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Madama Butterfly from WNO

Madama Butterfly from WNO A bold new Madama Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini, from WNO in Cardiff, at Wales Millennium Centre, Saturday 2nd October 2021, reviewed by David Truslove Welsh National Opera’s return to live performance ushers in Lindy Hume’s strikingly … Continue reading

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Verdi’s Luisa Miller

Verdi’s Luisa Miller Glyndebourne, Saturday 7th August 2021, reviewed by David Truslove Glyndebourne is in full swing this summer after reopening its doors in May with Káťa Kabanová. Since then, there’s been Il turca in Italia and Così fan tutte. … Continue reading

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L’heure espagnole

L’heure espagnole Reviewed by David Truslove ‘My only mistress is music’, Maurice Ravel once remarked. Considering he was a private, even secretive composer who avoided relationships, his comic opera L’heure espagnole, with its central good-time girl, offers a rare glimpse … Continue reading

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