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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Bradford on Avon, United Kingdom

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Queen's dating dilemma: Handel's Partenope at Iford

Galina Averina (Partenope) © Mitzi de Margary Photography
Another masterful, sprightly and unstuffily fun production of Handel at Iford: Christopher Cowell's Partenope is erotically charged, well cast and comically compelling. 
****1
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Escape to the country: Bernstein's Candide at Iford

Candide © Mitzi de Margary Photography
Jeff Clarke's characteristically high-octane style seems made for the sarcastic, hyperactive existential madness that is Candide in this little gem of a production for Iford. 
****1
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A Fairy Queen at Iford

Lucy Page (Titania) © Iford Arts
An especially adapted version of Purcell's Fairy Queen, reworked by Timothy Nelson, inspires an exceptional reading from a talented young cast at Iford. 
****1
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Jungle drums beating true

© Rob Coles for Iford Arts
John Savournin takes Mozart's Magic Flute on an exotic adventure into the Peruvian rainforest: and retrieves more than a sprinkling of Inca gold. 
****1
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So foul and fair a day: Verdi's Macbeth at Iford

Christopher Turner (Macduff) and Eddie Wade (Macbeth) © Mitzi de Margary for Iford Arts Festival
Iford's stone cloister makes a suitably eerie setting for a fine traditional account of Verdi's Macbeth, notable for its powerful male leads, from Iford Festival Opera and the CHROMA Ensemble.
****1
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Agrippina: Power-dressed and power hungry

Andrew Slater (Claudio) and Alinka Kozári (Agrippina) © Rob Coles | Iford Arts
Bruno Ravella's version of Handel's Agrippina moves the action from Classical Rome to the avaricious Eighties in a sharp, amusing night at Iford.  
***11
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