptations of the original became popular that complied with the latest taste in opera. In remembrance of this performance practice of the early 19th century, the Festival presents a version by the Wiener Hoftheater am Kärntnertor, which was performed all over Europe from Paris to Milan at that time and comprised three newly composed pieces by Joseph Weigl and Johann Simon Mayr.
7 / 9 August 7 p.m. 11 August 4 p.m. Tiroler Landestheater
„La clemenza di Tito" Opera seria in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Libretto by Pietro Metastasio adapted by Caterino Mazzolà Version of the Wiener Hoftheater am Kärntnertor (1804) with a new aria and a new duet by Joseph Weigl (1766--1846) and an aria by Johann Simon Mayr (1763--1845)
Tito, Carlo Allemano (tenor) Vitellia, Nina Bernsteiner (soprano) Sesto, Kate Aldrich (mezzosoprano) Annio, Ann-Beth Solvang (mezzosoprano) Servilia, Dana Marbach (soprano) Publio, Marcell Bakonyi (baritone)
Choir and orchestra of the Academia Montis Regalis Musical director, Alessandro De Marchi Stage director, Christoph von Bernuth Stage design, and costumes Oliver Helf Dramaturgy, Micaela von Marcard