On June 7th, 8th and 9th, the Zaragoza Auditorium hosted Madame Butterfly, Puccini’s operatic classic. It is one of the most glamorous operas in musical history that tells a tragic tale of love between a Japanese geisha and a US official. For its execution, which included the Reino de Aragón Orquesta and the Amici Musicae Choir with more than 120 artists, a novel staging was carried out focused on the use of audiovisual technology.
Note that the visual commitment of this version placed the orchestra in the center, something unusual, and deployed a catwalk around it where the singers passed. It was all supported with several led screens, one front and four sides, which set the different acts of the play and made this event a striking visual as well as musical experience, under the video management of Aitor Pérez.
Fluge Zaragoza provided the video equipment by entrustment of Zaragoza Cultural, producer of the opera. Specifically, a LED screen of 7.04X5.12 meters and 6mm pitch was supplied with four other LED screens of 1.92X3.84 meters and 8mm pitch.