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Performer: Orla Boylan

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DublinAt a Loss

Irish National Opera
Gallen: At a Loss
Fergus Sheil; Michael Gallen; Irish National Opera; Katie Davenport; Paul Keogan; Orla Boylan; RTÉ Concert Orchestra
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Amazing Breaking the Waves: Scottish Opera at the Adelaide Festival

Sydney Mancasola (Bess) © Andrew Beveridge

Breaking the Waves is a remarkable opera. Scottish Opera has brought a thrilling cast, orchestra and team to Adelaide, and its audiences are all the richer for it.

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An Aida that strips away the Egyptian iconography

Imelda Drumm (Amneris), Manfred Hemm (Ramfis), Graeme Danby (King) and Gwyn Hughes Jones (Radamès) © Pat Redmond
Michael Barker-Caven sets Aida in a 21st-century war zone in the Middle-East, allowing the audience to focus on the human drama.
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Trevino leads powerful Mahler Second in Dublin

Robert Trevino © Lisa Hancock
If there's any way to characterise Trevino's approach to Mahler, it is that he is neither bashful nor shy. 
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The Big Bang: a starry launch for Irish National Opera

Orla Boylan, Fergus Sheil, Anna Devin and the RTE National Symphony Orchestra © Ste Murray
The biggest stigma associated with opera in Ireland is not that it is an elitist art form, but that it is not “Irish”, and that it doesn’t belong to Irish culture, more of a recent import, like pasta, or avocado.
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Eithne makes a Dublin comeback

Gavan Ring and Fergus Sheil © Ros Kavanagh
Based on Irish mythology, Opera Theatre Company deiver a compelling concert performance of an exceedingly rare Irish opera Eithne 
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A peach of an Albert Herring at Grange Festival

Adrian Thompson (Mr Upfold), Clarissa Meek (Florence Pike) and Orla Boylan (Lady Billows) © Robert Workman
With a combined age of 161 years, John Copley and Steuart Bedford certainly bring ample experience to Grange Festival's new production of Britten's Albert Herring
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