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The Teatro Comunale di Modena (Community Theatre of Modena, but renamed in October 2007 as Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti) is an opera house in the town of Modena, (Emilia-Romagna province), Italy. The idea for the creation of the present theatre dates from 1838, when it became apparent that the then-existing Teatro Comunale di via Emilia (in dual private and public ownership) was no longer suitable for staging opera. However, this house had been the venue for presentations of all of the works of Donizetti, Bellini and Rossini up to this time, and a flourishing operatic culture existed in Modena.

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  • Il Teatro comunale Pavarotti-Freni è il principale teatro lirico della città di Modena. Progettato nel 1838 e inaugurato il 2 ottobre 1841, fu realizzato da Francesco Vandelli, architetto della corte del duca Francesco IV di Modena. Il nome originario, Teatro dell'Illustrissima Comunità, mutò successivamente in Teatro comunale. Nel 2007 è stato intitolato a Luciano Pavarotti. nonchè, dal 2021, anche a Mirella Freni. Da gennaio 2002 la gestione del teatro è affidata alla Fondazione Teatro Comunale di Modena.
  • The Teatro Comunale di Modena (Community Theatre of Modena, but renamed in October 2007 as Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti) is an opera house in the town of Modena, (Emilia-Romagna province), Italy. The idea for the creation of the present theatre dates from 1838, when it became apparent that the then-existing Teatro Comunale di via Emilia (in dual private and public ownership) was no longer suitable for staging opera. However, this house had been the venue for presentations of all of the works of Donizetti, Bellini and Rossini up to this time, and a flourishing operatic culture existed in Modena.
  • 帕瓦罗蒂-弗雷妮市政剧院(意大利语:Teatro comunale Pavarotti-Freni),原名摩德纳市政剧院(Teatro Comunale di Modena),2007年10月更名为卢奇亚诺·帕瓦罗蒂市政剧院(Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti),2021年改为现名。这是一座歌剧院,位于意大利艾米利亞-羅馬涅大区的摩德纳。 创建现在剧院的想法可以追溯到1838年,当时公爵私人和公众共有的“艾米利亞大道市政剧院”(Teatro Comunale di via Emilia)显然已不再适合上演歌剧。然而,到目前为止,这座房子一直是展示多尼采蒂、贝利尼和罗西尼所有作品的场所,摩德纳存在着繁荣的剧院文化。在摩德纳市长的领导下,与著名的音乐学院合作,建筑师弗朗西斯科·范德利设计了剧院,正如最初的名称Teatro dell'Illustrissima Comunita,“为了城市的尊严和风景艺术的传播”。 除了弗朗西斯科四世公爵赠送的一份重要礼物外,剧院以当时典型的方式 - 出售包厢筹款。范德利为新剧院所作的设计,结合了皮亚琴察、曼托瓦和米兰的做法,于1841年10月2日开业,首演剧目是甘迪尼的《卡诺萨城堡勃艮第的阿德莱德》, 这是一部专为这一场合而设计的歌剧。
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  • The Teatro Comunale di Modena (Community Theatre of Modena, but renamed in October 2007 as Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti) is an opera house in the town of Modena, (Emilia-Romagna province), Italy. The idea for the creation of the present theatre dates from 1838, when it became apparent that the then-existing Teatro Comunale di via Emilia (in dual private and public ownership) was no longer suitable for staging opera. However, this house had been the venue for presentations of all of the works of Donizetti, Bellini and Rossini up to this time, and a flourishing operatic culture existed in Modena. Under the Mayor of Modena in collaboration with the Conservatorio dell'Illustrissima Comunita (Conservatory of the Most Illustrious Community), architect Francesco Vandelli was engaged to design the Teatro dell'Illustrissima Comunita, as the theatre was first called, "for the dignity of the city and for the transmission of the scenic arts". Paid for in the manner typical of the time - from the sale of boxes - in addition to a significant gift from Duke Francis IV (Francesco IV D'Austria Este), Vandelli created a design for the new theatre combining ideas from those in Piacenza, Mantua, and Milan, and it opened on 2 October 1841 with a performance of Gandini's Adelaide di Borgogna al Castello di Canossa, an opera specially commissioned for the occasion. Meanwhile, in 1841, the Teatro Comunale di via Emilia was renamed as the Teatro Vecchio when the present theatre opened, although the Vecchio finally closed in 1859, the same year as Duke Friedrich V left Modena. In turn, this caused another renaming and the Illustrissima became the Teatro Municipale. During the First World War the theatre was under the control of the army and between 1915 and 1923 it was closed and declared to be unsafe. While opera performances continued to be given elsewhere in the city, it was not until 1935 that a pit was created for the Municipale and, in the last years of the twentieth century, a complete restoration took place. The now-renamed Teatro Comunale (its original name had been restored in 1956) re-opened in December 1998 as a 900-seat auditorium with 112 boxes on four tiers plus a gallery. Since its opening in 1841 the Comunale has presented all of the major works of the operatic repertory as well as many new and unfamiliar ones. Today, its programming typically consists of about seven operas presented during the October to April season for two performances each and the theatre is a member of the Association of the Theatres of Emilia Romagna, thus working cooperatively with opera houses in the region on shared productions. Following the September 2007 death of world famous opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti, a native of the town and a lifelong resident, the Mayor of Modena has announced that the theatre was to be renamed for the singer.
  • Il Teatro comunale Pavarotti-Freni è il principale teatro lirico della città di Modena. Progettato nel 1838 e inaugurato il 2 ottobre 1841, fu realizzato da Francesco Vandelli, architetto della corte del duca Francesco IV di Modena. Il nome originario, Teatro dell'Illustrissima Comunità, mutò successivamente in Teatro comunale. Nel 2007 è stato intitolato a Luciano Pavarotti. nonchè, dal 2021, anche a Mirella Freni. Da gennaio 2002 la gestione del teatro è affidata alla Fondazione Teatro Comunale di Modena.
  • 帕瓦罗蒂-弗雷妮市政剧院(意大利语:Teatro comunale Pavarotti-Freni),原名摩德纳市政剧院(Teatro Comunale di Modena),2007年10月更名为卢奇亚诺·帕瓦罗蒂市政剧院(Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti),2021年改为现名。这是一座歌剧院,位于意大利艾米利亞-羅馬涅大区的摩德纳。 创建现在剧院的想法可以追溯到1838年,当时公爵私人和公众共有的“艾米利亞大道市政剧院”(Teatro Comunale di via Emilia)显然已不再适合上演歌剧。然而,到目前为止,这座房子一直是展示多尼采蒂、贝利尼和罗西尼所有作品的场所,摩德纳存在着繁荣的剧院文化。在摩德纳市长的领导下,与著名的音乐学院合作,建筑师弗朗西斯科·范德利设计了剧院,正如最初的名称Teatro dell'Illustrissima Comunita,“为了城市的尊严和风景艺术的传播”。 除了弗朗西斯科四世公爵赠送的一份重要礼物外,剧院以当时典型的方式 - 出售包厢筹款。范德利为新剧院所作的设计,结合了皮亚琴察、曼托瓦和米兰的做法,于1841年10月2日开业,首演剧目是甘迪尼的《卡诺萨城堡勃艮第的阿德莱德》, 这是一部专为这一场合而设计的歌剧。 与此同时,1841年,当现在的剧院开业时,“艾米利亞大道市政剧院”重新命名为“老剧院”(Teatro Vecchio),最终于1859年关闭,也就是弗里德里希五世公爵离开摩德纳的同一年。 反过来,这又导致了另一次更名,由Illustrissima改为“市政剧院”(Teatro Municipale)。 在第一次世界大战期间,剧院由军队控制,1915年至1923年期间关闭,宣布为不安全。1984年,该剧院开始修复,两年后重新向公众开放。1998年12月全面修复后重新开放,拥有900个座位,共有112个包厢,分四层。 自1841年开业以来,市政剧院已经展示了所有主要剧目作品,以及许多新的和不熟悉的作品。如今,在10月至4月的演出季中,该剧院的节目通常包括七部歌剧,每次演出两部。该剧院是艾米利亞-羅馬涅剧院协会的成员,因此与该地区的歌剧院合作,共同制作作品。 2007年9月,世界著名歌剧男高音、摩德纳居民卢奇亚诺·帕瓦罗蒂去世后,摩德纳市长宣布,该剧院将为这位歌手更名。12月6日,剧院正式以帕瓦罗蒂命名。2021年10月2日,剧院在新冠疫情后重新开放,决定将剧院也献给艺术家米雷拉·弗雷妮。
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