Rossini's charming comedy
Shipwrecked and separated from her fiance, Isabella is captured for a sultan's harem. Using her wit, the charming girl remains undaunted. Declaring that she knows how to tame men, she forges her own destiny as a madcap, comedic adventure ensues!
The Florentine Opera presents composer Gioacchino Rossini's whimsical bel canto comedy for only the second time in our 77-year history. Join us this March for an exotic journey to a land of magnificent palaces, swashbuckling pirates and lavish harems, sure to captivate and delight.
A nationally-acclaimed cast of world-class singers will be directed by William Theisen, as Principal Conductor Maestro Joseph Rescigno leads the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra in Rossini's frothy and exuberant score.
Sung in Italian with English supertitles
- The Italian Girl in Algiers: For the Eye and the Ear
A review of available DVD and audio recordings of Rossini's The Italian Girl in Algiers, by Professor Corliss Phillabaum
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