Opera La Cenerentola of G. Rossini

Opera La Cenerentola of G. Rossini

Triomphe de l’Art has pleasure to invite you at the opera “La Cenerentola” (Cinderella) of G. Rossini with piano accompaniment. 2 hours of opera with break, ensured by an international cast of quality in 2 modern cultural centers in Flanders not far from Brussels, Belgium

Opera La Cenerentola

Piano accompaniment: Anastasiia Silanteva
Angelina (Cenerentola, Cinderella): Marie Magrofuoco / Paola Alcocer Crespo
Don Ramiro, Prince of Salerno: Piero Regis
Dandini, valet to the Prince: Juan Tello y Soto / Mikhail Silantev
Don Magnifico, Baron of Montefiascone and Cenerentola’s stepfather: Valery Alexeev / Bruno Resende
Alidoro, philosopher and the Prince’s former tutor: Bruno Vargas
Clorinda, Don Magnifico’s elder daughter: Julietta Kocharova / Christina Zaka
Tisbe, Don Magnifico’s younger daughter: Paula Meyer
Stage director: Natalya Belokonskaya
Light Design: Nixon Fernandes

Where: 30CC / Schouwburg Leuven
Address: Bondgenotenlaan 21 – 3000 Leuven, Belgium
Date and time: 19 October 2024 at 20:00

Address: Willem Lambertstraat 10 – 1930 Zaventem, Belgium
Date and time: 27 October 2024 at 15:00


The fate of G. Rossini’s brilliant comic opera La Cenerentola (better known as Cinderella or Goodness Triumphant) and the fate of its heroine rhyme with each other. Initially underrated, “Cinderella” later delighted and conquered the world.
This is Rossini at his best: lively and sparkling music in which his mastery of the bel canto style shines through. Only virtuosos of the highest class can sing “Cinderella” opera with its crazy tempos and mind-blowing passages.
This is not a story you have heard many times before. And this is not what the old storyteller Perrault or Mr. Walt Disney told. In the fairy tale that we (Triomphe de l’Art company) tell you, there is no glass slipper, no good fairy, and no wicked stepmother. But there is a good prince, two silly sisters and, of course, the sweet Cinderella herself. That means there is unmasked vanity, overwhelming love and, of course, magic. This magic is in Rossini’s music, in his subtle musical humor that underlines the true values of life and the triumph of love.

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