L'elisir d'amore

Past productions

Archive photography from our past productions of Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore.

Festival 1961

Producer: Franco Zeffirelli
Conductor: Carlo Felice Cillario

Dulcamara (Carlo Badioli) and Nemorino (Luigi Alva)

Photo: Guy Gravett

Festival 1962

Producer: Franco Zeffirelli
Conductor: Carlo Felice Cillario

Adina (Mirelli Freni), Nemorino (Luigi Alva) and Belcore (Enzo Sordello)

Photo: Guy Gravett

Festival 1967

Original producer: Franco Zeffirelli
Revival Producer: Dennis Maunder
Conductor: Carlo Felice Cillario

Dr Dulcamara (Carlo Badioli) and Members of the Chorus

Photo: Guy Gravett

Festival 2009

Director: Annabel Arden
Conductor: Maurizio Benini

Belcore (Alfredo Daza) and Adina (Ekaterina Siurina)

Dulcamara’s assistant (James Bellorini), Dr Dulcamara (Luciano di Pasquale) and Nemorino (Peter Auty)

Photos: Simon Annand

Festival 2011

Director: Annabel Arden
Conductor: Enrique Mazzola

Dulcamara (Paolo Gavanelli), Adina (Danielle de Niese) and Dulcamara’s assistant (James Bellorini)

Dulcamara (Paolo Gavanelli) and Nemorino (Stephen Costello)

Photos: Bill Cooper

Tour 2019

Director: Annabel Arden
Conductor: Ben Glassberg

Nemorino (Sehoon Moon) and Dr Dulcamara’s Assistant (Maxime Nourissat)

Belcore (Matthew Durkan) and Adina (Benedetta Torre)

Photos: Donald Cooper

Some of our archive and contemporary photography can be viewed on ArenaPAL, where image rights can be licensed for reproduction. ArenaPAL is the UK’s largest specialist image library for the performing arts.

See the full cast and creative teams for L’elisir d’amore in our archive database.

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