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Credits
Music: Giacomo Puccini
Libretto: Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica
Director: Jonathan Kent
Designer: Paul Brown
Lighting designer: Mark Henderson
Cast
Conductor: Plácido Domingo
Floria Tosca: Martina Serafin
Mario Cavaradossi : Riccardo Massi
Baron Scarpia: Marco Vratogna
Spoletta: Hubert Francis
Cesare Angelotti: Simon Shibambu
Sacristan: Jeremy White
Sciarrone: Jihoon Kim
Chorus: Royal Opera Chorus
Concert Master: Sergey Levitin
Orchestra: Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Story
The painter Mario Cavaradossi helps a fugitive escape – and so attracts the attention of Scarpia, the sadistic Chief of Police. Scarpia captures Cavaradossi and has him tortured within earshot of his lover, the singer Tosca.
Scarpia sentences Cavaradossi to death – but promises Tosca that her lover can be saved if she gives herself to Scarpia. Tosca consents but as soon as the order has been given kills Scarpia. Scarpia’s menace continues even in death: betrayed by a double-cross, Cavaradossi dies and Tosca leaps to her death.

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  • Credits

    Music: Giacomo Puccini
    Libretto: Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica
    Director: Jonathan Kent
    Designer: Paul Brown
    Lighting designer: Mark Henderson

  • Cast

    Conductor: Plácido Domingo
    Floria Tosca: Martina Serafin
    Mario Cavaradossi : Riccardo Massi
    Baron Scarpia: Marco Vratogna
    Spoletta: Hubert Francis
    Cesare Angelotti: Simon Shibambu
    Sacristan: Jeremy White
    Sciarrone: Jihoon Kim
    Chorus: Royal Opera Chorus
    Concert Master: Sergey Levitin
    Orchestra: Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

  • Story

    The painter Mario Cavaradossi helps a fugitive escape – and so attracts the attention of Scarpia, the sadistic Chief of Police. Scarpia captures Cavaradossi and has him tortured within earshot of his lover, the singer Tosca.
    Scarpia sentences Cavaradossi to death – but promises Tosca that her lover can be saved if she gives herself to Scarpia. Tosca consents but as soon as the order has been given kills Scarpia. Scarpia’s menace continues even in death: betrayed by a double-cross, Cavaradossi dies and Tosca leaps to her death.

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