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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Moreton-in-Marsh, United Kingdom

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Longborough's new Vixen a cunning, charming success

Janáček's woodland fairy tale proved a superb ensemble choice for the festival's Emerging Artists program.
****1
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A semi-successful semi-staging of Die Walküre at Longborough

Three performances in five days take their toll in a tight schedule of this concert production run in the Cotswolds. 
**111
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“The Predator Punish'd”: Longborough's new Don Giovanni

Paula Sides as Donna Anna has an appealing sound throughout her range, a hint of spinto power, and gave the vocal performance of the night.
***11
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Masks and marriages: Anna Bolena at Longborough Opera Festival

Any occasion to see Donizetti's first big success is to be welcomed. The Longborough Festival's new production of Anna Bolena gives us a Tudor court in terror of a brutish, Henry VIII as he seeks to supplant Anne Boleyn with Jane Seymour.
***11
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A game of two halves: Ariadne auf Naxos at Longborough

Ariadne auf Naxos shines in an ultra-contemporary world of high net worth tantrums at Longborough Festival Opera, complete with glam rock fairies, giant string, and glorious music. 
****1
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Shame, camera, action: Verdi's La traviata at Longborough

Daisy Evans' take on Verdi's iconic tale of love stymied by the cruelty of others is characteristically innovative and insightful, while also blessed with a remarkable central performance from Anna Patalong. 
****1
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