Verdi’s works, an international repertoire, the masterpieces of classicism as well as contemporary music. “Andrea Chénier,” directed by Riccardo Chailly, will open the new season of La Scala Theatre, in Milan, on 7 December. It will be very rich, with fifteen operas from the traditional repertoire and a surprise original production at the end of the season, the premiere of “Fin de partie”, a masterpiece of contemporary music by the Hungarian composer György Kurtág.
Alongside the operas, 7 ballets will be staged with a tribute to Nureyev and Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre, which will be hosted in Milan twice next season.
There will also be space for a symphonic music programme, which has been expanded to include 8 events: from Kaufmann to Gatti, from Thielemann to Pollini, there will also be great contemporary names.
Finally, a special mention goes to the Under 30 project, which includes three performances in the season ticket at the price of one for young people only and concerts for children at the symbolic price of 1 euro.
La Scala Theatre has adopted an open approach, which is shared and supported by Enel. Special offers are available to make the theatre more accessible to a broader public, with “Opera” season tickets with 11 works, “Ballet” season tickets with 5 works, plus the “Mini” (4 operas and 2 ballets), Weekend (4 operas and 1 ballet on the weekend) and Under 30 (3 performances) packages. The Symphony (8 concerts) and Recital (7 songs) season tickets are designed for concert lovers.