Pablo Sorazábal, one of the most renowned zarzuela composers in the 20th century, achieved one of his greatest successes with this ‘sailor romance’ on an original text by Federico Romero and Guillermo Fernández Shaw. It was premiered in 1936 at Teatro Tívoli in Barcelona.
The piece, which takes place in a very poor fishing village ruled by drug trafficking, has a colourful score that brings together impressionist touches and popular style, including the most famous romanza in the repertoire, ‘No puede ser’.
Musical Director: Rubén Sánchez-Vieco
Stage Manager and Designer: Mario Pontiggia
Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife
Coro de Ópera de Tenerife
Marola, the barmaid: Laura del Río
Juan de Eguía, Marola’s father: Pablo Gálvez
Leandro, Marola’s suitor: David Astorga
Simpson, former sailor: Francisco Crespo
Only for children over five years