Published on July 16th, 2012 08:19 PM
Opera Lively's envoy Luiz Gazzola travelled to London to attend the Royal Opera House / David McVicar / Antonio Pappano new production of Berlioz's masterpiece Les Troyens, together with two other staff members, sospiro and Soave_Fanciulla. After the opera we had the pleasure of meeting in person backstage outstanding soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci, one of our favorite artists. Her performance in the show was her usual extremely compelling work, given that she is not only a gifted singer, but also a spectacular actress who is able to portray dramatic roles to perfection. A few days later she granted us the exclusive interview that follows [click on Read More than scroll down for the complete interview]. Mary Auer, another Opera Lively journalist, also contributed with questions].
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All pictures are being used with authorization and were kindly provided by the Royal Opera House Press Office, and are to be credited as follows: © ROH 2012 / Bill Cooper for all production pictures, except for Ms. Antonacci's head shot, also provided by the ROH, but credited to Pietro Spagnoli, 2011.