An Operatic Resurrection with Maria Callas

Through the 20th century, Cherubini's Medea was largely forgotten. Then, in the 1950s legendary soprano Maria Callas joined forces with the Teatro alla Scala for a massive revival of the work – and it's this week's highlight on Voices, Sunday at 9:30pm.

Medea: Maria Callas
Clauce: Renata Scotto
Neris: Miriam Priazzini
Giasone: Mirto Picchi
Creonte: Giuseppe Modesti
Prima Ancella: Lidia Marimpietri
Seconda Ancella: Elvira Galassi
Capo delle Guardie: Alfredo Giacomotti

Orchestra and Chorus of La Scala, Milan
Tullio Serafin, conductor

Read the synopsis.

See the libretto.

Learn more about Medea via NPR.

Voices begins at 9:30pm, following WCRB In Concert.