David Alagna

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David Alagna (Paris, 1975) is a French stage director and composer.

As a composer he is best known for his opera Le Dernier jour d'un condamné based on the story by Victor Hugo, to a libretto by his brother Frédérico Alagna, himself, and by his older brother Roberto Alagna.[1] He is married to the soprano Natalie Manfrino.[2]

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  1. ^ Toilers of the Sea Victor Hugo - 2008 "For example, Hugo's novel against capital punishment, The Last Day of a Condemned Man, has recently been adapted into an opera by David Alagna (libretto by Frédérico Alagna). Their brother, tenor Roberto Alagna, performed in the "
  2. ^ Le Figaro interview with Natalie Manfrino April 2010