The Leticia Jarvis Art Films Series
Presents:

“Plácido Domingo is the definitive Francesco of recent times” - Financial Times
“To see him again on stage is a joy. From here to eternity” - La Stampa
“One can only marvel at his enormous musicality, his ageless vocal quality, his enviable stage presence” - Il corriere musicale

Here is Plácido Domingo’s latest conquest: the leading baritone role of Francesco Foscari in Verdi’s darkly atmospheric, melodically generous early opera, based on Lord Byron’s play. Set in 15th-century Venice, I Due Foscari is the forerunner of Simon Boccanegra, and Domingo’s triumph as the Doge set the seal on this critically lauded new production from Milan’s Teatro alla Scala, the ultimate Verdi shrine.

Declaring the legendary singer “the definitive Francesco of recent times”, the Financial Times’s reviewer also had high praise for the rest of La Scala’s superb cast, from “Andrea Concetti’s solid Loredano, to the immaculate Francesco Meli in a perfect match for Jacopo. Anna Pirozzi makes a triumphant house debut as Lucrezia. She wins hearts and minds through fearsome dramatisation and thrilling vocal power. But the revelation of the night is [conductor] Michele Mariotti. Here is an interpretation of unbridled elasticity [...] There is the whiff of Venice’s sea breeze and a surge in its lagoon. The well-drilled chorus of patricians sends a chill down the spine. Mariota is the wunderkind of the Italian repertoire.”





Saturday April 8th
7:00pm 
Jarvis Conservatory
1711 Main Street
Napa CA, 94559
Tickets are $20


About The Leticia Jarvis
Art Films Series

With access to the very latest films as well as older classics, Ms. Jarvis will choose films not otherwise available to Napa audiences. And your suggestions are welcome! Besides films, she will be able to choose from the best operas currently available.
Tickets will be available at the door of the Conservatory Theater the evening of the event. Pricing for Art Films is $10 and for operas $20.

Opera Film: 
Giuseppe Verdi's
I DUE FOSCARI

From Teatro alla Scala, Milan