TOSCA PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: GUIDO MALFATTI, RENATO CIONI, MARINA CUCCHIO, LORIS GAVARINI - HFSID 100048
Sale Price $198.00
TOSCA PLAY CAST: RENATO CIONI, MARINA CUCCHIO, GUIDO MALFATTI and LORIS GAVARINI
Cast members from the 1957 Theatre Royal production of Tosca sign their names next to the cast list in blue ink
Show Bill signed: "Marina Cucchio", "Renato Cioni", "G. Malfatti" and "Loris Gavarini" in blue ink. 6 pages, 5½x8½. Programme from 1955 production of Tosca at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. RENATO CIONI (b. 1929) is an Italian operatic tenor, best known for his Italian repertoire. Born on the Isle of Elba as the son of a fisherman, Cioni received his musical education at the Cherubini Conservatory in Florence, eventually winning an international voice contest organized by the Rome Opera and making his stage debut in Lucia di Lammermoor. He soon was in great demand throughout Italy and in 1959 made his international debut at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia which was followed by a performance in Carnegie Hall in New York City. Cioni also performed in venues such as the San Francisco Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, Covent Garden, and La Scala. MARINA CUCCHIO was best known for her role in the film-taping of The Marriage of Figaro, as well as for her appearances in European opera houses, including the Theatre Royal in England. GUIDO MALFATTI was an Italian opera singer who performed throughout Europe in the mid-twentieth century. He appeared in productions of L'amico Fritz, Carmen, Macbeth, and Otello. Furthermore, many of his performances were recorded for preservation. LORIS GAVARINI is an Italian operatic conductor, best known for his Shakespearean productions, most famously catalogued in his recording of Romeo & Juliet with Riccardo Zandonai. Toned. Corners creased. Light surface creases. Adhesive affixed on outside cover. Slightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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