La Traviata

La Traviata (1949) was an opera production by The National Stage, based on the opera by Giuseppe Verdi (music) and Fancesco Maria Piave (libretto), after Alexandre Dumas the younger's play and novel Camille.

Randi Helseth and Svanhild Helland Hansen sang the role of Violetta.

Information

(Objekt ID 62752)
Object type Production
Premiere April 30, 1949
Produced by The National Stage
Based on La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi, Francesco Maria Piave; The Lady of the Camellias AKA Camille by Alexandre Dumas d. y.
Audience Adults
Language Norwegian
Expressions Opera
Running period April 30, 1949  
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SOURCES:

Maud Hurum, Maud Hurums operahistorie 1749-2000 (literally: Maud Hurum's opera history 1749-2000), Opera forlag 2008

The National Stage's repertoire database, donated by The National Stage, 24.06.2016

Contributors (11)
Name Role
Alexandre Dumas d. y. – Author
Francesco Maria Piave – Libretto
Solveig Engelsgaard – Direction
Giuseppe Verdi – Composer
Per Schwab – Stage design
Norma Balean – Singer (Flora Bervoix)
Svanhild Helland Hansen – Singer (Violetta Valéry)
Randi Helseth – Singer (Violetta Valéry)
Waldemar Johnsen – Singer (George Germont, Alfredos far)
Teddy Nordgreen – Singer (Baron Douphal)
Odd Schultz – Singer (Aldredo Germony)
Performance dates
April 30, 1949Store Scene, The National Stage – Opening night