La Traviata - The Met (1981)

03/28/1981 (US) MusicRomanceDrama 2h 9m
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James Levine leads a remarkable cast in one of Verdi’s most enduringly popular operas and brings fresh insights to this beloved score. Ileana Cotrubas is poignant and touching as Violetta, the consumptive courtesan who finds true love with Alfredo, sung with style and passion by the great Plácido Domingo. Cornell MacNeil is Germont, Alfredo’s father, who forces the two apart, setting in motion events that lead to a shattering and tragic conclusion. Colin Graham’s production features design by Tanya Moiseiwitsch and choreography by Zachary Solov.

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  2. Francesco Maria Piave


Top Billed Cast

  1. Ileana Cotrubas

    Ileana Cotrubas

    Violetta Valéry

  2. Plácido Domingo

    Plácido Domingo

    Alfredo Germont

  3. Cornell MacNeil

    Cornell MacNeil

    Giorgio Germont

  4. Ariel Bybee


  5. Geraldine Decker


  6. Dana Talley


  7. John Darremcamp

    Baron Douphol

  8. Julien Robbins

    Marquis d'Obigny

  9. William Fleck

    Dr. Grenvil

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La Traviata - The Met
La Traviata - The Met

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Original Language Italian

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