Promotional image for ETO's Il Viaggio A Reims by Rossini. Show the statue bust of a man, overlaid with colourful images: a red and white kepi (cap) on his head, a golden cage beside him, and a suitcase and window behind him.
Promotional image for ETO's Il Viaggio A Reims by Rossini. Show the statue bust of a man, overlaid with colourful images: a red and white kepi (cap) on his head, a golden cage beside him, and a suitcase and window behind him.
ETO: Il Viaggio A Reims production shot - A group of colourfully dressed men and women gathered around a man wearing round spectacles, a brown jacket and cross-hatched trousers who is holding a piece of paper in his left and and holding up his right hand. The other people look at him with intrigued expressions on their faces. Behind the legs of all the people there are some wooden chests. A blue sky with clouds can appears between two wooden beams in the background.
Photo by Richard Hubert-Smith
ETO: Il Viaggio A Reims production shot - A man wearing a smart red jacket with a tailcoat and red trousers tucked into white socks faces a woman in a red and white dress. Behind them are lots of colourful wild flowers and a tree on the right. The background is of a pink and purple coloured sky.
Photo by Richard Hubert-Smith
ETO: Il Viaggio A Reims production shot - Six men and women stood on some wooden steps facing forwards while singing in chorus. They wear smart and colourful clothing. There is a green and white striped chair on both sides of the steps on the floor. The backdrop behind the two wooden beams is a painted image rolling hills and fields.
Photo by Richard Hubert-Smith
ETO: Il Viaggio A Reims production shot - A man with grey hair and a thick green beard wearing a smart green-coloured outfit, next to a a man with dark hair and a light beard, wearing a red jacket with a black patterned waistcoat. Both men sing, with the man in green holding his arms in a marching stance and the man in red holding his arms out. The backdrop behind is of a yellow-tinted landscape.
Photo by Richard Hubert-Smith
ETO: Il Viaggio A Reims production shot - A blonde, curly-haired woman wearing a blue floor-lengthed ruffled dress sits on a green couch and holds a small straw hat with a blue bow on it above a white and blue present box on the couch. Gathered around her are six men and women wearing different coloured, smart outfits. The backdrop behind is of a yellow-tinted landscape.
Photo by Richard Hubert-Smith

ETO – Il Viaggio a Reims

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Intrigue, politics, romance and lost luggage all play their part in Rossini’s last Italian opera, Il Viaggio a Reims, as a group of entitled guests from all over Europe are stranded in a provincial hotel on their way to a great coronation. Performed by ETO for the first time, this new production is directed by Valentina Ceschi and conducted by Jonathan Peter Kenny.

Performed in Italian with English surtitles


Pre-show talk: 6.30pm
Join members of the creative team for a pre-show talk as they share insights into this new production of Rossini’s Il Viaggio a Reims.

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