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Though the famous play Othello was written by the bard William Shakespeare at the onset of the 16th century, it took almost three centuries for it to become an opera.
Othello was rendered into Otello by the famous composer Guiseppe Verdi, with a liberetto courtesy Arrigo Boito. The story revolves around an Andalusian Muslim general Otello who is based in Cyprus, and his marital relations with Desdemona.
The Otello New York performance will be delivered by none other than the reputable company Metropolitan Opera and will performed with a unique cast in the principle roles of Otello, Desdemona and Lago.
The opera Otello was performed for the public in 1887 in Milan. Verdi had almost retired in the early 1870s but was coaxed by his publisher to keep on composing for another couple of years. Thus Otello turned out to be Verdi’s penultimate opera, the final one being Falstaff.
The hype around Otello was considerable, considering the fact that Verdi came back from his retirement to compose it. Though Verdi was extremely concerned with the initial response to the opera, its resounding success saw it make its debut across the Atlantic in New York city the following year and in UK the one after that.
Verdi’s attempt of doing away with the conventional “recitative-aria” style of opera at that time may have been an experiment but it also became of its strongest features.
Claim some Otello New York tickets to watch this opera performed to perfection while retaining its classical elements.