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La direzione di John Eliot Gardiner, alla testa di un’Orchestra particolarmente ispirata, è apollinea nei colori e nelle dinamiche, cesellata fin nella più infinitesima minuzia, giudiziosamente ca
Why feature the lighting? Because it was one of the few truly memorable aspects of this otherwise very ordinary production which had little or nothing to say beyond some rather tired clichés.
DAVID McVicar's sumptuous production of Mozart's Marriage of Figaro for the Royal Opera was first seen in 2006 but still seems as fresh as ever, with the current production having a surprising feature t
So does it live up to its promise? Yes and no, and neither in quite the ways you’d expect. Kim is the quietest, most unobtrusive of revelations.
Making her Royal Opera debut, it was Julia Kleiter who touched the heart with her Countess. John Eliot Gardiner’s slimline, historically aware conducting whisked this well-rehearsed revival of McVic
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