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Conductor :Gjurgjica Dashikj
Director: Ursula Horner (Austria)
Ass. Director: Ljupka Jakimovska
Set designer: Marija Veteroska
Costume designer: Marija Pupuchevska
Concert master: Verica Lambevska
Ass. Chorus Master :Gjurgjica Dashikj, Jasmina Gjorgjeska
Piano Accompanists :Elena Siljanoska, Janinka Nevcheva , Andreja Naunov
Figaro: Marjan Jovanoski
Rosina: Jelena Konchar (Serbia)
Count Almaviva : Christian Coolia
Basilio : Delyan Slavov (Bulgaria)
Bartolo : Neven Siljanovski
Berta : Zlata Toshevska
Fiorello : Kristijan Antovski
Ambrogio: Sasa Smilevski
Street in Seville. Count Almaviva sings а serenade to Rosina, the protégé of doctor Bartolo. Along comes Figaro, a happy and confident young man. For a certain amount of money and praise he agrees to help the Count win the love of his beloved Rosina. Bartolo guards Rosina strictly and jealously, as he himself wants to marry her. Rosina, on the other hand is in love with Lindoro, who is actually the Count Almaviva. Bartolo and Basilio decide to blame the Count in front of Rosina. Figaro tries to win Rosina for Count Almaviva and happily notices that this requires no effort as Rosina already loves the Count personified by Lindoro. Rosina gives a note for the Count to Figaro and the barber cheerfully leaves. Suddenly, a seemingly drunk soldier bursts into the house. This is the Count who reveals himself before Rosina. Having caused a disturbance in the house, Almaviva must be arrested. Instead, he whispers something to the detention officer and quickly everything goes quite. Bartolo is amazed.
Almaviva, disguised as a music teacher gives Rosina a singing lesson. Figaro shaves Bartolo while Almaviva and Rosina are secretely plotting an escape plan. Figaro’s appearance and curiosity sparks doubt in Bartolo. Along comes Basilio who invites the notary. The Count bribes the notary and eventually all ends with the marriage of the Count and Rosina, who receive a blessing from Bartolo as well.