La Bohème by PucciniOpera in four acts
Cor NovAria (Eric Varas, director)
Soloist to determine
Orquestra Terrassa 48
Jesús Fernández, stage director
Sergi Giménez Carreras, artistic director
Josep Miquel Mindán, conductor
Giacomo Puccini created La Bohême in 1896, a four-act opera that premiered on February 1, 1896, in Teatro Regio, Turin. The setting of La Bohème takes place in 1830s Paris, France. The opera is based on a collection of related stories by Henri Murger published in 1851 and follows the standard Italian opera, with arias, duets and concertants very famous around the world. The story shows vignettes of bohemian youths who lived in the Latin Quarter of Paris and focuses on relationships, characters, and lovers. Staged Opera (two hours): Symphony Orchestra, Solists, Choir, costumes. More than 80 artists on stage.