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Don Giovanni


Opera in two acts with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Italian libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte.


Don Giovanni can be staged with a manageable number of instrumental and vocal staff. Relying on innovative technology, this opera will be readapted according to current needs. There will be no actual set: instead, there will be an articulated system of projections redesigned (with respect to the production which premiered at Chorégies d’Orange) to fit the immense wall of the Sferisterio arena and to wholly enhance it, for the first time.

Tickets will be back on sale from 9th June 2020. All the already-purchased tickets for Don Giovanni remain effective. In the next weeks all the buyers will receive detailed information by e-mail.

Would you like to book a ticket for “Don Giovanni”? Click here to send an e-mail to the box-office specifying the date and the number of seats you want to book.

In 1787, Don Giovanni and the Mozart-Da Ponte duo represented a turning point for the opera world. Love, cynicism, rationality, and determination are combined in a plot full of metaphors and rich in immortal arias (such as “Madamina, Il Catalogo È Questo” or “Là Ci Darem La Mano”) which resounded in Macerata in 1991 at the Arena Sferisterio and then again in 2014 at the Lauro Rossi Theatre.


  • Saturday 18 July ore 21:00
  • Friday 24 July ore 21:00
  • Sunday 2 August ore 21:00
  • Saturday 8 August ore 21:00

*Warning! The only authorized distribution channels for these tickets are Vivaticket and the official selling points. Avoid every other website.

  • Conductor
    Francesco Lanzillotta
  • Director
    Davide Livermore
  • Don Giovanni
    Mattia Olivieri
  • Leporello
    Tommaso Barea
  • Donna Anna
    Karen Gardeazabal
  • Don Ottavio
    Giovanni Sala
  • Donna Elvira
    Valentina Mastrangelo

Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
Coro Lirico Marchigiano “Vincenzo Bellini”
Martino Faggiani choirmaster
Massimo Fiocchi Malaspina other choirmaster

Co-production of the Associazione Arena Sferisterio and the Chorégies d’Orange