Recital by Cecilia Molinari: Two Centuries of Italian Music
The Teatro Carlo Felice—among Italy’s foremost opera houses—comes to Columbia with a leading mezzo for this performance of Italian music.
Cecilia Molinari, mezzo-soprano
Claudio Marino Moretti, pianist
“Nacqui all’affanno” (from La Cenerentola)
Selections from Shakespeare Songs
La canzone dei ricordi
Reception to follow
Production and presentation: Fondazione Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova; Italian Academy, Columbia University
Online registration is now closed, but we expect to be able to accommodate walk-ins at the door.
About this free performance:
Seating is limited and first come, first served. Priority will be given to those who register in advance. We have a limit of two (2) reservations per person.
Check-in begins 30 minutes before the event and early arrival is suggested. Walk-ups will be admitted, space permitting, from 6:50 PM.
About the companion event on the same day:
“Opera in the U.S. before 1850″
Celebrating a new book at 5:00 PM in Butler Hall.
To register for this book event click here.
Read more about this book, Italian Opera in the United States, 1800–1850: At the Origins of a Cultural Migration, a collection of essays from a conference produced by the Italian Academy in 2018 (Lorenzo Da Ponte and the Birth of Italian Opera in New York).