Giuseppe Sarti: Fra i due litiganti il terzo gode


The most famous opera buffa by Giuseppe Sarti and one the most succesfull works in this genre in the late 18th century will be performed in Berlin between 2nd and 5th of July, 7:30 p.m. at the UNI.T (Theater der Universität der Künste Berlin).
On 4th and 5th of July the performance can be followed via livestream (link see below).
Directed by Errico Fresis and Frank Hilbrich the music is provided by the Sarti Project.


Sarti Project
Link livestream
Libretto (ital./dt.)


Cite this blog post
Martin Albrecht-Hohmaier (2015, June 10). Giuseppe Sarti: Fra i due litiganti il terzo gode. Music migrations. Retrieved June 20, 2024, from

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4 Responses

  1. Torsten Roeder says:

    Yesterday I had the luck to join the dernière of Giuseppe Sarti’s “I due litiganti” at the UdK Berlin. I did not expect too much of an opera buffa which had not been played for more than 200 years. But honestly, this evening, I was truly delighted by the power of Sartis music, which banned me on my seat for more than three hours. An engaged équipe of students of the Universität der Künste revived Sartis once famous work with much enthusiasm and respectable quality. I do not want to miss this experience, and I hope that I did not share it only with the numerous audience, but also with many spectators on the live stream. It should be pointed out that this event would not have been possible without the work of the Sarti project, who set the score and parts for the musicians and restored not only the notes, but also gave the chance to create a unique Berlin 2015 version out of more than 20 historical ones. Thank you, and thanks to all participants who brought the “litiganti” back on stage!

  2. Torsten Roeder says:

    Please also note Udo Badelt’s short review in the Tagesspiegel (July 4). Congratulations!

  3. Torsten Roeder says:

    Fantastic! 😀

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