Opera in four acts (1842) with Italian libretto by Temistocle Solera, based on the Old Testament and the French play Nabuchodonosor by Francis Cornue and Anicète Bourgeois.
It was the first big success of Verdi’s career thanks to its captivating music and a plot that captured the imagination of the public. In it he approached the genre of biblical operas, drawn by a romantic story that mixed individual characters with a collective protagonist. This new production will be in charge of Stefano Poda (1973), who brings together the functions of stage director, set designer, costume designer, lighting designer and choreographer. The Latin American premiere took place at the Teatro Colón in 1914 with the Company and direction of Tulio Serafín.
Musical Director: Carlos Vieu
Scenic Direction, Scenography, Costumes and Lighting: Stefano Poda
Stable orchestra of the Teatro Colón
Stable choir of the Teatro Colón
Director: Miguel Martínez
NABUCCO: Sebastián Catana / Leonardo López Linares
ABIGAÍL: Rebeka Lokar / Mónica Ferracani
FENENA: Guadalupe Barrientos / Florencia Machado
ISMAEL: Darío Schmunck / Santiago Vidal
ZACCARIA: Abramo Roselen / Christian Peregrino
ANNA: Mariana Carnovali / María Belén Rivarola
HIGH PRIEST: Mario De Salvo / Cristian De Marco
ABDALLO: Gabriel Renaud / Gabriel Centeno