Puss in Boots
by Xavier Montsalvatge returns to the Teatro Philharmonic de Oviedo
on the 9 and 10 January in a production realised in 2005 by the Teatro Real
de Madrid and co-produced by the Gran Teatro del Liceu, the Asociación Bilbaína de Amigos de la Ópera and the Asociación Asturiana de Amigos de la Ópera. On this occasion it is the version for small orchestra which the composer Albert Guinovart was commissioned to arrange by Tritó Ediciones.
Emilio Sagi’s staging counts on costumes and a set design by Agatha Ruiz de la Prada
, which give special colour and impact to the story, winning the hearts of both children and adults. Vicente Alberola is the music director and the main roles will be played by Raquel Lojendio (the Cat), David Menéndez (the Miller), María Luz Martínez (the Princess), Isidro Anaya (the King) and Miguel Angel Zapater (the Ogre).
This score by Xavier Montsalvatge
presents the traditional tale by Perrault in the personal style and with the surprising musicality that always characterises this composer’s works.