Dopo il successo di Musei Vaticani 3D e di Firenze e gli Uffizi 3D, arriva al cinema San Pietro e le Basiliche Papali di Roma 3D, la nuova produzione cinematografica firmata Sky 3D che, assieme al Centro Televisivo Vaticano e in collaborazione con Nexo Digital, Magnitudo Film e Sky Arte HD, propone un viaggio attraverso le quattro Basiliche Papali di Roma e i loro tesori - After the success of the Vatican Museums 3D and Florence and the Uffizi 3D, coming to cinemas St Peter’s and the Papal Basilicas of Rome 3D, a new film production by Sky 3D and the Vatican Television Centre (CTV) in collaboration with Nexo Digital, Magnitudo Film and Sky Arte HD, taking you on a journey through the four Papal Basilicas in Rome and their treasures.
During the years from 1815 to 1822 when his career centered on Naples, Rossini composed a sequence of works for the Teatro San Carlo, which at that time boasted an outstanding orchestra and a company of resident singers that was the leading ensemble available anywhere. A string of masterpieces resulted, including Ermione - which is without doubt one of the composer's greatest operas, despite it being perhaps the least immediately successful. Ermione was received with incomprehension at its sole performance in 1819 and was never revived in Rossini's lifetime. Since its first stage revival in Pesaro in 1987, Ermione has been recognized as a lost masterpiece. Set in the aftermath of the Trojan War, the opera's novelties begin with an overture interrupted by a choral lament of Trojan prisoners. Tension and staggering originality are maintained right to the very end.