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Ultimately, this “Carmen” was enjoyable in many instances, especially from the musical perspective and if anything, it’s a different experience that could be useful on occasion to have us muse o
In the first of two casts, conducted by Julia Jones, the French mezzo-soprano Anaïk Morel is sultry and haughty in the title role, with Bryan Hymel her stolid but vocally heroic (after a faulty start
We are left with this Carmen’s duality as being both hyperactive, yet frequently, quite static. The deeply impressive chorus and six extremely talented principal dancers hardly stop moving for the f
Anaïk Morel gives us a heroine of two halves. Sexy and sassy in Acts One and Two, her impatience with her lover, Don José, flares almost instantly after the interval, making her appear capricious an
However, Kosky’s production stands or falls by having singers who completely buy into his concept. And in this revival, directed by Julia Burbach, it fell flat on its backside.
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