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Giuseppe Verdi

La Traviata

Performance History

First Performance: 6 March 1853; Teatro la Fenice, Venice

  • Violetta: Fanny Salvini-Donatelli
  • Flora: Speranza Giuseppini
  • Annina: Carlotta Berini
  • Alfredo: Ludovico Graziani
  • Giorgio Germont: Felice Varesi
  • Gastone: Angelo Zuliani
  • Baron Douphol: Francesco Dragone
  • Il Marchese D'obigny: Arnaldo Silvestri
  • Grenvil: Andrea Bellini
  • a Servant: G. Borsato

First Performance in:

  • Spain: 1 February 1855, Madrid
  • Austria: 4 May 1855, Vienna
  • Malta: 1 October 1855
  • Portugal: 29 October 1855
  • Brazil: 15 December 1855, Rio De Janeiro
  • Great Britain: 24 May 1856, London
  • Argentina: 10 June 1856, Buenos Aires
  • Poland: Summer 1856, Warsaw
  • Russia: 24 September 1856, Moscow
  • Ireland: 14 October 1856, Dublin
  • Mexico: November 1856
  • United States: 3 December 1856, New York
  • France: 6 December 1856, Paris
  • Chile: 1857, Santiago
  • Germany: 10 November 1857, Hamburg
  • Hungary: 10 November 1857, Budapest
  • Romania: 1858, Bucharest
  • Zagreb: April 1859, Agram
  • Holland: 1860, Amsterdam
  • Australia: 1860, Melbourne
  • Belguim: 6 March 1861, Brussels
  • Czech. Republic: June 1862, Prague
  • Sweeden: 21 February 1868, Stockholm
  • Norway: April 1868, Christiania
  • Egypt: December 1869, Cairo
  • Poland: 11 May 1872, Lemberg
  • Finnland: 21 August 1876, Helsinki
  • Cuba: 1877, Havana
  • Denmark: 29 November 1887, Copenhagen
  • Bulgaria: 10 February 1910, Sofia
  • Estonia: 1915, Tallinn
  • Japan: Autumn 1919, Yokohama
  • Lithuania: 31 December 1920, Kaunas
  • Israel: 28 July 1923, Tel-Aviv

Copyright © 1996, Stephen L. Parker.

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