Pagliacci Image Gallery

The tragic tale of the broken-hearted clown comes to life in Pagliacci, Opera Australia’s verismo double-bill with Cavalleria Rusticana which opened in Sydney last week.

Director Damiano Michieletto has linked the two works dramatically with several of the main characters from one opera appearing the other. Read our review from opening night and see these luscious images from the second of this pair of productions. Scroll down to see all six pictures. The double-bill runs till February 4 in Sydney and moves to Melbourne in May 2017. Images courtesy Opera Australia.

Anna Princeva as Nedda, Samuel Dundas as Silvio and Diego Torre as Canio in Pagliacci. Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Anna Princeva as Nedda, Samuel Dundas as Silvio and Diego Torre as Canio in Pagliacci.
Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Anna Princeva as Nedda in Pagliacci. Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Anna Princeva as Nedda in Pagliacci.
Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

José Carbó as Tonio and Diego Torre as Canio in Pagliacci. Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

José Carbó as Tonio and Diego Torre as Canio in Pagliacci.
Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Samuel Dundas as Silvio and Anna Princeva as Nedda in Pagliacci. Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Samuel Dundas as Silvio and Anna Princeva as Nedda in Pagliacci.
Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Diego Torre as Canio and Anna Princeva as Nedda in Pagliacci. Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Diego Torre as Canio and Anna Princeva as Nedda in Pagliacci.
Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Diego Torre, the Opera Australia Children’s Chorus and the Opera Australia Chorus in Pagliacci. Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

Diego Torre, the Opera Australia Children’s Chorus and the Opera Australia Chorus in Pagliacci.
Photo credit: Keith Saunders.

 
Posted on January 14, 2017 @ 12.15
 

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