Nosferatu is an opera libretto by Lorenza Cantini inspired by Bram Stoker’s nineteenth century novel and two of its twentieth century cinematic interpretations, Friedreich Wilhelm Murnau’s Nosferatu the Vampire (1922) and Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu the Prince of Darkness (1979). It has been set to music by the composer Brian Richard Earl and is due for production in the 2022-2023 season

Below are two short excerpts of the scenery video project, set to the music of the piano reduction of the score:

Barbiere di Siviglia alla Scala

In September Lorenza has been working alongside director Leo Muscato in Teatro alla Scala’s new production of Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia, conductor Riccardo Chailly, with Mattia Olivieri, Svetlina Stoyanova, Marco Filippo Romano, Maxim Mironov and Nicola Ulivieri. Scenery by Federica Parolini e costumes by Silvia Aymonino. Performances until October 15th.

Brecht and Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins & Mahagonny Songs at La Scala

During March 2021 Lorenza has been working alongside Stage Director Irina Brook on a new La Scala production of Bertold Brecht’s and Kurt Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins and Mahogony Songs for RAI Italian National Television. Conductor Riccardo Chailly, cast: kate Lindsey, Lauren Michelle, Elliott Charlton Hines, Andrew Harris, Matthaus Schmidlechner, Michael Smallwood Martin Chishimba and Matteo Gavazzi

Così fan tutte alla Scala

Lorenza has revived Michael Hampe’s production of Mozart’s Così fan tutte at La Scala for RAI television and internet streaming with Eleonora Buratto, Emily d’Angelo, Federica Guida, Alessio Arduini, Bogdan Volkov, Pietro Spagnoli and Giovanni Antonini, conductor.
You might like to watch it on RAI Replay or La Scala’s internet site.