Madama Butterfly

For any opera which in its original form met with derision, Puccini's "Madama Butterfly" has more than proved those just critics wrong. It is now one of the standard and favourite works adored by opera lovers everywhere. Its themes of love and heartbreak are common in almost every human experience and its plethora of beautiful melodies make it immediately attractive to audiences everywhere. Featuring the chorus and orchestra of the Arena di Verona and starring Raina Kabaivanska and Nazzareno Antinori.

Year: 1983
Genre: Performing Arts
Country: Italy
Director: Brian Large
Starring: Raina Kabaivanska, Nazzareno Antinori, Eleonora Jankovic, Lorenzo Saccomani
Duration: 144 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Performing Arts



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