Young audience

  • Date: 12 December, noon
    12 December, 6 p.m.
  • Duration: 60 min
  • Hall: Main Auditorium

Young artists reinvent Cinderella

Gallic ingenuity. Italian Bel canto. Plus the original touch and extravagance Pauline Viardot, composer, singer and daughter of tenor Manuel García, who was one of the acclaimed stars of his times. All this comes together for the famous story by Charles Perrault that has been adapted by changing some of the original roles for others which are a parody and most entertaining.

This is how this Cenicienta written by Pauline Viardot (1820-1910) has been described: as a light hearted and amusing chamber opera which rediscovers the magic we all have inside. The Teatro de la Maestranza, in collaboration with three other Spanish theatres, not only brings the music closer to the new generations. With Francisco Soriano as musical director and pianist, our brilliant artists renew La Cenicienta… or Cinderella in English.

  • Musical director and piano: Francisco Soriano
  • Stage director and light design: Guillermo Amaya
  • Set design: Pablo Menor Palomo
  • Costume design: Raquel Porter

Production of the Teatro de la Maestranza with Teatro Real (Madrid), Teatro Cervantes (Málaga) and the Foundation Opera (Oviedo).


Performances for schools: 10 and 14 December at 10 a.m. and 12 noon. Tickets for schools: 7€
Performances for families: 12 Decfember at 12 noon and 6 p.m.

As of age 10.

  • Cinderella: Juliane Stolzenbachn Ramos
  • Prince Charming: Francisco Gracia
  • Baron Pictordú: Ramiro Maturana
  • Count Barrigulo: Juan Ramos
  • Miguelona: Vanessa Cera
  • Armelinda: Paola Leguizamón
  • The fairy: Miriam Silva

The press says

Cenicienta, un acierto por donde se mire

Y otros de los atractivos es dar a conocer a las voces jóvenes que se irán abriendo paso en nuestro país...

Clásicos de hoy, música de siempre

El diseño teatral de Guillermo Amaya resulta muy eficaz y atractivo...

La Cenicienta de Viardot: Sorprendente revitalización de un clásico

Precedida de su estreno en el Teatro Real de Madrid, llega al Maestranza este portentoso trabajo de Soriano y Amaya, para disfrute de jóvenes y adultos