As with all Baroque opera seria, Lotario went unperformed for many years, but with the revival of interest in Baroque music and historically informed musical performance since the 1960s,Lotario, like all Handel operas, receives performances at festivals and opera houses today. Among other performances, Lotario was staged at the London Handel Festival in 1999 and by the Handel Festival, Halle in 2004.

Librettist Giacomo Rossi, after "Adelaide" by Antonio Salvi
Date of composition 1729
Premiered 1729, December 2nd (King's Theatre in the Haymarket) in London, UK
Type Opera Seria
Catalogue HWV 26
Spoken language Italian
Instruments Voice (Soprano) - Adelaide
Voice (Castrato) - Lotario
Voice (Contralto) - Matilde, Berengario's wife
Voice (Contralto) - Idelberto, Berengario's son
Voice (Bass) - Clodomiro, Berengario's general
Voice (Tenor) - Berengario, Duke of Spoleto
Autotranslations beta Georg Friedrich Haendel: Lotario, HWV 26
Georg Friedrich Händel: Lotario, HWV 26
Georg Friedrich Händel: Lotario, HWV 26