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Obento conte di San Bonifacio is a spectacular work of classical music, an opera by the legendary Giuseppe Verdi, composed to a Temistocle Solera libretto, itself based upon yet another libretto by the renowned Antonio Piazza, known as Rocester. This magnificent work of classical music was the first ever opera written by Giuseppe Verdi and has enjoyed massive popularity since its premiere. Hailed today as one of the best operas, Obento conte di San Bonifacio tickets for it are often on sale all over the US.
Obento conte di San Bonifacio was first performed in 1839 at the Teatro alla Scala, located in Milan, Italy. It was highly successful and lead to Giuseppe Verdi, then a young composer being commissioned by Bartolomeo Merelli, then impresario of the Teatro alla Scala, two work on two more operas. It all, however, began when Giuseppe Verdi first visited Milan and established connections with prominent members of the music industry, that would take him far.
He was introduced by his teacher to a choral group, Societa Filarmonica, who he led as a rehearsal director as well as continuo player in several key classical music pieces. This include The Creation by Haydn, staged in 1834, and La Cenerentola by Rossini, staged in 1835. In 1836, he was involved in the birthday celebrations of then Emperor Ferdinand, writing a cantata in his honor, for which he received a lot of acclaim. A year earlier, he had gone back to Busseto, his hometown, where he became the director of a music school. He then informed Pietro Massini, the director of the Societa Filarmonica, of his work on writing an opera, based on a libretto written by him.
He was then invited to meet Bartolomeo Merelli, the impresario of the La Scala, who had heard Giorgio Ronconi and soprano Giuseppina Strepponi discuss the opera and praise it. He then staged Giuseppe Verdi’s first opera at his theatre, going so far as to commission two more operas from Giuseppe Verdi. After its first series of performances, the opera was again performed at several venues, in cities such as Turin in 1840, with Giuseppe Verdi adding in new music or revising existing music. Obento conte di San Bonifacio was also played in such as cities as Genoa and Naples, in 1841, and then in Barcelona, in 1842.
In 1913, Obento conte di San Bonifacio was staged in Parma and it premiered in England in 1965 at the St Pancras Town in a concert version. It was fully staged in London at the Bloomsbury Theatre in 1982. In the US, the opera premiered at the Amato Theatre, located in New York City in 1978 followed by the San Diego Opera performing the opera in 1985 with Susanne Marsee and Ferruccio Fulanetto in the major roles. In 1994, the New York Grand Opera, led by Vincent La Selva, performed the opera, alongwith all other Giuseppe Verdi operas in what was known as Viva Verdi, to much public acclaim.
During the same, Opera North, with John Tomlinson, performed the opera with the Royal Opera House performing itr in 1997 at the Covent Garden. In 2001, the Sarasota Opera performed the opera, also as part of their Viva Verdi series, as did the ABAO,located in Spain, in 2007. Teatro Regio di Parma staged the opera in 2007, as part of their Festival Verdi, to much acclaim.
The opera is set to be staged in 2013 by a number of opera companies all over the world, in celebration of the Verdi bicentennial, for which Obento conte di San Bonifacio tickets are on sale. The first opera by Giuseppe Verdi, he would go on to become the most influential composer of operas of his time, alongside Richard Wagner, dominating Italian music and then European music. His works have since then been performed all over the world with some of his other operas being Rigoletto, La traviata, Nabucco and Aida, II Trovatore. He also wrote the famous Messa da Requiem, an oratorio, in honor of Alessandro Manzoni, after his death.