Antonio Vivaldi

Orlando finto pazzo

오를란도 핀토 파쵸
  • Date(s):10, 12- 14. May 2017
  • Time:Wed, Fri 19:30, Sat-Sun 15:00
  • Venue:LG Arts Center
  • Ticket:R 120,000 / S 100,000 / A 80,000 / B 40,000 / C 20,000 (KRW)
  • Viewing Rating:For age above 7
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A. Vivaldi_ Orlando Finto Pazzo

May 10(Wed), 12(Fri)~14(Sun), 2017 LG Arts Center


Revival of authentic Baroque opera!

Magical stage full of baroque fantasy and enchanting amusement

The opera from over 300 years ago magically revives. A. Vivaldi’s Orlando Finto Pazzo (Orlando, the fake madman) is a witty and sentimental drama with complicated characters around Orlando. Fabio Ceresa, the original director for Korean premiere and the winner of International Opera Awards 2016 for young directors, redirects this opera to reveal a wonderful amusement and baroque fantasy. The art of disguise and deception escalates dramatic delight, not to mention scenery of wheel symbolizing the complex 7-cornered romance as well as the glamorous costumes of primary colors.


Production & Cast



Composer | Antonio Vivaldi

Libretto | Grazio Braccioli

Premiere | Teatro Sant'Angelo in Venice

                on November, 1714

Artistic Director | Hak Min Kim

Conductor | George Petrou

Director | Fabio Ceresa

Choreographer l Mattia Agatiello

Sets | Phil-Young Oh

Costumes | Giuseppe Palella

Lighting | Seon-Young Ma



Orlando | Bass Bar. Christoph Woo

Brandimarte | Ten.   Byung Ho June

Ersilla | Sop.  Francesca Lombardi Mazzulli

Argillano | Counter Ten.  David DQ Lee

Tigrinda | M. Sop.  Jina Oh

Grifone | Counter Ten.   Siman Chung

Origille | Contralto.  Franziska Gottwald

Angelica | Ballerina. 




Act 1

Ersilla dedicates a sword to the destruction of Orlando, and entrusts the sword and mission to Argillano, who secretly loves her. Ersilla’s enemies, Brandimarte, Grifone and Origille spy on the rituals. As the ceremony ends, Tigrinda, priestess of potions, tries unsuccessfully to tell Argillano she loves him. Grifone follows Tigrinda, who he in turn secretly loves. Argillano challenges Grifone, who is protected by Origille – she pretends that he is her young sister, “Leodilla.” Origille, who is pledged to Grifone, challenges his obvious love for Tigrinda, then vows her revenge. Orlando defeats but spares Argillano, leaving the magic sword on the ground as he severs the golden branch, thus opening the way for everyone into Ersilla’s garden. Ersilla notices the sword, and infers Argillano’s defeat. As her fairies bewitch Orlando with their songs, Ersilla becomes smitten with Brandimarte, who uses this to rescue Orlando.

Act 2

Grifone tries to capitalise on his reluctant disguise to get closer to Tigrinda by becoming her handmaiden. Origille, now disguised as a man, “Ordauro,” interrupts them. Ersilla ignores Tigrinda’s pleas for Argillano’s release (imprisoned because of his defeat,) but now smitten with “Ordauro,” releases him at “Ordauro’s” suggestion. Spurned by Ersilla, Argillano vows to betray her, and to gain an accomplice, falsely pledges his love to Tigrinda. On seeing Origille, Orlando blows his cover, but is neatly manoeuvred by Brandimarte into concealing his true identity by pretending to be mad, under the illusion that he is Orlando. Under cover of “madness,” Orlando tells the bizarre story of how Origille betrayed him last time they met. When Argillano disappears to warn Ersilla of his suspicions, Origille begs forgiveness, and Orlando acquiesces. Argillano tells Ersilla that “Leodilla” is Grifone, and she interrogates him. Grifone gives nothing away, and so is imprisoned.

Act 3

Origille has smashed through Grifone’s prison wall with a pickaxe, and confronts him with her ardent love. Grifone’s pledges of love are rejected by Tigrinda, who then plots with a reluctant Argillano to poison Ersilla with a magic potion. Ersilla’s darkest ceremony fails to reveal Orlando’s true identity, so she conjures up a counterfeit Angelica to provoke him. Brandimarte again rescues Orlando, this time by pretending himself to be the warrior. Ersilla captures the two men, but is mortified to believe she loves her enemy. Orlando vows to abandon such deception in favour of honourable confrontation. Argillano rejects Tigrinda, who then drinks her own potion. Grief-stricken, Grifone, too poisons himself. Origille, seeing the corpse of her beloved, vows revenge. Orlando smashes his fetters, releases Brandimarte, and by destroying Ersilla’s castle, breaks all her spells. Grifone, Tigrinda, and all her other victims reawaken and are cured, Tigrinda is united with Argillano, Origille with Grifone, and all ends happily.



* Source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orlando_finto_pazzo


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