Teatro Malibran

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theatre in Venice, Italy

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Geographical coordinates: 45.439167 12.337222

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English Teatro Malibran

The Teatro Malibran, known over its lifetime by a variety of names, beginning with the Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo (or Crisostomo) after the nearby church, is an opera house in Venice which was inaugurated in 1678 with a production of the premiere of Carlo Pallavicino's opera Vespasiano. By 1683, it had quickly become known as "the biggest, most beautiful and richest theatre in the city" and its operatic importance throughout the 17th and 18th centuries led to an even grander description by 1730:

A true kingdom of marvels....that with the vastness of its magnificent dimension can be rightly compared to the splendours of ancient Rome and that with the grandeur of its more than regal dramatic performances has now conquered the applause and esteem of the whole world.Richly decorated, the theatre consisted of five levels of thirty boxes and a large stalls area. However, as an opera house, its success was short-lived and from 1751 to 1800, opera was rarely performed there. Taken over by the municipality in 1797, it became the Teatro Civico until purchased by a partnership and restored in 1819. It re-opened again, this time in private hands, with Rossini's La gazza ladra. But deterioration continued, the partnership broke up, and the remaining partner, Giovanni Gallo, continued with additional refurbishment, giving it the new name of the Teatro Emeronitto (Theatre of Day and Night) and inaugurating it in December 1834 with Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore.When the famous soprano Maria Malibran came to sing Vincenzo Bellini's La sonnambula on 8 April 1835, she was clearly appalled at the condition of the theatre since Lynn reports that "she refused her fee, telling the impresario to 'use it for the theatre' " At that point the opera house became the Teatro Malibran in the singer's honour and it is the name by which the theatre has been known ever since.

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German Teatro Malibran

Das Teatro Malibran, früher das Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo (heute meist: Crisostomo) ist ein Opernhaus im Stadtteil Cannaregio von Venedig, das sich etwa fünfzig Meter östlich von der Kirche San Giovanni Crisostomo befindet. Es ist wegen seiner außerordentlichen Bedeutung für die Oper im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert bekannt. Das Theater war reich verziert und umfasste fünf Etagen Logen und ein großes Parterre. Heute gibt es seitlich keine Logen mehr und hinten zwei Ränge.

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cs Teatro Malibran

Teatro Malibran je benátské divadlo založené roku 1678. Během své existence vystřídalo několik jmen. Otevřeno bylo jako Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo (nebo Crisostomo) podle nedalekého kostela. Od roku 1797 bylo známo jako Teatro Civico. V roce 1834 změnilo nakrátko jméno na Teatro Emeronitto, ale hned od následujícího roku se na počest slavné zpěvačky Marie Malibran, která finančně podpořila obnovu divadla, nese název Teatro Malibran.

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French Teatro Malibran

Le Teatro Malibran, dont le nom a changé plusieurs fois depuis sa création, en commençant par Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo (ou Crisostomo) d'après le nom de l'église voisine, est une salle d'opéra à Venise qui a été inaugurée en 1678 avec la création de l'opéra Vespasiano de Carlo Pallavicino. En 1683, il a été décrit comme « le plus grand, le plus beau et le plus riche théâtre de la ville ».

Richement décoré, le théâtre se compose de cinq niveaux de trente loges et d'un grand parterre garni de sièges.

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Italian Teatro Malibran

Il Teatro Malibran è un teatro veneziano. È noto soprattutto per la sua importanza in ambito operistico che ebbe tra il XVII e il XVIII secolo, quando portava il nome di Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo.

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English Teatro Malibran

Address Campo del Malibran, Canareggio 5873
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