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05 Dec 2008

La Scala in jeans applaude il «Don Carlo»

[Corriere della Sera, 5 December 2008]

MILANO — Don Carlo aveva 23 anni quando morì nel 1568. Erano i tempi del regno su cui «non tramontava mai il sole» quelli, e lui era giusto un maldestro coetaneo — forse persino più giovane — degli under 26 della Facebook generation che ieri hanno assisto al Don Carlo alla Scala, giusto con tre giorni d’anticipo rispetto alla magniloquente — e perennemente sotto scacco sindacale — inaugurazione del 7 dicembre.

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