Musical opera inspired by the letters of lovers addressed to Juliet
Music fans will probably remember the “song sequence” called Juliet’s Letters, created by Elvis Costello in 1993 together with the Brodsky Quartet. Inspired by the letters that people from all over the world (mostly outbursts of disappointed lovers, confessions and letters of farewell) usually send to the address “Juliet – Verona”, the work consisted of twenty letters transformed into songs.
On the 30th of November, as part of the “Novembre Patavino“, the Italian version of the work by Elvis Costello arrives in Padua: a great event that is going to be sensational, thanks also to the magnificent setting in which it will take place, the “Sala dei Giganti” of Palazzo Liviano.
The protagonist of the Italian re-adaptation is Vittorio Matteucci, a well-known face in the Italian musical scene, who will be accompanied on stage by Paul Klee 4et. Produced by Sergio Cossu for the Blue Serge label, the show is directed by Monica Còdena.
Pre-sales are already available at Gabbia Dischi, HifiRecord, School of Music Gershwin and Vivaticket circuit.
Front row, numbered seats – € 15.00
Standard seats – € 10.00