Without a doubt, the most famous comic opera in the history of music and an eternal source of delight. In 18th Century Seville, the young Rosina (Chiara Amarù) is cloistered away by her tutor, the old doctor Bartolo (Marco Filippo Romano), who has got it into his head to marry her. But Rosina is in love with the young Count Almaviva (Antonino Siragusa) who, with the help of jovial Figaro (Roberto de Candia), will try anything to get close to his beloved.
Director Vittorio Borelli has returned the action to its original setting, namely the era of Beaumarchais, with its powdered wigs and silk breeches. The spontaneity of this comedy is able to drag the audience from smile to laughter, it will be difficult to leave the theatre without humming “Largo al factotum della città”.